Before the 2019 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals could have picked from a few very good players with pick 1.
They had to choose between Kyler Murray, the best quarterback in the draft, and Nick Bosa, the best edge rusher in the draft.
They ended up choosing Murray, and their GM at the time, Steve Keim, said on "The Herd" that Bosa warned the Cardinals that he would come back to hurt them if they did that.
"Bosa putting his arm around me and Kliff Kingsbury is something I'll never forget," Keim said. "He pretty much put us both in a headlock.
He says, "I think you guys are probably going to take that little quarterback, and if you do, I will haunt you for the rest of your career.
It's hard to disagree with the Cardinals' choice to draft Kyler Murray first overall. At the time, Josh Rosen was the team's
quarterback, and if they didn't fix the position, they were going to have more poor seasons.
Since he was picked, Kyler has done a pretty good job of making that pick worth it.
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