"Apparently I was just too abrupt, not smooth enough as far as bringing my hands together goes," Murray said of the two calls against him made before shotgun snaps when he clapped his hands together. "To me it's like any other hard count. It's the defense's job to watch the ball, so it doesn't really make sense to me."
"I don't see why everybody thinks it can't be successful," Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray said. "It worked at the college level and I don't see why it can't work at the NFL level."