The Arizona Cardinals took Kyler Murray No. 1 overall last year, and all he did was top 3,700 passing yards and run for over 500 more on his way to taking home AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Murray will surely improve in his second season, and the addition of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins will accelerate that prospect automatically. A full season of a competent rushing attack with Kenyan Drake as the lead back will also be helpful.
With teams unable to assemble for organized on-field work until further notice, and public spots closed in a lot of states, NFL players will have a hard time finding a way to get meaningful work in this offseason.
That said, Murray has some areas he can work on this offseason and these three stand out.