Kyler Murray fires back after former Cardinals teammate Patrick Peterson says QB only cares about himself

Kyler Murray fires back after former Cardinals teammate Patrick Peterson says QB only cares about himself

Kyler Murray Sees more scrutiny than ever amid a 4-8 start to the Arizona CardinalsAnd that extends to his former Cardinals teammates.

Cornerback Ex Cardinals Patrick Peterson He had some interesting things to say about Murray on an episode of the All Things Covered podcast that was posted on Wednesday. Amid a debate about job security for Arizona head coach Cliff Kingsbury, Peterson co-host Bryant McFadden criticized Murray’s lack of support for the coach.

Peterson, who now plays at Minnesota VikingsHe responded with “Kyler Murray doesn’t care about anyone but Kyler Murray. That’s just the truth.”

Not exactly what you want to hear about that quarterback He already received a lot of questions about his makeup.

Comments from Peterson and McFadden followed a report that the relationship between Murray and Kinsgbury had become strained, but had recently improved. This tension has been seen publicly on some occasions, such as when it was Murray He blamed the team’s scheme after a costly interception and when He was seen yelling at Kingsbury on the sideline during a layup.

Kyler Murray’s reaction to Patrick Peterson:

Murray responded a few hours later, cursing Peterson and telling the veteran to phone him instead of calling him on his podcast.

The following tweet contains NSFW language:

Murray’s top goal, DeAndre Hopkinsit also appears to weigh:

Peterson, an eight-time professional quarterback, left the Cardinals in the 2021 season after 10 seasons with the team, two of which were spent with Murray after the quarterback was selected first overall in the 2019 NFL Draft.

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There’s no denying the Cardinals have struggled this season, especially when they’ve lost four of their last five games. The real question is where the blame lies in this fact. Kingsbury is a popular answer, while Peterson’s comments indicate that he thinks general manager Steve Kim deserves most of the blame. And of course, there are a lot of people who question Murray and His contract is $230.5 million.

Murray has seen his numbers slip this season, averaging 6.1 yards per pass attempt with 14 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He is on track to finish with career-lows in passing and touchdowns.

Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are struggling right now. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

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