SJ - February 25, 2022
The drama in Arizona seems to have come to an end, for now anyway. Following Kyler Murray's social media removal of all things Cardinals, the team and their quarterback are reportedly on the same page.
According to NFL Network's Jane Slater, "everything is copacetic" between the team and Murray. They're working on exercising his fifth-year option or a long-term deal.
Following Instagram cleanses and reports of immaturity, quarterback Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals are on the same page and the goal in Glendale is moving forward, NFL Network's Jane Slater reported Thursday.
Slater, who reported "everything is copacetic" between the club and its franchise QB, added her understanding is the parties are now working to exercise the former No. 1 overall pick's fifth-year option or agree to terms on a long-term deal. Murray has one season remaining on his rookie contract.
That all seems to check out after a radio interview Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill did on Friday morning. He said this of the franchise quarterback, "Put me in the corner of 'I love him' and I know he's going to get better."
Things might be good for now. Let a couple of things not go his way again and then we'll talk.
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