Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has declared on multiple occasions that he intends on building his offense around the strength of is players. In particular, he wants his rookie quarterback, Kyler Murray, to be successful. He has stated more than once he will build the offense around him. He has begun to do that and it is paying off early. Murray, after just one day of practice in rookie minicamp, said he was comfortable with what they were doing. Kingsbury is making things as smooth as possible, something he says is rare when making the adjustment from college to the pros. “It's huge,” he said on the Kingsbury Chronicle podcast. “That doesn't happen very often when you can step in.
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