MOBILE, Ala.--Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is still rehabbing his torn ACL, but that did not stop him from attending the 2014 Senior Bowl.
The Bulldogs signal caller not only showed up to the Senior Bowl, but he took full advantage of the event, meeting with NFL teams, attending practice, and more this week. Murray caught up with Scout.com to talk about his health, his future and the Senior Bowl experience, in the interview below.
Senior Bowl: Aaron Murray
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