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The Mind of Kyler Murray

TEMPE (Ariz.) -- Kyler Murray has never played soccer beyond the FIFA videogame. However, when Real Madrid's star forward Cristiano Ronaldo visited Dallas to play an exhibition against AS Roma at the Cotton Bowl, he made sure he got tickets.

Murray was a fan of Ronaldo's energy, goal-scoring prowess and flair. One week shy of his 17th Birthday, Murray saw himself as a schoolboy Ronaldo capable of unbelievable levels of sorcery whenever he played baseball or football. He was already a quarterback for the Allen High Eagles to their two state championships (with another to come), and he knew that he could play both football and baseball in college or the pros.

Murray thought about a different future as he watched the best soccer players in the world. He asked Mark Johnson, his godfather, how long it would take to become Ronaldo. After all, Ronaldo had worked hard his whole life to get there. Johnson weighed Murray's athleticism and his inexperience and suggested four to five.

Murray was right, it won't take so long.

Johnson stated, "And he wasn't dead serious." "That's the way Kyler thinks."

Kyler Cole Murray's mind is mysterious and wondrous. At just 5-foot-10, he is the N.F.L.'s shortest starting quarterback. He can see certain touchdown passes five days in advance and evade defenders as if he were riding a motorbike through traffic. He is able to summon a reality that meets his lofty expectations. However, he also has the self-discipline and confidence to avoid the attention that comes with his rise to multisport superstar to N.F.L. The Arizona Cardinals are a superstar, and despite dropping their last two games, they remain at the top of the N.F.C. West at 10-4.

Murray was the only athlete to be selected in the N.F.L.'s first round. Murray, 24 is a reluctant celebrity and a major league baseball draftee. He has refused to conform to football doctrines or the expectations of a quarterback's behavior, look, and leadership style, from the beginning.

Murray doesn't watch much video. Murray tends to keep the ball outstretched while he runs. This is a problem for every coach who has told him to stop. Murray responded, "When they get near, I'll tuck them it." Murray is one of the few people who did not have to change his behavior during the pandemic. He preferred staying at home and preferred to hang out. Kliff Kingsbury is his coach. Murray prefers the term "low key."

Kingsbury replied, "I told him, 'God wouldn’t allow me to possess your talent, man.' " Kingsbury added, "because then I would have been in all kinds of trouble."

Murray grew up knowing people who made poor decisions and wasted their talents. Murray resolved not to follow them and he vowed not to party hop or do anything that could jeopardize his plans. He still believes in it a decade later. He completed what is now known as the Hail Murray, a game-winning touchdown pass that was thrown into triple coverage to stun Buffalo in last season's NFL championship. He then returned to his home and played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Over Twitch.

Murray stated that he doesn't want "to be the guy seen out and about" in a recent interview with Cardinals headquarters. Murray said, "If you see my face, you will see me." Murray stated that he was friendly if he's spotted, but admitted that some people might feel intimidated by him.

Murray is a hard man to trust, and it takes time for friends and colleagues to recognize this. They said that Murray needs to understand that you want to win just as much as he does.

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"With Kyler," Tejan Koroma, a close buddy from Allen, said, "I'd imagine you'd have no other choice but to follow him or get out of His way."

Russell Wilson is the next

Murray made another declaration in the same summer that he saw Ronaldo play. It fascinated Johnson. This one was even more accurate.

Murray said to Murray, "You know," he replied, "I can't do what Russell Wilson does."

Murray was not searching for affirmation, or trying to convince others. He was simply thinking aloud. In 2013, Wilson won the Super Bowl. His success as a Seattle 5-foot-11 quarterback signaled a shift in his philosophy. An N.F.L. The prototype for the position is no longer available. There was enough space to have creative, athletic, and accurate quarterbacks regardless of height.

It was almost as if Murray had foreseen the moment with his father Kevin.

Murray was the only athlete to be selected in the N.F.L.'s first round. Murray, 24 is a reluctant celebrity and a major league baseball draftee. He has refused to conform to football doctrines or the expectations of a quarterback's behavior, look, and leadership style, from the beginning.

Murray doesn't watch much video. Murray tends to keep the ball outstretched while he runs. This is a problem for every coach who has told him to stop. Murray responded, "When they get near, I'll tuck them it." Murray is one of the few people who did not have to change his behavior during the pandemic. He preferred staying at home and didn't need to. Kliff Kingsbury is his coach. Murray prefers the term "low key."

Kingsbury replied, "I told him, 'God wouldn’t allow me to possess your talent, man.' " Kingsbury added, "because then I would have been in all kinds of trouble."

Murray grew up knowing people who made poor decisions and wasted their talents. Murray resolved not to follow them and he vowed not to party hop or do anything that could jeopardize his plans. He still believes in it a decade later. He completed what is now known as the Hail Murray, a game-winning touchdown pass that was thrown into triple coverage to stun Buffalo in last season's NFL championship. He then returned to his home and played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Over Twitch.

Murray stated that he doesn't want "to be the guy seen out and about" in a recent interview with Cardinals headquarters. Murray said, "If you see my face, you will see me." Murray stated that he was friendly if he's spotted, but admitted that some people might feel intimidated by him.

Murray is a hard man to trust, and it takes time for friends and colleagues to recognize this. They said that Murray needs to understand that you want to win just as much as he does.

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Week 15 Takeaways: What did we learn from the N.F.L. Week 15. games.

Green Bay Secures Playoff Spot: Packers secure league's first playoff berth, while Ravens fail again to convert a late 2-point attempt.

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"With Kyler," Tejan Koroma, a close buddy from Allen, said, "I'd imagine you'd have no other choice but to follow him or get out of His way."

Russell Wilson is the next

Murray made another declaration in the same summer that he saw Ronaldo play. It fascinated Johnson. This one was even more accurate.

