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Kyler Murray is tired of the disrespect

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) watches his teammates practice during minicamp at the Cardinals Dignity Health Training Center in Tempe on June 13, 2023.

After signing a massive five-year, $230.5 million contract extension with the Cardinals last offseason, there were some lofty expectations for Kyler Murray as he headed into his fourth year with the team.

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However, despite these expectations, Murray and the Cardinals could never really get anything going, as the team fell into a 3-6 start before the injuries even started to kick in.

Murray would go on to play in just 11 games with Arizona due to a season-ending ACL tear. And, even while healthy, the Cardinals 2019 1st overall pick averaged a career low 215 yards per game and ended with a career-low 87.2 QBR.

Now, following a season of disaster, nine months of rehab, and a complete coaching restructure, Kyler Murray is back for revenge.

While talking about his rehab process, Murray told Cardinals’ insider Darren Urban: “Life doesn’t stop. The job doesn’t stop. And I’m not going to stop.”

The 2019 Rookie of the Year even commented on a CBS quarterback tier list where he was listed in the second lowest tier.

It is no question that the odds are not in the Cardinals favor. With less than one month until preseason starts, Arizona holds +1000 odds to win the NFC, which is dead last.

Not to mention, the Cardinals will likely not have Murray back until, at the very least, Week 5.

Do you think Kyler Murray could make a comeback and lead his team to a winning season?

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