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Trey McBride Backs Murray To Thrive With ‘Different Weapons’

Arizona Cardinals tight end Trey McBride thinks quarterback Kyler Murray is about to have his best season since 2021.

Arizona’s 7-0 start that year was stunted by injury to Kyler Murray, and he would tear his ACL the following season. Kyler Murray wasn’t able to play again until Week 10 of 2023 as a result.

The Cardinals have not won consecutive games since that 2021 hot streak. Terry McBride thinks the resurgence of Kyler Murray combined with the tools at his disposal is about to change that.


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“This is my third year with him now and he seems more motivated than ever,” Trey McBride said. “He’s a guy who’s bringing everyone together, we’re throwing every weekend, we’re getting everyone together. He’s in the building first one in and last one out. He’s one of those guys who’s doing everything the right way.

“This is the most confident I’ve seen him. This is the first year I’ve been fully healthy with him — he’s fully healthy — I think everything is trending the right way. He has a ton of weapons out there and I have full confidence that he’s capable of an MVP season.”


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“There’s just so many different weapons,” McBride said. “We have so many different guys on this team, so many different guys that can make plays. We drafted Marvin (Harrison) fourth overall — he’s a freak of nature. He’s a guy that’s going to take a lot of coverage. Then you got guys like (Greg) Dortch, Michael Wilson, Zay Jones, myself, James Conner — there’s so many guys that can be explosive and make plays in this offense. I’m just eager to get out on the field and see how the coaches utilize us all.”

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