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Cardinals Not Trading Kyler Murray: NFL World Reacts

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray throws a pass against the Browns.

CLEVELAND, OHIO - OCTOBER 17: Kyler Murray #1 of the Arizona Cardinals throws the ball during the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on October 17, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images)

There have been plenty of rumors surrounding Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray this offseason. Nonetheless, the team's front office currently has zero intention of trading him.

When asked about the possibility of trading Murray, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim replied: "Zero chance."

That should silence some of the chatter surrounding Murray, but not all of it. In fact, there are some NFL fans who remain skeptical that Arizona will commit long-term to Murray.

"I’m not going to believe anything this front office says they’re known for lying," one fan tweeted.

It's worth noting that Arizona said it was committed to Josh Rosen before eventually trading him to the Miami Dolphins.

Clearly, the NFL world has not forgotten about this incident.

Despite Keim's recent comments about Murray, there are still concerns as to whether or not the two sides will agree to a long-term deal.

Earlier this week, former Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds made a few interesting comments about Murray and his outlook with the franchise.

“Man, the way things are, and how people just move and get traded, I don’t think so,” said Edmonds when asked if he sees Murray sticking in Arizona for the long haul. “It’s a new way, bro. It’s a new era in the NFL. … People (are) gonna say a lot of things about K1, but he wants to win more than anything.”

Do you think the Cardinals will commit long-term to Murray?