Kyler Murray should be criticized for skipping OTAs for these reasons
Murray’s wildcard performance against the Los Angeles Rams was a nightmare and a half. Then Colt McCoy had to force him to go back into the the game.
Murray at one point during that game had a worse performance than all-around stress-inducer and former Cardinals quarterback Ryan Lindley.
Then out of nowhere, Murray’s agent puts out an awkward letter that looks like a ransom note (not to mention it was way too long to read).
That letter stated that Murray wants to stay in Arizona and win a Super Bowl. That’s great, but when Murray scrubbed his Instagram account of all the Cardinals pictures he had, the message was clear.
Murray claimed that it was just a thing “kids his age do” and that it “meant nothing”. News flash for Mr. Murray- everyone knows exactly what you were and weren’t saying when that happened.
It’s a confusing tactic for a player who was gifted the most athletically skilled roster the Cardinals have arguably ever had.
If Murray can’t win with the weapons that he has, will he ever deliver the Cardinals to a Super Bowl?