Kyler was heated pic.twitter.com/1Mk5jSVCF3
— alex (@highlghtheaven) October 21, 2022
Murray can be seen in the video yelling, “Calm the f— down!” repeatedly at his coach while wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins attempted to play peacemaker between the two cornerstones of the Cardinals’ offense.
“You know he’s over there, he’s sometimes real animated over on the sidelines sometimes,” Murray said postgame, according to The New York Post. “It’s never ‘calm down we’re good, we are going to make it right,’ and we ended up scoring so that was good.”
Kingsbury didn’t downplay the confrontation either, but he placed the blame on Murray’s generation.
“It was just one of those things on the field. We had a difference of opinion,” Kingsbury said, according to NFL.com. “Yeah, he said I didn’t look good on TV and acted kind of fiery. So, I don’t know. It’s the Gen-Z thing on TV, ‘calm down,’ but I like showing emotion.”
The Cardinals are next in action on Oct. 30th when they hit the road to face the Minnesota Vikings in NFC play.