Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray played at Allen High School and was a two-time winner of the “Mr. Texas Football” award, which is given to the best player in the entire state.
Murray, who began his collegiate career at Texas A&M, later transferred to Oklahoma and quickly turned into one of the top college football players. He ended up as a Heisman Trophy award winner and was the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Murray recently talked about not being a Dallas Cowboys fan, even though he grew up in Texas. In a now-deleted video, Murray was asked why he didn’t grow up a fan of the Cowboys, and he responded by taking a shot at America’s team.
“They were always a–,” Murray said.
Murray and the Cardinals will square off against Dak Prescott and the Cowboys in a Week 17 showdown this upcoming season. Murray is 1-0 in his career against the Cowboys after he led Arizona to a dominating 38-10 victory in Dallas last October.