Inserting, then Removing, Kyler Murray’s Study Clause
We now know that Murray signed a lucrative extension with the Arizona Cardinals. Problem is, an infamous study clause that required Murray to study for four hours per week independently, received media attention.
Of course, the most popular theory questioned Murray’s study habits and whether he studied enough in his free time. Following a week of media scrutiny and a sudden press conference from Murray to address the situation, the Cardinals removed the study clause.
However, their removal has not stopped the plethora of questions, such as whether Murray is seriously committed to his craft. And while Murray made an excellent point of accomplishing so much as an athlete, it has not stopped the questions.
As for why the clause was in there in the first place, we will probably never know. But both its insertion and subsequent removal raised a lot of eyebrows.