It's been a slow time for content, especially NFL content, but on Monday, we were treated to one of the more surreal stories of the summer

Kyler Murray

It's been a slow time for content, especially NFL content, but on Monday, we were treated to one of the more surreal stories of the summer

Kyler Murray

News broke that as part of Kyler Murray's new five-year, $230 million contract, the quarterback will have to do homework with $160 million guaranteed.

Murray has to spend four hours a week studying film and can't have TV or video games playing in the background while doing homework.

The section also states that Murray will not be credited if he fails to pay attention to the film on his tablet or if he is playing video games.

Teams regularly insert clauses into players' contracts that require them to reach a certain weight or fitness goal. 

Murray has been unsuccessful in his first three seasons in Arizona. He has been named to the Pro Bowl twice, 

was the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2019 and helped guide his team to the playoffs last season.

However, the Cardinals lost four of their last five regular season games in 2021, and Arizona reportedly wants Murray to work on his maturity and leadership. 

In a December 2021 New York Times profile, Murray admitted that he doesn't spend much time in the movie room.