Murray Study Addendum Removed - The Arizona Cardinals removed an "independent study" clause from quarterback Kyler Murray''s new contract extension after Murray and the team received backlash.
The Cardinals confirmed the news on Thursday, saying they made the decision "after seeing the distraction it created" in a statement obtained by the NFL Network''s Ian Rappaport. The clause mandated that the 24-year-old Murray, who is entering his fourth NFL season, complete a minimum of four hours of "independent film study" in addition to the regular team meetings and film sessions that all players attend. Click below to read more:
Williamson Contract has Weight Clause - Zion Williamson''s new max contract extension with the New Orleans Pelicans contains a weight clause, according to Christian Clark. Williamson will have periodic weigh-ins throughout the course of the deal, and if his weight plus body fat percentage is above 295, he could lose money. Williamson and the team quickly agreed on a five-year rookie max extension worth at least $193 million. The new deal will kick in at the start of the 2023-24 season, and the figure could rise to $231 million if Williamson makes an All-NBA team or wins a major award next season. Click below to read more: