Kyler Murray To Declare For NFL Draft, Leanings Towards Football

Kyler Murray To Declare For NFL Draft, Leanings Towards Football

But a quote about Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray from newly hired Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury has been circulating.

The writer had some nasty tweets for Murray in response to the report about the quarterback likely declaring for the NFL Draft.

Earlier this week, it was reported Murray would have to pick between baseball and football because of the difficulties that come with learning and playing quarterback in the NFL. I've followed him since he was a sophomore in high school.

Even an optimistic and aggressive timeline for Murray reaching arbitration would put him at least a half-decade away from realizing his first significant post-draft payday in baseball, and it's far from a guarantee that he'd ever be the type of player to command significant arbitration salaries or a significant multi-year contract in free agency. Unless that was a smokescreen, there's no reason why they wouldn't continue to be interested in Rosen. I've never seen anyone better in high school and he's starting to show it now at the college level.

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"I don't have enough good things to say about him", Kingsbury said of the Oklahoma quarterback. He's phenomenal. I've never seen him have a bad outing, not one. "But he's done it". And that could mean Rosen's job is in danger. But with a new head coach in Kliff Kingsbury, who has spoken glowingly of Murray in the past, it's not completely impossible that he would make a push to hand-pick a quarterback to fit his offense.

Rosen was the 10th overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Rosen's rookie year didn't go well, as he ranked 32nd among qualifying starters with a 55.2 percent completion rate and last with 5.8 yards per attempt and a 26.6 QBR.

But about five minutes in, one question, in particular, stumped Murray. The Texas native batted.296 with 13 doubles, 10 home runs, a.954 OPS and 10 stolen bases for the Sooners baseball team, which led to him becoming a top-10 pick.