The Cardinals on Thursday announced they have signed their rookie draftees, including former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray. Multiple news outlets reported that the contract included a $23.6 million signing bonus. The Cardinals will also have a fifth-year option for the quarterback. His rookie contract figures were locked in by the collective bargaining agreement, which was signed in 2011.
"Everything I dreamed of", Murray said.
It was just a few months ago that Kyler Murray shunned Major League Baseball to take his talents to the National Football League. "I plan to work as hard as I can, lead this team to a lot of wins and, hopefully, a lot of rings". "For me, being in Arizona and being a Cardinal, I can honestly say there is no place I'd rather be".
Something tells me Murray is going to be just fine in the National Football League, and his critics won't have much to complain about once he starts slicing and dicing all over the place. He was considered one of the top players in the country in 2018-19, winning the Heisman Trophy and leading OU to the College Football Playoff.
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Murray, who won the Heisman Trophy last season, will take part in the Cardinals' rookie minicamp Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Cardinals also signed five other draft picks tor four-year contracts: cornerback Byron Murphy, defensive lineman Zach Allen, receiver KeeSean Johnson, offensive lineman Josh Miles and tighter end Caleb Wilson.
Murray accounted for more than 5,300 yards and 53 touchdowns for Oklahoma this past season.