Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Kyler Murray is about to Create an NFL-MLB Bidding War

Kyler Murray is about to Create an NFL-MLB Bidding War

But with his football success, rumors have persisted that he will declare for the NFL draft and leave baseball behind.

Murray, agent Scott Boras and A's reps all met together in Dallas on Sunday to explore a potential deal, according to Slusser.

In spite of an A's effort on Sunday to convince him not to do so, * it is anticipated that Murray will declare his eligibility for the National Football League draft by Monday's deadline, which wouldn't end his pro baseball career before it started but certainly makes that a real possibility - and.

Murray agreed to a minor league deal with a $4.66 million signing bonus after Oakland took him with the ninth pick in the 2018 draft.

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The chances seem high at this point that Murray, who projects to be one of the first quarterbacks taken, will enter the draft.

The more interesting deadline is February 15 - the day Murray is supposed to report to the A's for the start spring training. Vice president of baseball operations Billy Beane and general manager David Forst were among the A's leading representatives. Had Murray had an ordinary season it's entirely possible that he's heading to spring training in February with relatively little fanfare.

If there was any doubt, there shouldn't be: Kyler Murray has the attention of Major League Baseball. As Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times notes (Twitter link), Major League Baseball wouldn't believe that Murray and the A's were in violation of the draft pool system with this new contract unless the league felt such a handshake agreement for more money was made last summer, before Murray was originally signed.

Murray previously said he meant to play baseball after his collegiate career was over, but he now appears to be waffling between entering the National Football League draft or playing for Oakland this spring.

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