NFL Draft 2019: Kyler Murray reportedly cancels Redskins visit

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Kyler Murray will not be visiting with Washington ahead of this month’s NFL Draft.

The quarterback has canceled his scheduled visit with the Redskins, according to a report from NFL Network.

It’s unclear why Murray is passing on the meeting, but it’s possible he believes he won’t be available when the Redskins pick in the first round.

The 5-10 signal-caller has skyrocketed in mock drafts since leading Oklahoma to the College Football Playoff semifinals. He is projected to be the first quarterback selected on April 25.

Washington has the 15th overall pick in the draft, but the Cardinals are reportedly interested in selecting Murray at No. 1.

The Redskins and a host of other teams are rumored to be interested in trading to acquire Arizona’s second-year quarterback, Josh Rosen, should the Cardinals select Murray.

Washington lost starter Alex Smith to a season-ending leg injury last season, which could keep him sidelined for all of 2019. Washington dealt for Case Keenum earlier this offseason.

Murray, who was selected ninth overall in the 2018 MLB Draft, announced he was focusing on playing in the NFL in February. The 2018 Heisman Trophy winner threw for 4,361 yards and 42 touchdowns for the Sooners in his junior season.

He has also reportedly visited with the Giants, who have the sixth pick in the draft, and has also been linked to the Raiders.