Kyler “Progressing” Through Ankle Injury as Kingsbury says “We’ll See How He Feels on Wednesday.”

Week 8’s matchup between the Cardinals and the Packers didn’t disappoint…but Kyler Murray did. While Murray did put up 274 yards on 22/33 passing, he also threw no touchdowns and 2 interceptions, including the game-sealing one with 12 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter. Although, that last one looked like a miscommunication with his receiver. Either way, Murray was struggling at the end of the game, largely in part due to a Grade 1 ankle sprain he suffered on the Cardinals final drive. After the game, Murray was seen in a walking boot leaving the game on Thursday. While we have predicted his Healthy to Return Date to be Week 10, Cardinals Coach Kliff Kinsbury has added that “He [Murray] has played in games where he wasn’t able to really do his entire repertoire, if you will, to showcase his talents,” which means we could see him in Week 9 when the 7-1 Cardinals travel to San Francisco to take on the 3-4 49ers. Murray did not practice on Wednesday and may continue to sit all week, but he’s a guy who can start on Sunday without taking any practice reps.


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