Kyler Murray’s decision to scrub his entire Instagram account of anything related to the Arizona Cardinals had many on social media coming up with their own reasoning and conclusions on what exactly Murray was trying to tell us.
Now, while we don’t know why exactly Murray did what he did, there is a cause for concern for Cardinals fans on whether or not their star quarterback could be voicing his frustration with the organization.
Nonetheless, the Cardinals social media team isn’t worried and decided to have a little fun with all the interest in Murray’s social media activity as they followed Kyler’s lead and deleted all but two posts on the team’s official Instagram account:
The oldest remaining post on Arizona’s Instagram account is a picture of Murray holding a Cardinals jersey on April 25, 2019, the day he was selected No. 1 overall. Murray’s oldest remaining post was from Dec. 8, 2018, just after he won the Heisman Trophy as an Oklahoma player.
The latest post by the Cardinals is not unlike Murray’s most recent post from last weekend’s Pro Bowl. It’s a video and still shot of the quarterback with former Oklahoma Sooners teammate CeeDee Lamb.
Who knows what exactly is Murray’s reasoning for scrubbing his Instagram account but one thing is clear — the Arizona Cardinals social media team isn’t worried.