Kyler Murray, Cardinals conform to contract extension

The cardinals and Kyler Murray have agreed to a contract extension, the staff introduced Thursday. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport was the primary to report the information that “monster” contract extension was agreed upon.

The deal is value $230.5 million over 5 years, which incorporates $160 million in assured spots ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Murray is now the second highest paid quarterback within the NFL with an annual wage of $46.1 million. He had two years and roughly $35.2 million left on his rookie contract, so he is now dedicated to Arizona for seven extra years. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

The extension ends an extended offseason of drama between Arizona and the star quarterback, who hasn’t been shy about asking for a brand new contract within the first offseason he was eligible.

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