The NFL draft kicks off in just over a week. With the draft nearly here, draft analysts and NFL personnel are doing their due diligence on the top prospects.
The Arizona Cardinals have been on the clock since the 2018 regular season came to a close. After wrapping up the worst record in the NFL, the Cardinals have a decision to make: draft a quarterback at No. 1 overall or ride with Josh Rosen.
Arizona traded up to draft Rosen in the 2018 draft, but is reportedly “in love” with former Oklahoma star Kyler Murray.
With all of the talk linking Murray to the Cardinals, an interesting plot line emerged on Tuesday afternoon.
Murray reportedly planned to meet with the Washington Redskins this week, but no longer plans to do so, according to a report from NFL insider Steve Wyche.
Was just told by someone with knowledge of the scheduled visit that Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray no longer plans to meet with the Washington Redskins this week.
— Steve Wyche (@wyche89) April 16, 2019
The Redskins hold the No. 15 pick in the draft and are in need of a quarterback.
So what does this move mean for Murray? Well, it could mean he already has a deal set up with a team ahead of the No. 15 spot.
Does Murray know he’s going to be the No. 1 pick and doesn’t need to set up visits with other teams? We’ll find out in just over a week.