Two Arizona Cardinals players found themselves with personalized displays in the NFL Hall of Fame after setting new records last Sunday.
First, quarterback Kyler Murray became the first ever NFL player to score a running and passing touchdown along with a running and passing two-point conversion all in the same game.
Joining Murray was Byron Murphy Jr. who now has an NFL record for the longest overtime fumble return for a touchdown
Both Kyler Murray and Byron Murphy helped Arizona overcome a 20-0 halftime deficit and defeat the Raiders with a final score of 29-23 in week two.
The Cardinals posted to their Twitter page showing off the new displays in Canton Ohio.
Forever in history.
Now on display at the @ProFootballHOF are @byronmurphy's game-winning jersey and the @K1 record-breaking game ball. pic.twitter.com/kTnJcTfVBe
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 22, 2022
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