Steve Keim, general manager of the franchise, made it clear that speculations about a trade for the quarterback were not being entertained. It is all that.
Keim stated that there is no chance he would trade Murray, when questioned Thursday.
Since Erik Burkhardt, Murray's agent in Arizona, has been discussing Murray's future,That explained how a detailed proposal for a contract was sent to team members. Murray, the No. Murray, the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2019, is eligible for an extension.
Keim pointed out Thursday that third-year quarterbacks have also been extended, includingIn the summer,, were awarded their deals.
Keim stated that the way Keim approached it was to have free agency, draft and then take a deep breath, refocus and take a step back. That's why every third-year quarterback who has been extended has been either in the middle or the late summer. It's no different for us.
“Nothing has changed regarding him being our short-term and long-term quarterback.”
Murray himself stated Thursday that he sees Arizona as his future, in response to remarks made by former CardinalsThey stated on the All Things Covered podcast they believed Murray would leave the franchise for the team's culture.
“I want to win Super Bowls as a Cardinals fan, AZ is my home.” Murray tweetedIn response to your comments.
I want to win Super Bowls with Cardinals, AZ my home.
— Kyler Murray (@K1) April 21, 2022
Keim stated that he had been in touch with Murray about the draft plans for the team over the past week.
“Yeah. “He's fun because he's passionate about the game. That's why he's the type of guy you want on your team.” he stated.
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