• The Arizona Cardinals have no plans of trading quarterback Kyler Murray
  • Murray declares that he wants to win a Super Bowl in a Cardinals uniform
  • The Cardinals' chances of winning a Super Bowl will depend on how well they can assemble a formidable team

The Arizona Cardinals and Kyler Murray have yet to agree on a new deal, but one thing appears to be certain--the franchise is not open to trading the two-time Pro Bowler.

Talking to reporters last Thursday, April 21, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim stressed to reporters during a pre-draft press conference that there is a “zero chance” Arizona will consider shipping the top pick of the 2019 NFL Draft.

It would also be good to note that the 24-year-old NFL player has not requested a trade.

The camp of Murray submitted a contract proposal to the Cardinals, and the latter has yet to counter with an offer of their own.

Murray has not attended voluntary workouts held by the Cardinals this month. However, there is a chance that the contract situation of the 2019 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year may be resolved in the coming weeks or months.

Regardless, it seems Keim is upbeat that the situation can be resolved. But it will not include seeing the native of Texas wearing a different NFL uniform.

It seems that Murray has no intention of leaving the Cardinals as well.

Appearing on the “All Things Covered” podcast with Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden, Murray mentioned that he wanted to win Super Bowls with the Cardinals.

"I wanna win Super Bowls with the Cardinals," Murray said. "AZ is home."

The chance of the Cardinals winning the Super Bowl in 2022 will depend on multiple factors.

As pointed out by Peterson, this will depend on how well the Cardinals' management can assemble a contending team around Murray.

"No disrespect to the Arizona Cardinals, I feel like they don't put the team in a position to be successful year after year," Peterson said. "And Kyler Murray's not gonna sit around and wait for that."

The Cardinals started last season with a 7-0 start and finished 11-6, which allowed Arizona to clinch its first playoff berth since 2015.

Arizona, however, bowed out in the playoffs after losing to the eventual Super Bowl champions Los Angeles Rams.

Kyler Murray #1 of the Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray #1 of the Arizona Cardinals Getty Images | Harry How