Arizona has confirmed Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas will be a quarterback in the pros, and HC Bruce Arians said his accuracy issues were "easily correctable."
ESPN's Bill Polian is amongst the leaders of the group that believe accuracy is not fixable. If it can be, though, Arians and assistant head coach Tom Moore are two teachers needy students would seek out. The Cardinals grabbed Thomas with the No. 120 pick, decent range to swing for the fences on otherworldly physical talent. "When you are convinced you have the franchise quarterback, you take him in the first round," GM Steve Keim said. "If you think a guy can be a franchise quarterback, you take a chance later in the draft." Thomas will be stashed as the No. 3 QB while Arians and Moore go to work on a 6-foot-6, 250-pounder that tested as the class' fastest, highest-leaping, longest-jumping and strongest-armed QB. Sun, May 11, 2014 05:37:00 PM