Murray won the Heisman Trophy this season with Oklahoma and saw his draft stock soar.
For good measure, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport did toss some cold water on that by stating he spoke to a Cardinals source who said that trading Rosen was "ludicrous" and "not happening".
The A's might consider giving Murray permission to go to the National Football League scouting combine, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, citing a source. However, even if they aren't his biggest fans, Murray's potential addition to the draft could affect the Jags in other ways. If Murray were to decide to play football - which sources told the Chronicle they believe he will - he would have to give back most or all of the bonus, according to MLB.com. That reality, as noted by Baseball America's Teddy Cahill at the time (Twitter link), made the selection of Murray one of the riskier draft picks in recent memory.
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What are the Cardinals likely going to do with the No. 1 pick?
Ultimately, Smith thinks Murray is better served to stick with baseball. As the final pick of the round, Jackson received a slotted deal that included a signing bonus of $4.97 million, $7.5 million guaranteed and a four-year value of $9.5 million.
The Redskins have a need at quarterback, so if Murray is available when Washington is on the clock at pick fifteen, should they select him? In his one full season of college baseball at Oklahoma, Murray posted an impressive.954 onbase-plus-slugging percentage.
She adds that another revealing sign could come on February 15 when Murray and the rest of the A's position players are due at spring training.