Kyler Murray, the quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, has been relieved
from the practice field for at least five days due to testing positive for COVID-19.
Kyler Murray's symptoms were considered minimal
Although the NFL no longer requires it, they're still following CDC guidelines to help prevent COVID-19.
After contentious negotiations, the Pro Bowl quarterback agreed to terms on a massive
five-year extension worth $230.5 million and $160 million in guarantees on July 21.
The "independent study” clause in the contract, mandating four hours of study each game week, was circulated.
The quarterback and the club had questions about such a clause.
Days later, Murray blasted the perception that he doesn't study enough.
The Cardinals removed the so-called "homework" clause.
Sadly, Murray sat out Saturday practice to rested his arm because of an injury to his wrist in previous practices.
Backup quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Trace McSorley will take most of the reps until Murray is able to return.