Star Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray’s first four years in the NFL have been mixed. He has thrown for at least 20 touchdowns in every season except his injury-shortened 2022 season.
But the No. 1 pick in the 2019 draft remains confident in himself, even if others doubt him.
CBS Sports published tiered quarterback ratings, and Murray’s name was at one of the lowest levels.
Signal Callers were placed at levels 1 through 7, with Murray landing at level 6.
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Murray seemed to ignore the classification.
«Love it,» Murray wrote in a Twitter post in response to the listing.
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Murray was a two-sport star in college and has dealt with injuries almost since he entered the NFL. He but he was named Rookie of the Year in 2019 and was named Pro Bowl in 2020 and 2021.
He tore an ACL last season and has been sidelined for the past six games. He underwent surgery to repair the injury in January. ACL injuries typically require a minimum of eight months of recovery time, meaning Murray may not be ready to play in Week 1 of the 2023 season.
The exact timeline for Murray’s return remains unclear.
«Arizona’s new coaching staff has been trying to manage those expectations, intent on taking a measured approach to ensure there is little chance of re-injury.» Cardinals insider Kyle Odegard said, according to Sports Illustrated.
The sixth level, where Murray fell, was labeled the «No Clue, Man» pool. Murray passed for 2,368 yards and 14 touchdowns against seven interceptions in 11 games last season before going down with the injury.
The Cardinals parted ways with head coach Kliff Kingsbury in January, with general manager Steve Keim resigning.
Former Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon and the rest of the new coaching staff will be responsible for getting the best out of Murray going forward.
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But Murray appears to be using doubt about his ability to perform at an elite level as fuel.
The Cardinals travel to the Commanders on September 10 to kick off the 2023 season.