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Another Former Star College Football QB Has Joined The AAF

A general view of Sanford stadium during a Georgia Bulldogs game.

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 19: A general view of Sanford Stadium during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Kentucky Wildcats on November 19, 2011 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The Alliance of American Football just gained another former college football star. Longtime Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is reportedly headed to the AAF. He's the latest former star quarterback to join the new league.

Murray joins former Penn State star Christian Hackenberg and Wisconsin standout Scott Tolzien. The former Georgia star spent four years in the NFL with various teams - most recently with the Los Angeles Rams in 2017.

Murray, 28, is currently the SEC career touchdown leader after he passed the Manning brothers and former Bulldogs star Matt Stafford.

Now, he joins the Alliance of American Football.

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted Murray out of Georgia in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL draft. He played for the Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, and Rams before leaving the NFL to pursue a career in broadcasting.

After spending time with CBS Sports, Murray is leaving the booth for the field yet again.

He'll play for the Atlanta Legends. The AAF season kicks off on February after the Super Bowl.