Murray said to Murray, "You know," he replied, "I can't do what Russell Wilson does."

Murray was not searching for affirmation, or trying to convince others. He was simply thinking aloud. In 2013, Wilson won the Super Bowl. His success as a Seattle 5-foot-11 quarterback signaled a shift in his philosophy. An N.F.L. The prototype for the position is no longer available. There was enough space to have creative, athletic, and accurate quarterbacks regardless of height.

It was almost as if Murray had seen this coming from Kevin, his father.

Kevin Murray, a former quarterback at Texas A&M who was also drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers is now a private tutor for quarterbacks in North Texas. Murray was taught proper mechanics, defenses, and routes by him. Murray taught such solid fundamentals that college coaches marvelled at how Murray used his hips to throw when they reviewed Murray's film from behind.

"They told me they thought it wouldn't offend the quarterbacks of their room," Jeff Fleener at Allen's Murray's offensive coordinator, stated last year in an interview that "they would show them high-school footage of the lower half Kyler's body if they didn’t think it would."

He was different from the rest of the kids. Murray's offense was different from other youth football teams. He had four wide receivers, while others focused on running. He was 9. He was 9. He was 15 years old, and with his heels on the 45-yard line, he rotated his upper body to lift himself into a 50-gallon trashcan in the back corner.

Kendall Clinton, a teammate of Allen, stated that Allen's favorite line was "It's easy," but he never bristled or showedboated about it. It's almost like he was meant to do what he does. He used to make me look at him as if he was my father.

Murray has used this line, "It's simple" for many years. He borrowed it from Quincy Miller, the basketball player whose BallIsLife videos he watched on YouTube. Murray believes sports should be conquered and not played. Murray did more than learn chess as an elementary-school champion. Murray was able to learn from his long-time trainer Stephen Baca when he beat him in Sequence. As part of their introductory celebrations, the Oakland Athletics selected Murray as the ninth pick in 2018. He practiced for three hours three days in a row to prepare.

Murray stated, "I knew what I wanted in my life." Murray said, "It was not about going out and getting high to achieve my goals. I have never smoked in all my life. I want to be the best player ever. This has always been my mindset.

One M.L.B. was discovered as a result of deeper research into this mentality. While scouting him for the draft, the team developed a psychological profile. These traits were indicative of a high-level mental makeup, including intense competition and an inability to lose and how to cope with it. Johnson said that he used have a joke with Murray's mom, Missy, about how he thought a career in sports would be a good idea. He said that he didn't want to lose and that he wouldn’t make a great employee otherwise.

Johnson stated that Johnson believes some of the qualities you possess as an athlete could be transferred to your personal life. Johnson said that Kyler does not have the ability to empathize out there. He doesn't care if you don’t want to win or compete. His brain doesn't understand it."

Murray played in 43 games for Allen. All of them were won by Murray. He confided to a few people before his final college season at Oklahoma that he would win The Heisman Trophy. Murray was named No. Murray was awarded No. 1 overall to the team with the lowest number of games in the N.F.L. A season previously.

"It's going be different now"

Murray, who arrived at rookie minicamp 2019 in 2019, texted Johnson to tell him how difficult the N.F.L. was. was. He didn't have Aaron Donald calling Arizona's plays at a line of scrimmage. Nor did he have older teammates whose lives depended on his. He could say that Allen was trash and then promise to throw 400 yards. Then he would go out and do it.

The N.F.L. was a place where everyone was stronger, faster, and more powerful than anyone else. Before he could tell his teammates what to do, he felt like he had got to prove himself.

Murray stated, "I knew what I wanted in my life." Murray said, "It was not about going out and getting high to achieve my goals. I have never smoked in all my life. I want to be the best player ever. This has always been my mindset.

One M.L.B. was discovered as a result of deeper research into this mentality. While scouting him for the draft, the team developed a psychological profile. These traits were indicative of a high-level mental makeup, including intense competition and an inability to lose and how to cope with it. Johnson said that he used have a joke with Murray's mom, Missy, about how a career in sports would be a better fit for him.

Johnson stated that Johnson believes some of the qualities you possess as an athlete could be transferred to your personal life. Johnson said that Kyler does not have the ability to empathize out there. He doesn't care if you don’t want to win or compete. His brain doesn't understand it."

Murray played in 43 games for Allen. All of them were won by Murray. He confided to a few people before his final college season at Oklahoma that he would win The Heisman Trophy. Murray was named No. Murray was awarded No. 1 overall to the team with the lowest number of games in the N.F.L. A season previously.

"It's going be different now"

Murray, who arrived at rookie minicamp 2019 in 2019, texted Johnson to tell him how difficult the N.F.L. was. was. He didn't have Aaron Donald calling Arizona's plays at scrimmage. Nor did he have older teammates whose lives depended on his. He could say that Allen was trash and then promise to throw 400 yards. Then he would go out and do it.

The N.F.L. was a place where everyone was stronger, faster, and more powerful than anyone else. Before he could tell his teammates what to do, he felt like he had got to prove himself.

Murray stated, "I believe I was blessed with the cognitive abilities to just go out and just see it happen before it happens." I'm not going to watch film and die, like some guys. Because I see so many things in my head, I don't want to sit down for 24 hours and deconstruct this team.

He sometimes needs a break and turns to video games or his favorite movie, "The Great Gatsby". This inspired the pink pinstriped suit that he wore to N.F.L. draft. He said that he was hooked on the film his first time he watched it. Murray was drawn to the themes of love, hope, and the American dream. Jay Gatsby, the title character, was a complicated and mysterious stranger.

Murray stated, "The fact he could throw such huge parties, nobody has ever met him,"

"This, to me was so, so cool."

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