Sources — The relationship between QB Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals in an odd place amid frustrations on both sides

The Arizona CardinalsFranchise quarterback Kyler MurrayAfter a promising season ended in disappointment, they are now at odds.

Murray, who removed any reference to the Cardinals on his Instagram account recently, was upset with the franchise. Los Angeles RamsAccording to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, sources said that he thinks he was made the scapegoat.

Murray is a concern to the Cardinals, according to sources. 1, overall pick, as immature, self-centered and someone who points fingers.

Sources say that Kliff Kingbury, Arizona head coach, is self-scouting for better alternatives to Murray. Sources say that Murray is being contacted by a few veterans who want to help him deal with adversity.

Former wide receiver for the Cardinals Larry FitzgeraldMurray was a two-year player with Corey. Despite not being able to take the social media move of the quarterback, Corey said Tuesday that he hopes both sides get what they want.

Fitzgerald said Tuesday, “I haven’t talked to Kyler since a while but looked good at the Pro Bowl. Looked like he had a great time throwing touchdowns out there. “I hope it all works out as both sides desire. This is what it really boils down to for me. I love Kyler and the Cardinals, and I wish the best for everyone.”

The Cardinals are hopeful that things will settle down despite the bitterness and that Murray will be their quarterback for the future and the present.

Murray enters the final year on his rookie contract. Arizona has until May 2nd to purchase his fifth-year option. Murray can still negotiate his contract now that he is done with his third season.

Murray will earn about $5.4million in salary, with a $4.5m roster bonus.

Murray will have a precedent to reference if he wants to sign a new contract before the fourth NFL season. Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh AllenIn August, he was awarded a 6-year contract worth $258 Million. This was before he began his fourth season.

Murray has been named Rookie-of-the-Year twice in his three seasons as the top pick of the 2019 draft.

This report used information from ESPN's Josh Weinfuss.

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