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Tagged: Kyler Murray (122 Results)


Cardinals QB Murray might not return until midseason

Arizona Cardinals quarterback KYLER MURRAY reportedly might not be ready for the upcoming 2023 season until close to midseason. Murray underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL and damaged meniscus inMore his right knee earlier this month, after suffering the non-contact injury in a game against New England on December 12th. Recovery time from a torn ACL is typically 8 to 9 months, which would be in the range of the start of next season. Murray, however, does not expect to rush the process, preferring instead to be perfectly healed before making his return. Less

Source: Arizona Republic


Cardinals to trade WR Hopkins during offseason?

The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly considering trading star wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS heading into the upcoming offseason. With starting quarterback KYLER MURRAY expected to be recovering from a season-ending injury atMore the start of the season, and a new coach on the way after the team fired Kliff Kingsbury, a Hopkins trade could also be in the works. While he would be an expensive acquisition, several teams would be expected to bid for his services. Less

Source: NBC Sports


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

Podcast: December 29 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff talk through quarterback situations, fantasy championship games and a Cowboys-Titans Thursday nighter that sits at the disappointing intersection of the two. Sponsored by the Fantasy Football Counselor.  more »


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


Cardinals confirm that QB Murray is out for season with torn ACL

Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury confirmed on Tuesday that star quarterback KYLER MURRAY is done for the year due to a torn ACL suffered in Monday night’s game against the NewMore England Patriots. An MRI confirmed what everyone suspected when Murray was injured and carted off on MNF. Kingsbury also said that guys have been coming back from surgeries faster and stronger, adding that Murray is “excited about that process”. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Cardinals QB Murray carted off with knee injury during MNF

Just three snaps into Monday night’s game against the New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals quarterback KYLER MURRAY suffered a non-contact knee injury and was subsequently carted off the field. Murray wasMore surrounded by teammates as he was carted away and could be seen with tears in his eyes before covering his head with a towel. Murray was ruled out for the game and the injury is feared to be serious, with an MRI and other tests to come. Less


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 »



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


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

Factoid: Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals have sputtered to a 3-6 record, and I don’t think they’re going to flip things around anytime soon. Their next two are against the Rams and 49ers, and those are defenses that have given them problems.   more »

Factoid: Kyler Murray

I’d be nervous about starting Kyler Murray this week. He’s been off more often than on this season, and he’s facing a defense that’s tended to have his number. The Rams have a better feel than other opponents of how to play against him. (And having guys like Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey doesn’t hurt).   more »


Dynasty Leagues: Long-term QB rankings

Mobility is key at quarterback, with the way it’s richly reward in most fantasy formats. But that quality is harder to grade, with players needing to evolve to doing more from the pocket – reading and reacting to defenses, and throwing with anticipation.   more »



Ravens QB Jackson reports to training camp amid contract uncertainty

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON’s contract negotiations are ongoing, but the star signal caller has reported to training camp. Thursday afternoon was the first day for quarterbacks to report and JacksonMore was present with a smile on his face. Jackson reported to camp on the same day that Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY got a massive contract extension. Time will tell if Jackson follows suit. Less

Source: Team Website

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