3 reasons Rams shouldn’t be concerned over Cardinals interested in Antonio Brown
3. Cardinals have questions at quarterback
Less than a year after selecting Josh Rosen as their potential next franchise quarterback, the Cardinals are weighing all options with the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft, including the possibility of replacing the former UCLA star with Kyler Murray.
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Throughout the 2018 season, Murray exploded onto the scene as one of the most exciting players in college football, and while there are some concerns over his transition to the NFL, early signs point to the Oklahoma standout being worth the risk.
Even in Indianapolis at the combine, Murray’s skills were exactly what football teams wanted to see from the quarterback, and while the thought of going with a quarterback for a second year in a row in the draft sounds insane, is it really all that crazy?
The last thing Arizona wants to do is look back on this year’s draft, and regret passing on Murray if he turns out to be the better quarterback over Rosen. And while the thought of Murray or Rosen having a receiver like Brown to work with sounds exciting to help make the job under center easier, the Cardinals realize both quarterbacks still have a lot to prove at the NFL level.
So until Arizona is 100 percent convinced that either of these quarterbacks are the answer, the Rams shouldn’t worry about this too much.