Kyler Murray Status Doubtful For Ravens Game

The status of Kyler Murray for Sunday’s game against the Ravens is currently unknown.

Although it has not been confirmed that quarterback Kyler Murray will not play on Sunday, head coach Jonathan Gannon did drop a few hints regarding the status of Murray on Friday morning.

When questioned if Murray may make the start on the season versus the Ravens after sustaining an injury to his anterior cruciate ligament, Gannon responded with “We’ll see.”

Murray’s status for the game was officially categorized as “questionable.” It is anticipated that this will be Joshua Dobbs’ ninth consecutive start.

Another indication of Murray’s good health is the fact that his name was omitted from the injury report for Thursday. According to Gannon, the reason for this was that Murray was in excellent physical condition.

Despite the fact that Kyler Murray (knee) took part in all of this week’s practices and was fully present each time, the team has decided to classify him as questionable for Sunday’s game with the Ravens.

However, in order for the Cardinals to keep him on their Physically Unable to Play list, they had to designate a game for him on Friday.

In the event that they did not designate a game for him, he was required to have been activated for the game on Sunday.

Gannon stated that regardless of the condition of Murray’s daily injury report, he would have continued to perform the same amount of work in practice on all three days of this week. According to Gannon, Murray will not require the use of a knee brace.

In the same manner as Thursday, Murray did not have a practice designation specified. It is impossible for him to be available on Sunday unless, on Saturday, he is brought back onto the active roster from the PUP list.

“The ball jumps out of his hand; he is explosive getting out out of the box; he’s got good command in the offense right now,” according to Gannon. “He threads a needle pretty well off some certain throws.”

On October 18th, the quarterback for Arizona received permission to return off the physically able to perform list.

The Cardinals have til November 8th to place him for the 53-man roster after he was selected to return on that date.

It is currently unknown whether Murray will participate in the game, although it appears unlikely that he will make his first appearance of the season on Sunday.

It looks like that Kyler Murray will be out for at least one more week before being able to return to action.

Murray is now listed as questionable to play for Sunday’s game after the Arizona Cardinals published their last injury report for the week.

If the Cardinals hadn’t included a game designation, Murray, who is now on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list, would have needed to be activated and active on Sunday.

On Wednesday, before the Cardinals’ game against the Seahawks in Seattle the previous week, the team designated him as returning from PUP, which opened a window of opportunity for him to get activated lasting 21 days.

After the Cardinals had used up all or virtually all of Kyler’s 21-day practice window, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that the player will make his return in the month of November.

He was listed on the injury report at the beginning of this week as a full participant in practice. On Thursday, however, his status as injured was changed to “not injured.”

Although he did not have a training designation on Friday, he is still considered to be questionable for the game.

After a week of speculation, it has been revealed that quarterback Kyle Murray of the Arizona Cardinals is not expected to participate in the game against the Ravens on Sunday.

That would be either the following weekend, when they play the Cleveland Browns on the road, or the following week, when they play the Atlanta Falcons at home.

Murray has been a full participant during practice this week but is “fully healthy,” claims Head Coach Johnathan Gannon; nevertheless, the Cardinals are taking it carefully as they bring Murray back from the significant knee injury he sustained during the previous season.