Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray had a pre-draft visit with the New York Giants on Thursday and will reportedly head to an NFC East rival next.
Multiple outlets reported the Giants visit, and Murray posted a photo on social media of the outside of the team's facility. The MMQB reported Murray also will visit the Washington Redskins next week.
By most accounts, Murray remains the favorite to go first overall to the Arizona Cardinals, where the man who recruited him to Texas A&M out of high school -- Kliff Kingsbury -- is the new head coach.
The Giants (picking sixth and 17th overall) and the Redskins (15th) are both expected to consider quarterbacks in the first round, with New York seeking a successor for Eli Manning and Washington looking for an answer with Alex Smith's future clouded by a serious leg injury sustained last season.
The Giants have already brought in other top quarterback prospects Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock and Daniel Jones for visits, along with Will Grier, whom most have pegged as a second-tier prospect.
Washington has visited with Haskins, Lock and Jones, along with mid-round prospects Jarrett Stidham and Clayton Thorson.
--Field Level Media