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Keeler Murray: Disrespectful to the belief that I’m not doing enough

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revelation item In the Cardinals quarterback Keeler MurrayHis new contract which requires him to spend at least four hours a week on “independent study” of “materials provided to him” by the team to prepare for his next match has garnered a lot of attention.

One of the most common reactions is that the Cardinals would not have required such a clause if they were confident that Murray was doing the work without a contractual requirement of it. Murray remained silent about the bustle until he called an impromptu press conference from the Cardinals’ training camp on Thursday.

Murray objected to the suggestion that he was not doing the necessary homework required of the NFL quarterback. He puts inIncomprehensibleThe amount of time he took to prepare for his job and joked that he was ‘honored’ by people who thought he could have gotten to this point without doing the work.

“I think I It can do everything In my career and not be a student in the game. . . It is disrespectful. “It’s almost a joke,” Murray said via Kevin Zimmerman of ArizonaSports.com.

Darren Urban of the team’s website added that Murray declined to answer a question about whether he was angry with the team for making this clause part of their contract offer.

Murray’s comments Thursday are a departure from what he said on the subject last year. Murray said thatNone of these men He would sit there and kill myself while watching the movies” while crediting his ‘cognitive skills’ for being able to make him successful in the field. That didn’t stop him from signing a contract including the clause, and his response is unlikely to stop some from believing the clause existed because the Cardinals were Convinced that he is not doing enough on his own.

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