Sources: Cards, Murray agree to $230.5M deal

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Cardinals star Kyler Murray has agreed to a five-year extension worth $230.5 million, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, a deal that makes him one of the NFL's highest-paid quarterbacks.

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