The Arizona Cardinals could be without star quarterback a little longer as per the most recent reports.
Per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler,
“Murray (hamstring) probably won’t return until after the [Week] 13 bye, depending how the injury recuperates this week, per source.
Giving him that additional chance to get sound is a thought. Seems to be Yearling McCoy’s show for essentially one more week.”
#Cardinals QB Kyler Murray (hamstring) might not return until after the Weak 13 bye, depending how the injury heals this week, per source. Giving him that extra time to get healthy is a consideration. Looks like Colt McCoy’s show for at least another week.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) November 21, 2022
The games world responded to the Kyler injury update to begin the week.
“It seems to be the Cardinals will depend on Yearling McCoy for the following couple of weeks,” revealed FOX 10 Phoenix’s Robby Cook.
“This conforms to what we’ve heard AND w/how the Cardinals dealt with Murray’s high lower leg sprain in 2021. Then, at that point,
Murray was harmed on the last play during Week 8’s down versus Green Straight.
Murray missed 3 games, returning Week 13 versus Chicago,” remarked USA The present Hurl Harris.
Taking note of, “Foal McCoy was 2-1 in Murray’s nonappearance.”
“For what reason are we overindulging this youngster as though we have a 3 game lead in the west,”
asked a Cardinals fan. “Each game is should win. Hamstring or not, buddy ought to begin. No reason for resting him until after the bye assuming that we’re 4-8… “
Assuming this news hold up that would space Murray to return against the Nationalists Dec. 12.