It looks like the Arizona Cardinals are going to get an up-close look at a prospect who plays in their own backyard.
Taylor Kelly is visiting the #Cardinals on Monday.
— Adam Stites (@AdamStitesASU) March 6, 2015
Kelly was a three-year starter at Arizona State, where he threw for 8,819 yards and 79 touchdowns. A dual-threat who can also make plays on the run, he also rushed for 13 scores.
How Kelly would fit with the Cardinals is unclear, as they appear to be set with a quarterback room that includes starter Carson Palmer, backup Drew Stanton and project Logan Thomas.
But if nothing else, it never hurts to get a better look at a player, and there’s no reason not to see what Kelly has to offer.