The Cardinals' rookies arrived on Thursday, and more than half of the draft clbad is signed for their contracts, including Kyler Murray's first global pick.
Murray, second-round cornerback Byron Murphy, third-round defensive end Zach Allen, sixth-round wide receiver KeeSean Johnson, seventh-round offensive lineman Joshua Miles and seventh-round tight end Caleb Wilson signed their first-round draft contracts. four years in the NFL.
"Everything I dreamed," said Murray. "For me, being in Arizona and being a cardinal, I can honestly say that there is no place I prefer to be in. It makes me smile knowing that I will have the opportunity of my life as a field marshal for this team. win that. "
Murray's contract includes a fifth year team option for the 2023 season. His salary cap number was set at $ 6.39 million with a signing bonus of $ 23.59 million, figures that were blocked by the collective bargaining agreement.
"This is just the beginning," said Murray. "I plan to work as hard as I can, bring this team to many victories and, hopefully, many rings."
The rookies start their minicamp on Friday, with practices until Sunday.
The signings mean that five rookies in the Cardinals draft still have to finalize their contracts: second-round wide receiver Andy Isabella, fourth-round wide receiver Hakeem Butler, fifth-round safety receiver Deionte Thompson, offensive lineman sixth round Lamont Gaillard and seventh – defensive Michael Dogbe.