Interested in blockbuster NFL trade rumors? How about this MASSIVE hypothetical from ESPN's Adam Schefter presented on Get Up, ESPN's morning sports talk show.​ Schefter voiced the possibility that Kliff Kingsbury and the Arizona Cardinals might be so intrigued by 2019 quarterback prospect ​Kyler Murray out of Oklahoma that the organization could look to draft Murray at No. 1 and find a trade partner for 2018 first-round pick Josh Rosen. 

Wow... that would be incredible to say the least.


​​It's important to note that the scenario Schefter laid out is pure speculation. There are no reports to suggest that the Cardinals would be thinking about a blockbuster move like this. 


However, we do know that Kingsbury is IN LOVE with Kyler Murray. So in love that back in October Kingsbury told reporters that if he could, he would ​draft Murray "with the first pick in the draft."



Are the stars aligning for a Kingsbury-Murray marriage in Arizona? If so, Rosen would be the odd one out.


Just yesterday it was reported that the Oakland A's believed that Murray would declare for the 2019 NFL Draft and forego his immediate opportunity to play baseball with the Athletics. 


NFL fans will want to pay close attention to see how the Arizona quarterback situation unravels come draft night.