QB Max Hall Working on Getting Bigger This Offseason

One guy that has been working on getting bigger this offseason is QB Max Hall, who could be in the mix to be the teams starting QB once the 2011 season kicks off.

As the rumors about the Arizona Cardinals trading for the Philadelphia Eagles’ Kevin Kolb get stronger, one of their incumbent young quarterbacks is trying to get bigger. Undrafted second-year player Max Hall is trying his best to be more like Max Baer so he can better roll with the punches he might continue take in the pocket. Kent Somers reports for the Arizona Republic that Hall is attempting to become more of a heavyweight himself by adding 10 pounds. One of the reasons no team selected Hall in 2010 were concerns that he was undersized, despite his accomplished career at BYU that included a victory over ’10 first overall pick Sam Bradford and Oklahoma in the ’09 college season opener. If the Cardinals were planning to give one of their current QBs a shot to be a No. 1 again in ’11, Hall has the most upside over both John Skelton and Derek Anderson.


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2 Responses to “QB Max Hall Working on Getting Bigger This Offseason”

  1. Tony says:

    Hall has the most upside over both John Skelton and Derek Anderson????
    If that is true we are in serous trouble

  2. C Patterson says:

    I agree.

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