Arizona Cardinals’ Kyler Murray Donates $15K To 6-Year-Old Texas Mall Shooting Victim

Arizona Cardinals’ Kyler Murray Donates $15K To 6-Year-Old Texas Mall Shooting Victim

The mass killing that took place in Allen, TX earlier this month on May 6 claimed eight victims who were at a popular outlet mall. Arizona Cardinals quarterback, Kyler Murray, donated a total of $15,000 to one of the children who lost three family members at the Allen Premium Outlets that day.

Murray, who attended high school in the same Allen town took to his Twitter account to comment on the tragedy. When he posted, he also asked if there was a way that he can help people who were affected by the tragedy.

“This is sickening. Prayers to the mass shooting victims in Allen, Texas. If there is anyway I can help those affected by this tragedy please let me know. When is this s**t gonna stop?”

The NFL team Kyler plays for posted on its Twitter account that Murray donated $15,000 to William Cho.

Murray “donates to William Cho after the tragic loss of his family in Allen Texas on Saturday.”

The GoFundMe account that was created by Cho’s family two days ago, has already surpassed the $50,000 goal. Close to two million dollars ($1,858,900) has already been raised for the 6-year-old boy.

Fox 4 News reported that Cho’s mother Cindy, his father Kyu, and his 3-year-old brother James were killed that day when they got caught in the shooting at Allen Premium Outlets on Saturday, May 6. The family was at the mall returning clothes that William received for his birthday just 4 days prior to the day of the shooting. William had been shot but survived and is currently out of the ICU.

Murray, who has been in the NFL since 2019, attended Allen High School before embarking on a collegiate career with Texas A&M and Oklahoma before being drafted by the Arizona Cardinals. He was undefeated as the quarterback at Allen High School when he led the team. When he left the school, he compiled a record of 42-0.

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