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The Arizona Cardinals removed a unique clause from quarterback Kyler Murray’s massive new contract that mandated four hours of independent film study per week, saying that it caused an unintended “distraction” for the team in a statement released Thursday night.

Murray signed a five-year contract worth up to $230.5 million with $160 million guaranteed this month. Reports got out that the deal included the “independent study addendum,” which Murray faced questions about Thursday as narratives around commitment and professionalism multiplied.

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