Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is now listed as a full participant in practice as of today. Murray has been recovering from a torn ACL he suffered last season and has now been making great progress to start playing soon. This news was reported by NFL insider and analyst Tom Pelissero via Twitter.
#Cardinals QB Kyler Murray (knee) was listed as a full participant in today's practice.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 25, 2023
Kyler Murray Injury
Murray is in the second full week of his 21-day window in which to be activated from the reserve list. He was limited in practice last week and started to take more and more reps. Head coach Jonathan Gannon has not given out many details as to when the quarterback will make his season debut. However, those conversations can start to heat up now as Murray has his first full day of practice with the team today.
There is a slight chance that he will be available to play in this week’s matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. The team has until Saturday afternoon this week to activate him if they intend for him to participate in the game this week.
Arizona Cardinals Struggles
Going into his fifth year in the league, Murray has amounted to 13,848 passing yards and 84 touchdowns along with 41 interceptions. He has brought the Cardinals to playoffs before, but it seems like an unlikely task to live up to this year. If he can go this week, it will be interesting to see what the team decides to do with their current quarterback Joshua Dobbs.
Arizona has gotten off to an ugly 1-6 start this season, but they have shown that they have some potential in the future. If Murray can get back to his usual form, he can bring a newfound confidence to this team and their offense.
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