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Aaron Murray to work on scrambling this offseason

Aaron Murray hopes to improve his speed in the offseason.

Scott Cunningham

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray hopes to improve his running ability this offseason, according to Seth Emerson of The Telegraph.

Murray told Emerson that his goal in the offseason is to work on his speed as he feels like he`s lost a step or two in his old age.

Murray did not specify whether offseason meant the NFL Draft combine or preparing for another season at Georgia.

After enrolling at Georgia as a potential dual-threat quarterback, Murray has exclusively become a pocket passer. Murray completed 65.4 percent of his 353 pass attempts this season for 3,466 yards and 31 touchdowns. Murray has eclipsed 3,000 yards passing in all three of his seasons at Georgia while throwing for more than 30 touchdowns in each of the last two seasons.

Murray`s longest rush of the season was for 18 yards against Florida Atlantic on Sept. 15. Murray also had three rushing touchdowns this season.

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