Once reports emerged that Kyler Murray is expected to enter the NFL Draft, many wondered which teams would consider selecting the Heisman Trophy winner.
Murray is projected to be a first-round pick by many scouts, as all he needs is one coach to fall in love with his skillset.
Another interesting development is that head coach Kliff Kingsbury is extremely high on the dual-threat quarterback. Despite having Josh Rosen under center for the Arizona Cardinals, there is a chance he would consider making a change.
Rosen was the No. 10 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft due to his tremendous arm talent. Unfortunately his rookie season was full of turnovers and putrid protection in the pocket.
It might be too early to move on from Rosen, especially after all the turmoil that went down in Arizona. However, NFL insider Adam Schefter doesn’t believe that idea is so far-fetched.
During a segment on ESPN’s Get Up!, Schefter said the Cardinals might be open to selecting Murray with the first overall pick and auctioning off Rosen to the highest bidder.
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If the Cardinals do choose to go with this option, the it would create chaos during the NFL Draft.Placing Rosen on the trade market would affect the way team’s look at the incoming quarterback class.
While certain franchises might have interest in selecting Dwayne Haskins, the opportunity to add a 21-year-old gunslinger with experience in the league could be the better option.