Rookie signal-caller Logan Thomas of the Arizona Cardinals is currently third on their depth chart behind Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton. That makes sense – as a rookie he needs to learn the ropes in the NFL.
The Virginia Tech product has completed just one pass in his NFL career, just one, but it was a thing of beauty – an 81-yard scoring strike to halfback Andre Ellington against the Broncos.
The Red Birds love his potential and cannon for a right arm.
Let's take a look at his updated scouting profile via our friends at nfl.com:
Strengths Outstanding size, stature and strength — towers over the line, has natural throwing lanes from the pocket and is able to make plays in the grasp. Athletic — can climb the pocket, escape and run for the sticks. Load to bring down. Generates easy velocity with a quick, compact release and can make all the throws. Is very competitive and will sell out to make a play. Has upside. Tough and durable — started 40 consecutive games. Vocal leader. Was the only quarterback to crack a ball speed of 60 mph on the radar gun at the combine and can flat-out rip it.Read more... Join the Conversation...