Former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Patterson ripped former teammate Kyler Murray on Wednesday, saying “he doesn’t care about anybody but Kyler Murray.”
Patterson and Murray were teammates for two seasons, but the rivalry between the two is clearly real, and Murray responded to Patterson’s comments on Twitter.
“That’s not true…you got my number on some weird s— @p2, if you really feel that way as a ‘big brother’ or ‘mentor’ you’ve got me. Gotta call and tell you, don’t drag me in. So your podcast can grow…” Cardinals quarterback Tweeted on Wednesday..
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During Wednesday’s episode of the “All Things Covered” podcast, former NFL cornerback Bryant McFadden brought up the Cardinals’ recent struggles and head coaching concerns, asking Patterson if he thought Kingsbury was a “victim.” “Goat” will be.
Peterson said of his longtime team. “And the crazy thing about it, the guy who hired him will still have a job.”
The Cardinals fell to 4-8 after Sunday’s 25-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. After the game, Murray said the Cardinals were “kind of” planning.
Patterson signed with the Vikings in March 2021 after 10 seasons with the Cardinals.
Murray’s five-year, $230.5 million extension did not come without controversy. When first signed, the contract contained an “independent study” clause that required four hours of film and game study during game weeks. After receiving backlash to the clause, the Cards removed the addendum from the contract.
Vikings’ Patrick Peterson rips Kyler Murray after the Cardinals’ last loss
Murray is in his fourth season with the Cardinals and made the playoffs for the first time last year with an 11-6 record, but the Cardinals have clearly taken a step back this season.
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There have been reports that Murray and coach Kliff Kingsbury have had a strained relationship, especially after a recent spat between the two, but both have denied the speculation.
“Doesn’t bother me, or I don’t think it obscures it,” Murray said at the time. “We’re just trying to win. Kind of in the moment. After that, we’re good.”
Fox News’ Paulina Didage contributed to this report.