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GM: Cardinals have yet to make a decision on the No

GM: Cardinals have yet to make a decision on the No

Cards general manager Steve Keim maintains the team has yet to make a decision on the pick, with Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, Ohio State pass rusher Nick Bosa, and Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams all in the conversation.

Many draft experts believe the Cardinals will select Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick in the draft, which will begin Thursday, April 25.

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As for incumbent starter Rosen, Kingsbury said Rosen already has a "good grasp" of the offense Kingsbury has installed over the week-plus that players have returned to meetings. It wasn't even two months ago that the Murray-to-Cardinals connection picked up steam at the combine after Keim, pressed on whether Rosen was Arizona's QB, qualified his answer by saying he is, "right now".

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"Ninety-six percent of kids who just signed a $4.6 million deal to play baseball wouldn't have been on no football field the following fall", says Murray's father Kevin told Klemko.

"When it comes to this press conference, you guys think this is misinformation", Keim said. They need an edge rusher more than an interior defender, so Kentucky's Josh Allen might get the nod in that situation. It could cost the Giants as little as pick No. 6 (1,600 points) and pick No. 37 (530 points) and a second-round pick in 2020.

"The fact that we don't know what we're doing but everyone else does, that's concerning", Keim said with a smile. "Once we finish with the 120 process, Kliff and I will sit down with (Cardinals president) Michael Bidwill and we'll discuss all of our options".