Kyler Murray Won’t Be A Two-Sport Athlete

Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray is facing a choice between baseball and football – and sources say it won’t be both. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Murray – who was drafted last year by the A’s – will have to focus on one sport because of the ‘demands’ of playing quarterback in the NFL. Murray was paid a $4.6 million signing bonus by the A’s and would have to pay that back if he chose a career in football.  His agent, Scott Boras, insists that Murray will be sticking with baseball. The last athlete to compete in both MLB and the NFL in the same year was Deion Sanders in the 90’s. Should Murray go with MLB or the NFL?  What are the pros and cons of each?



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