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    Kyler Murray’s Net Worth, Salary, and Career Earnings: How Much Money Has the Cardinals QB Made?

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is on his second NFL contract. Let's delve into Murray's salary, net worth, and career earnings.

    Since the Arizona Cardinals selected Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, he’s been one of the more exciting players in the NFL.

    Over the course of his first five NFL seasons, he has thrown for 15,647 yards, 94 touchdowns, and 46 interceptions, while rushing for 2,448 yards and 26 touchdowns.

    Murray is on his second contract with the Cardinals, who made him one of the NFL’s highest-paid quarterbacks. Let’s take a look at Murray’s salary, net worth, and career earnings to this point.

    What Is Murray’s Salary?

    Murray is earning $46.1 million per season with the Cardinals, which makes him the seventh-highest-paid quarterback in the NFL.

    The only quarterbacks with a higher annual salary than Murray are Joe Burrow ($55 million), Trevor Lawrence ($55 million), Jared Goff ($53 million), Justin Herbert ($52.5 million), Lamar Jackson ($52 million), and Jalen Hurts ($51 million).

    What Is Kyler Murray’s Net Worth and Career Earnings?

    When the Cardinals drafted Murray, he signed a four-year, $35,658,014 contract, which included a fully guaranteed $23,589,924 signing bonus.

    Then, in July 2022, Murray signed a five-year, $230 million extension with Arizona. The contract included a $29 million signing bonus, $103 million guaranteed at signing, and $159,979,000 in total guarantees.

    MORE: Which NFL Player Has the Highest Career Earnings?

    Murray’s net worth is currently estimated to be $40 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. This puts him slightly above Hurts ($30 million), but behind Burrow ($50 million).

    As Murray enters his sixth NFL season, he has $99,272,938 in career earnings, per Spotrac.

    In addition to his massive NFL contracts, Murray has endorsement deals with Nike, Mizzen+Main, Body Armor, Rocket Mortgage, Perfect Hydration, Nissan, Snickers, Verizon, EA Sports, Call of Duty, and Panini, among others.

    Murray Could Have Played Professional Baseball

    Murray was actually drafted No. 9 overall in the 2018 MLB Draft by the Oakland As, and they offered him a $4.66 million signing bonus.

    Ultimately, he chose football over baseball, became the starting quarterback at Oklahoma, and went on to win the Heisman Trophy.

    In college, Murray played both football and baseball — playing quarterback and outfielder. He only started one season at quarterback, but he passed for 4,361 yards, 42 touchdowns, and only seven interceptions. Additionally, he had 140 rushes for 1,001 yards and 12 touchdowns.

    Prior to college, Murray was one of the most prolific passers in high school football history. He passed for 10,386 yards and 117 touchdowns, and he rushed for 4,139 yards and 69 touchdowns. He committed to Texas Tech and played there for one season before transferring to Oklahoma.

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