On Thursday, Kyler Murray finally signed his rookie deal worth over $35 million that includes a $23 million signing bonus and fifth-year option.
In that contract, however, he could lose all his guaranteed money if he decides he wants to take a shot at playing baseball again, according to ProFootballTalk.
With the amount of money he is guaranteed to get, it is would be quite stupid for Murray to even think about playing baseball at this point.
When he was drafted by the Oakland Athletic’s, he received a signing bonus worth more than $4 million, but his signing bonus with the Cardinals is over four times that amount.
Now is the time to put baseball in his rear view mirror forever.