Steve Keim: Cardinals Don't Have Decision About No. 1 Yet

Tanya Simon
April 17, 2019

"I think when you start talking about the first round of the draft, I think it's going to be dominated by defensive lineman".

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray is expected to be one of the top selections in next week's National Football League draft and if he is picked No. 1 overall by the Arizona Cardinals, he could see guarantees of over $30 million on his first contract.

Now, that might not be as certain. On Tuesday, Keim was asked whether he's ever spread misinformation himself. "Can't say enough good things about my interactions with him so far".

The Oakland Raiders do not need to draft Oklahoma's Kyler Murray, Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, or even Missouri's Drew Lock, but that has been the chatter as of later. He said Murray's agent, Erik Burkhardt, did not accompany Murray on his visit to the Cardinals.

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There's no universe in which Murray, the presumptive No. 1 pick, falls out of the first round.

Allen is considered as one of the elite pass rushing prospects in this draft, along with the likes of Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, and Brian Burns. But if all of the quarterback-needy teams in front of them choose one (Cardinals, Giants, Broncos, Bengals), there won't be any to select.

If Gettleman and the Giants are targeting Murray or believe he can be a franchise quarterback, the Jets would be an obvious trade partner. "I like to do deals", Keim said. Last year's No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield, by the way, received $32 million. This deal would essentially give the Jets back the picks that they traded the Colts past year to move up for Darnold.

It remains to be seen if Murray fits the profile of passer that Gettleman and the Giants prefer, but if he does, the events of the past week suggest that they could have a legitimate chance come away with him as the crown jewel of their draft class.

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