Kyler Murray will skip the Arizona Cardinals’ OTAs This Week

Quarterback Kyler Murray It will not be at Arizona CardinalsSources said that there were organized activities in this week's events, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The sources claimed that all remains quiet on the matter of his contract.

Participation in organized team activities is voluntary. The Cardinals will hold a minicamp from June 14-16.

Murray was guaranteed a salary of approximately $29 million by the Cardinals when they exercised his fifth-year option. Murray is seeking a long-term contract extension. Erik Burkhardt was Murray's agent in February. posted a letter on Twitter That explained how a detailed proposal for a contract was sent to team members.

Steve Keim, the general manager, stated that Murray was not likely to be traded and pointed out that Murray isn't the only third-year quarterback who has signed extensions. Patrick Mahomes And Josh AllenThey received their deals this summer.

Keim stated that “Nothing has changed” in regards to Keim being our quarterback long-term or short-term.

Murray, himself, tweeted in AprilIn response to former Cardinals' comments, I replied, “I want to win Super Bowls With the Cardinals, AZ IS HOME.” Patrick Peterson And Chase Edmonds On the podcast, they stated that Murray would want to leave the franchise because of its culture.

Murray, 24, was named Offensive Roster of the Year in 2019. He is also a two time Pro Bowler. He helped Arizona reach the playoffs for the first-time since 2015, as he led the Cardinals to better win totals in each of their three seasons.

This report was co-authored by Josh Weinfuss from ESPN.

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