Kyler Murray again reiterates desire to be with Cardinals

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The national and local narrative surrounding the Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray has been about his future with the team, as he wants a new contract. While the team has been clear with public comments about their commitment to him and his comments about not being worried about his future, that hasn’t stopped rumors and speculation about the potential of him being unhappy and wanting to be traded.

General manager Steve Keim said Thursday at his predraft press conference that there is a “zero chance” Murray will be traded.

Murray echoed that on social media and even responded to what a former teammate said.

With a simple 💯emoji, he confirms that the zero chance he will be traded is the 100% truth.

That wasn’t all he did on social media.

Former teammate Patrick Peterson said recently on his podcast that he thinks that if the Cardinals don’t do enough to put a competitive roster around Murray, he will ultimately leave.

Murray had something to say about that on Twitter.

He called Arizona “home.” He said he wants to win Super Bowls with the Cardinals.

Yes, he wants a new contract, but that doesn’t change his desire to be here.

Remember, nothing Murray has said or done reflects a desire to leave. He wants to make a legacy for the Cardinals.

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