The Arizona Cardinals haven't determined what they will do with the No. 1 overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft in nine days, general manager Steve Keim said Tuesday.
"We are not done with this process," he told reporters, as relayed by NFL.com. "We have not made a decision on the No. 1 overall pick."
For weeks, the rumor mill has been filled with speculation that the Cardinals have zeroed in on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the top selection. New Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is known to be an avid fan of Murray.
Arizona traded up to the 10th pick last year to select UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, but he struggled throughout his rookie campaign.
Murray and Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa are widely considered to be the two top candidates to go No. 1 overall on April 25 if the Cardinals don't trade the selection.