Aaron Murray is piling up the frequent flyer miles.
A day after being cut from the Arizona Cardinals practice squad, Murray signed on to join the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad roster, the team announced on Tuesday.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 13, 2016
The former University of Georgia quarterback was waived by the Chiefs two weeks ago. His fate was doomed in Kansas City after the Chiefs signed QB Nick Foles during the offseason.
Arizona signed Murray to its practice squad on Sept. 4 but released him eight days later. Murray’s arrival in Philadelphia might complete his tour around the United States — for now.
The Chiefs drafted Murray in the fifth round (No. 163) in the 2014 NFL Draft. He was a four-year starter at Georgia.