The real question is Kyler Murry’s injury that serious of an issue? Is it even something real?
Oh it’s very real. Maybe Murry injured his hamstring play Call of Duty or maybe it was an injury he sustained last weeks 31 -21 loss to the Seahawks. Either way according to Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport on twitter he will not be playing in the Rams at Cardinals showdown.
The report indicates that the decision will be based on how well the QB is able to move, with Schefter’s source noting that Murray “needs to be able to open up and run before the game to get the green light.” If Murray isn’t able to play, Colt McCoy would be in line to start in his place. In any case, final confirmation of Murray’s Week 10 status will arrive once the Cardinals’ inactives are posted ahead of the team’s 4:25 ET kickoff, though added context regarding his availability could surface in advance of the first wave of kickoffs Sunday.
Hopefully Kyler Murry will be able to make a full recovery.