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Tagged: Colt McCoy (41 Results)

Jan
5

Blough in, Hopkins out for Week #18

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury announced on Wednesday that DAVID BLOUGH will get the start against the San Francisco 49ers in the season finale. With KYLER MURRAY starting the rehabMore process after surgery for a torn ACL and COLT MCCOY recovering from a concussion, Blough will start again this weekend. He will be without star wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS who will not play because of a knee injury. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
29

Cardinals QB McCoy clears concussion protocol

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said on Wednesday that veteran quarterback COLT MCCOY has been cleared to return from a concussion and should be good to go this weekend againstMore the Atlanta Falcons. Kingsbury said that McCoy was “doing well” and that his quarterback “looks good”. McCoy should be a significant upgrade over fellow quarterback TRACE MCSORLEY, who started while McCoy was out last week. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
22

Cardinals QB McCoy out with concussion

With quarterback KYLER MURRAY out for the season with a knee injury and backup quarterback COLT MCCOY out for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay, Arizona Cardinals third-string quarterback TRACE MCSORLEY hasMore been elevated to the starting gig. Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that McSorley has “a lot of moxie”, adding that “teammates respond to that well”. While the Cardinals have to start McSorley this weekend, fantasy owners likely have better options. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Colt McCoy

Kyler Murray apparently tears his ACL, and the Cardinals are down to Colt McCoy at quarterback. On the one hand, he’s one of the more capable backup quarterbacks. On the other, he’s definitely a backup.   more »

NFL Injury Report: MNF injuries

The injury report for Saturday has been released, with a few notable revisions but no clarity on the quarterbacking situation in Arizona.   more »

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Nov
17

Cardinals QB Murray iffy for MNF in Mexico

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury declined to name a staring quarterback for his team’s upcoming Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49ers. Starting quarterback KYLER MURRAY would presumablyMore be the preferred option, but he is recovering from a hamstring issue and may not be 100 percent by game time. Meanwhile, backup quarterback COLT MCCOY is dealing with a knee injury (although he is reportedly feeling good). Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
10

Cardinals QB Murray dealing with hamstring issue

Arizona Cardinals quarterback KYLER MURRAY landed on Wednesday’s injury report after being a non-participant in practice due to a hamstring injury. Since the Cardinals only held a walkthrough on Wednesday, hisMore listing is an estimation of what would have happened with a full practice. Either way, Murray’s status today and into the weekend will bear watching. Veteran quarterback COLT MCCOY would be the next man up if Murray is unable to play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
16

Cardinals QB Murray a “close call” for Week #11

Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury said on Monday that “it’s going to be close” regarding quarterback KYLER MURRAY’s availability for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Murray has missed the pastMore two games due to an ankle injury, and the Cardinals have a bye in Week #12. Backup quarterback COLT MCCOY suffered a pectoral injury on Sunday but the team is hopeful that he will be available if needed against the Seahawks. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
1

Cardinals add backup QB McCoy

The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran quarterback COLT MCCOY to a one-year contract earlier this week. KYLER MURRAY is the unquestioned starting quarterback, but McCoy is expected to compete for the backupMore job with fellow quarterback CHRIS STREVELER. McCoy is a former third-round pick from way back in the 2010 NFL Draft. He spent last season as the backup to DANIEL JONES with the New York Giants. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
1

Giants QB Jones dodges serious injury but will still miss time

New York Giants quarterback DANIEL JONES suffered a strained hamstring in Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. While an MRI exam revealed that Jones dodged a torn hamstring, the soft tissueMore injury will need time to heal. Jones is likely to miss Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, with backup quarterback COLT MCCOY expected to start in his place. Less

Source: New York Post

Nov
30

QB McCoy replaces injured QB Jones, leads Giants to first place

New York Giants quarterback DANIEL JONES suffered what appeared to be a right hamstring strain in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals and was unable to finishMore the game. Veteran COLT MCCOY replaced Jones and led the Giants to a win and first place in the NFC East. While McCoy didn’t help fantasy owners, running back WAYNE GALLMAN scored a touchdown for the fifth consecutive game. Less

Source: New York Post

Nov
2

Haskins era begins in Washington

Washington head coach Bill Callahan announced on Friday that rookie DWAYNE HASKINS will be the staring quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. With the announcement, Haskins is set toMore make his first NFL start. Fellow quarterback CASE KEENUM remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Veteran COLT MCCOY will back up Haskins. Less

Source: Washington Post

Oct
12

Washington officially names Keenum as starter

New Washington head coach Bill Callahan officially named CASE KEENUM as the team’s starting quarterback on Friday. Keenum will start against Miami on Sunday, with rookie DWAYNE HASKINS as the backup.More Veteran COLT MCCOY’s stint as the starting quarterback was short-lived, apparently ending when the team fired former head coach Jay Gruden. Less

Source: Washington Post

Oct
10

Washington moving back to Keenum at quarterback

New Washington head coach Bill Callahan is reportedly going back to CASE KEENUM as the team’s staring quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. Keenum is dealing with a footMore sprain but he is expected to get medical clearance this week. Callahan said that rookie DWAYNE HASKINS JR. was not in consideration to start against Miami, meaning that COLT MCCOY should be the backup quarterback on Sunday. While Callahan needs to start one of these guys, fantasy owners likely have better options. Less

Source: Team Blog

Oct
5

Washington to start McCoy vs. Patriots

Washington has named veteran COLT MCCOY the starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots. McCoy has finally recovered from a broken leg that ended his 2018 season. FormerMore starter CASE KEENUM has been dealing with injuries and ineffectiveness, while rookie DWAYNE HASKINS was unimpressive in his debut last weekend. Less

Source: Team Website

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