“Kyler Murray’s not gonna sit around and wait,” Patrick Peterson and Chase Edmonds reveal update on QB’s future at the Arizona Cardinals
For the Arizona Cardinals, most of the talk has surrounded their franchise quarterback, Kyler Murray ahead of the new NFL season. The 24-year old is desperate to grab a new contract at the franchise, before kicking a ball for them in 2022.
Murray and the Cardinals appeared to have reached an impasse a few days ago when the player stripped his social media account of all pictures and stuff related to the Cardinals. However, things got better but Kyler Murray has still not received a contract offer from his franchise.
Kyler Murray is looking for a new contract at the Arizona Cardinals
On this issue, a couple of former Arizona Cardinals players in Chase Edmonds and Patrick Peterson gave their thoughts on Kyler Murray’s future at the franchise. Edmonds, who is currently with the Miami Dolphins backed up Minnesota Vikings man, Peterson who opined that Murray will soon leave the franchise.
Patrick Peterson felt that the Arizona Cardinals were a bit too laid back in their approach toward excellence every season, and it isn’t good enough for Kyler Murray whos only getting started in his NFL career.
“No. I’ve been around K1. He’s a competitor,” Peterson said, via USA Today. “And I feel like, no disrespect to the Arizona Cardinals, I feel like they don’t put the team in a position to be successful year after year after year. They want to sit and wait on draft picks instead of being aggressive in free agency and going and getting guys that can help you get better right now versus waiting on the future. And Kyler Murray’s not gonna sit around and wait for that.”
“Man, the way things are, and how people just move and get traded, I don’t think so,” Edmonds answered when asked if Murray would remain with the franchise throughout his career. “It’s a new way, bro. It’s a new era in the NFL.
“He wants to win. People are gonna say a lot of things about K1, but he wants to win more than anything, I promise you that. And so, if the winning ain’t happening, I don’t know.”