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Well, Murray had his Pro Day on Wednesday, and guess what? He didn’t measure for his height. He also didn’t run a 40-yard dash at his pro day or the Combine.SN’s MOCK DRAFT 3.0:Kyler Murray-to-Cardinals shuffles Round 1; 49ers, Jets benefitKyler Murray only weighs in at his pro day. No height measurement. Weighs in at 205.— Andrew Groover (@APGroover) March 13, 2019For context, Murray’s height was 5-10 1/8 at the Combine and he weighed in at 207 pounds.On one hand: Murray already had his measurements taken, so what does he gain by having them be taken again? On the other hand, though, it a little weird for him to not just get his height measured a second time. It’s not like he has to have blood drawn. It’s a simple procedure. Why not just shut people up and have them take your measurement?Maybe Murray feels like his Combine measurements were such a big win that he didn’t want to risk a lower measurement. Your height does fluctuate throughout the day, and it’s at its best early in the morning.“The discs in your spine get compressed from being upright all day,” New York chiropractor Todd Sinett told Everyday Health. “As you sleep, your spine decompresses, and you regain the lost length.” There was a lot of talk about Kyler Murray’s height and weight leading in to the NFL Combine, but even after his official measurements were taken, there were some doubters out there.The most notable case was from an anonymous scout who told Dan Patrick, “I think that his height was inflated. Maybe it’s the tinfoil hat theory. I just don’t see it. If he refuses to measure at the pro day, that will be telling.” The Combine measurements are taken earlier in the day, and his pro day measurements were mid-afternoon. We’re not talking about a major difference in height, but Murray’s height has been so scrutinized that he may not want to deal with the headache of the press if the number comes in shorter than what he measured at his Combine.But at the same time, he’s opening himself up to stories like this that talk about why he’s not getting measured. It’s really a lose-lose situation. And at the end of the day, it doesn’t (or at least, it shouldn’t) matter if he’s 5-9 or 5-10. His play on the field should be what matters.This issue really won’t matter if he goes first overall to the Cardinals, like he’s projected, because all he has to do is impress Arizona enough to draft him. If another team has an issue with his height, who cares? He just needs one team to not worry about whether he’s tall enough to play quarterback.