Kyler Murray will need no-baseball clause in contract to be drafted by Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Republic
Kyler Murray will need no-baseball clause in contract to be drafted by Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray will need no-baseball clause in contract to be drafted by Arizona Cardinals

If Kyler Murray hasn't indicated he'd agree to have a clause in his contract that bars him from playing Major League Baseball, don't expect the Arizona Cardinals to select the former Oklahoma quarterback with the top overall pick on Thursday in the NFL draft. The Cardinals would be better off trading out of the No. 1 spot altogether if Murray and his agent have balked at such a request, said former longtime sports agent Joel Corry, who added the Cardinals would be committing “gross negligence” if they haven't already demanded a no-baseball clause should they have it in mind to draft the Heisman Trophy winner. “Specifically with him, I'd want that in there because he's already changed his mind

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