Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray celebrated his new contract today by making clear that he knows the job isn’t done.
Murray said the Cardinals have believed in him since drafting him three years ago, and he wants to repay that trust by bringing home a Super Bowl championship.
“It’s a blessing. I’m so grateful and honored for the confidence they’ve shown in me. The faith they’ve shown in me to take a 5-foot-10 quarterback, that’s never been done before,” Murray said. “It’s all about fulfilling my promise, which is hopefully one day to bring a championship to this organization.”
The Cardinals have improved from five wins in Murray’s rookie season to eight wins in Year 2 and 11 wins in Year 3, but they still haven’t won a playoff game with Murray at quarterback. Murray knows he’ll ultimately be judged by his postseason success, and he thinks that success is coming.