Quarterback Kyler Murray will make his 2023 season launching for the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at home versus the Atlanta Falcons, head coach Jonathan Gannon informed pressreporters Monday.
Murray is almost 11 months eliminated from tearing his ACL in a videogame versus the Patriots last December. He missedouton the last 3 weeks of the 2022 season. The Cardinals traded for Josh Dobbs simply inthepast the start of the 2023 routine season, and Dobbs began all 8 of the Cardinals’ videogames at quarterback before being traded to the Vikings last week.
Murray, the No. 1 general choice in the 2019 NFL Draft, won Offensive Rookie of the Year that season and led the Cardinals to a playoff berth in2021 But he hadahardtime in 2022 in the veryfirst season of a five-year, $230.5 million agreement extension ruined by a strange standoff inbetween Murray and the group over a necessary weekly movie researchstudy requirement that was atfirst consistedof in his agreement however was lateron eliminated.
It stays to be seen what Murray’s future is in Arizona. The head coach and basic supervisor who prepared him, Kliff Kingsbury and Steve Keim, are gone. The Cardinals presently hold the NFL’s worst record at 1-8 and figure to “contend” for the No. 1 general choice in a draft anticipated to have an very talented quarterback class led by USC star and safeguarding Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams.
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