TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona rookie quarterback Logan Thomas rejects the ''project'' label and says he's a lot closer to being ready to play in the NFL than people think.
Thomas, the Cardinals' fourth-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech, made the comments while meeting with reporters at Cardinals headquarters on Friday.
He says he's working on the causes of the passing inaccuracy issues that were the main reason he was still around when Arizona made its fourth-round pick.
Thomas has been working in the offseason with quarterbacks specialist George Whitfield. He says a big reason for his inaccuracy was his tendency to throw from his tip-toes rather than having his foot firmly planted on the ground.
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