In case you have been following along with the Kyler Murray saga with the Arizona Cardinals, this report may not surprise you.
According to Mike Garafolo, during the Cardinals playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams, Murray refused to go back into the game in the fourth quarter.
Garafolo added that the Cardinals are looking for him to take a step forward in a number of areas: “Maturity, body language on the sidelines, having a bigger voice and leadership.”
During the #Cardinals playoff loss to the #Rams, Kyler Murray refused to go back to the game in the 4th quarter, per @MikeGarafolo
Cards looking for him to take a step forward in a number of areas: "Maturity, body language on the sidelines, having a bigger voice and leadership."
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 15, 2022
Jim Trotter also said that the Cardinals expect more out of Murray when it comes to his leadership skills and that people in the organization have approached him about it.
“Great quarterbacks raise the play of those around him. Kyler has not reached that point in his career.”
We talked Kyler Murray this morning. He has all the tools to be great, but he is not there yet. Will he get there? Much of that answer rests solely with him. 👇🏾 pic.twitter.com/KaYCh47L91
— Jim Trotter (@JimTrotter_NFL) February 15, 2022