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Kyler Murray has fully committed to the NFL, but he still remains a bit wishy-washy about his approach to the upcoming 2019 NFL Scouting Combine.

Murray still isn’t sure if he’s going to participate in the field drills with his peers in Indianapolis.



More than a few top quarterbacks have abstained from doing the drills at the combine, opting instead to show teams what they can do in a more controlled environment at their pro days. So, if Murray does just stick to doing his interviews, it wouldn’t be a first.

There’s already a ton of uncertainty surrounding the diminutive Heisman Trophy winner. He’s reportedly stirring up the most excitement of any player this year, and it wouldn’t be a shock to see him drafted in the top-10 this April.


Jesse Reed
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