Kliff Kingsbury had a message about the play calling out Kyler Murray:
"This is not easy. No."
To figure it out, he had Murray call a backup quarterback play last Saturday during practice. A Cardinals coach wanted starters to understand what it was like to call a play during a game.
"Sometimes I call there and he starts shaking his head. I'm like, 'Okay, big dog,'" Kingsbury told reporters on Thursday.. "You can always keep him involved. I was coaching him until the last second and he said something while I was about to throw, so I probably never do the same thing again." No." Kingsbury joked that Murray did well, but "If I was the quarterback and he was the coach, I wouldn't want to play for Kyler Murray." ' added.
Murray enters his fourth season and is the center of attention in the NFL. became. Signing a massive extension drew attention not only to the dollar numbers, but also to the "homework clause" that the team said was later removed.
The former Offensive and his Rookie of the Year led the Cardinals to the playoffs for the first time last season, but now faces the weight of expectation and scrutiny in a way he has not yet experienced.
Murray said he had not practiced for a week after testing positive for COVID-19, but Kingsbury said Arizona would be a fan for red and white practice. He said he "hopes" Murray will be back on Saturday, before welcoming the