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Cardinals Remove Kyler Murray From Injury Report

ESPN ranks Kyler Murray 10th-best quarterback ahead of 2022

The Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens release their Thursday injury report, and Kyler Murray was off the injury report.

ARIZONA — The Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens released their Thursday injury report, and quarterback Kyler Murray was removed as a participant, confirming at least physically, he didn’t have any limitations in practice.

DNP- Krys Barnes, Kevin Strong, Elijah Wilkinson

Limited- Antonio Hamilton, Zach Pascal, Jalen Thompson

Full- Kelvin Beachum

Removed- Kyler Murray

Full Injury Report

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All eyes are now fixated on the desert as Murray could potentially return to action.

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“That doesn’t necessarily mean he’s playing this week, just that his knee injury is no longer limiting his practice work. Either way, a great sign,” said NFL insider Ian Rapoport on the update.

Murray had his 21-day practice window opened last week and practiced all three days ahead of Week 7 before being ruled out.

Many believe the Cardinals will see Murray work through the entire three-week period before he’s required to be elevated to the active roster.

Last week, Rapoport reported the following on Murray’s timeline for return:

“Sources say Murray’s return is expected to take multiple weeks, with the most likely outcome that he practices for three weeks, then plays on Nov. 12 against the Falcons. There is also a chance he is able to return on Nov. 5 against the Browns if all goes perfectly well on the field and off it.”

The Cardinals host the Ravens on Sunday. On Friday, we’ll see what injury designation (questionable, doubtful, out) Murray carries heading into Week 8.

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