Kyler Murray Reportedly Hit in the Face by Fan After Raiders Game

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LAS VEGAS( AP) — Police in Las Vegas said Monday they ’re probing allegations that a addict in the daises struck Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray amid fests of Arizona’s 29 – 23 overtime palm over the Aggressors.

Murray was high- fiving front- row observers at Allegiant Stadium following Byron MurphyJr.’s game- ending bobble return on Sunday when a man appeared to reach out and smack Murray in the face with an open hand. Videotape showed Murray appear stupefied, but not injured, also tried to identify the bushwhacker in the substantially happy crowd.

Officer Larry Hadfield, a Las Vegas police spokesperson, verified that a battery complaint was made about 630p.m. at the colosseum. The report wasn't incontinently available. Hadfield didn't name Murray as the reporting person, but verified the allegation was that “ a onlooker at the colosseum struck a professional football player.

Hadfield didn't name Murray as the reporting person, but verified the allegation was that “ a onlooker at the colosseum struck a professional football player. ”

Hadfield said a suspect wasn't incontinently linked and an disquisition was ongoing.

Cardinals spokesperson Mark Dalton declined to note Monday.

Murray had an outstanding game, leading the Cardinals( 1 – 1) to two touchdowns and two 2- point transformations in the final 813 of regulation to force overtime.

The palm was Arizona’s first since Murray agreed to a$230.5 million, five- time contract extension. He was theNo. 1 overall pick in the 2019 draft after winning the Heisman jewel at Oklahoma in 2018.

Kyler Murray Raiders Game
Kyler Murray Raiders Game

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