According to ESPN, Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is attending team OTAs amid his ongoing contract dispute with the team.
Also noted, this is the first time Murray has joined his team during their offseason program following a lobbying run of attempting to get a long-term contract extension.
Murray made a request for a new contract shortly after the season ended, and there has reportedly been no movement for a new deal since.
Although it looks like the 24-year-old will play under his current contract for the 2022 season, where he’ll earn $11,386,841, a long-term deal seems likely for the quarterback.
Murray posted a 9-5 QB record in 2021, throwing for 3,787 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.
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