It looks like things will eventually come to an end between the Cardinals and Keeler Murray.
After two weeks of public discontent, NFL Network’s Gene Slater reported Thursday that Murray and the Cardinals are either trying to agree to a long-term deal or exercise the fifth-year quarterback option. Both sides are said to be on the same page and want to move on after the turmoil of the first few weeks of the season.
“I’ve been back with the Cardinals and this thing has refined itself,” Slater said. “In other words, everyone is on the same page and the goal here is to move forward.”
was Murray I scrubbed the team From his Instagram after the Pro Bowl. Soon a report appeared Doubting his leadership abilitiess and maturity, referring to the 24-year-old tp as “self-centered” and claiming he felt like a scapegoat for defeating the Cardinal in the playoff. Murray released a statement on social media Deny the reportwhich he criticized for not ending the Cardinals’ exorbitant card loss to the Rams on the field.
“I play this game for the love of her, my teammates, and everyone who helped me get to that position who believed in me. [and] To win trophies.” “All this bullshit is not what I am up to, has never happened, and never will be. Anyone who has ever straddled these lines with me knows how difficult it can be.
“Love me or hate me but I will continue to grow and improve.”
Complete the cardinals Purge their social media After Murray, pour oil on the fire. The team released a statement to Ian Rapoport at the Super Bowl on Sunday claiming to be committed to Murray.
“Nothing has changed regarding our opinion and our great respect for Keeler Murray,” the statement read. “We as a team and Keeler individually have improved every year that has been in the league. We are excited to continue that improvement in 2022 and we are excited that Keeler Murray is the midfielder that leads us.”
Murray is entering the final year of his junior contract, but with the option of a fifth year available, an extension isn’t necessarily an urgent matter. Despite this, it would immediately put an end to speculation about the future of the young midfielder.
He was selected to the second consecutive Pro Bowl of the season after throwing 3,787 yards and 24 touchdowns. Murray led the Cardinals to the playoffs for the first time, losing in the first round to the Rams.
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