Kyle Murphy is a versatile offensive line prospect. Murphy, a team captain at Rhode Island, was named second-team Associated Press All-American and received first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors after starting 12 games at left tackle as a senior. The 6-3, 316-pound Murphy anchored an offensive line that allowed just 2.17 sacks per game despite his team averaging a league-high 42 pass attempts per game.
Murphy’s performance at the NFL Combine likely intrigued teams looking at adding quality depth to their roster. He checked the box at every combine drill and dominated his positional work displaying a huge upside to all 32 teams, especially coming from the FCS conference. Murphy was projected to be a Day 3 5-7 round selection at the 2020 NFL Draft.
Murphy was signed by the New York Giants in 2020 as an undrafted rookie free agent. He began that season on the practice squad and was eventually signed to the active roster to finish the season, but inactive for these final games. For the 2022 season, the Giants are not tendering Murphy who missed much of the 2021 season due to an ankle injury suffered in a preseason game.
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