For those who still question Kyler Murray's height, your conspiracy theories live on. After measuring 5-10 and 207 pounds at the NFL combine, the former Oklahoma quarterback will NOT be measuring his height once more at his pro day.

Murray's measurement in Indy was a huge win, when news broke that he measured over 5-10 and had 9 1/2 inch hands. Murray's size was a big question coming into the combine, with many doubting that he would measure over 5-9. Though Murray has bulked up to above 200 pounds, it remains to be seen whether that will be his playing weight by the time the season rolls around.

It's interesting that Murray wouldn't just measure again given the fact that nobody expects him to be any taller than he was at the combine, but this is likely much ado about nothing.

Murray's decision may be a red flag for talent evaluators (and tin-foil theorists) who still question his size and ability to transition to the pro level, but the 2018 Heisman winner should be fine, as long as the Cardinals still plan on taking him with the No. 1 overall pick.

According to reports, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury and GM Steve Keim don't even plan on watching Murray's pro day, which gives you an idea of where they stand.