Kyler Murray Was Asked Again About The NFL Draft

first_imgKyler Murray throws a pass in warmups.NORMAN, OK – SEPTEMBER 22: Quarterback Kyler Murray #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners throws during warm ups before the game against the Army Black Knights at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 22, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Black Knights 28-21 in overtime. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray has been asked again about his plans for 2019. Will he be declaring for the NFL Draft or pursuing a professional baseball career?Murray isn’t saying much right now.Oklahoma’s star quarterback says his focus lies on the College Football Playoff.“I asked Kyler Murray if he plans to declare for the NFL Draft. He said he’s focused on playing in the Orange Bowl,” Pete Thamel tweeted.I asked Kyler Murray if he plans to declare for the NFL Draft. He said he’s focused on playing in the Orange Bowl.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) December 27, 2018Stewart Mandel, meanwhile, believes that Murray is having a hard time deciding on his future.“At Orange Bowl Media Day, it’s clear from Kyler Murray’s comments he is very much weighing whether to enter the NFL draft. Says he’d be lying to say it will be easy to give up football,” he tweeted.At Orange Bowl Media Day, it’s clear from Kyler Murray’s comments he is very much weighing whether to enter the NFL draft. Says he’d be lying to say it will be easy to give up football.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) December 27, 2018This will certainly be interesting to follow moving forward.For now, Murray and Oklahoma are set to take on Alabama in the College Football Playoff on Saturday night.Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. E.T. on ESPN.last_img read more



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Burundi Security Council urges end to fighting calls for ceasefire accord

The Council President, Ambassador John Negroponte of the United States, said in a press statement that the members urged the belligerents who were meeting in Dar es Salaam to negotiate in good faith a ceasefire agreement as soon as possible.Ambassador Negroponte said Council members also expressed their concern over the security situation and urged all parties to respect international humanitarian law. “We call upon all parties to permit the safe and voluntary return of refugees and to provide them with access to humanitarian assistance,” he said.Members also called on all Burundian parties to implement the Arusha agreement as the agreed upon framework for peaceful political reconciliation, Ambassador Negroponte said, adding that they urged international donors to support the peace process, including through budgetary assistance to enable Burundi to cope with the “exceptional situation” so that the benefits of the Arusha agreement were not lost.Earlier Wednesday, the Council heard an update from UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Tuliameni Kalomoh on the political, security and humanitarian situation in Burundi. read more



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