As Oklahoma Sooners star Kyler Murray prepares for an NFL career, he holds power that few prospects in recent memory have been able to possess.

One NFL general manager told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport that the dual-sport star may be able to control where he lands in the 2019 NFL draft due to his contract with the Oakland Athletics. Per Rapoport, Murray's could have a valuable bargaining tool with the ability to tell NFL teams, "Don't bother, I'll play baseball." 


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