Warren Moon: Kyler Murray Homework Clause Is ‘Slap in the Face’ to Black QBs


Count Warren Moon among those who took serious issue with the controversial “homework clause” removed from Kyler Murray’s five-year, $230.5 million extension with the Cardinals last Thursday.

In a conversation with TMZ Sports in the days since the clause’s removal, the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback blasted Arizona for the initial addition of the stipulation to the contract, calling it an “unfortunate” and “embarrassing” situation for both the franchise and its 24-year-old cornerstone.

Moon, who infamously spent the first six of his 23 years as a pro in the CFL after going undrafted in 1978 following a standout Collegiate career, then called the much-maligned addendum a “slap in the face to all African-American quarterbacks.”



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