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Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 21, 2022 59 0 1 37.1
Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 30, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 71 1 26
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2020 90 1 17 105
3y Avg. 30 0 6 11
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  • Cardinals' Trace McSorley: Won't play Sunday

    McSorley (illness) is inactive Sunday against the Chargers. McSorley missed practice Friday due to the illness, and he's still apparently feeling under the weather. However, with Kyler Murray back under center and Colt McCoy still considered the team's No. 2 quarterback, McSorley's absence should not impact the team Week 12.
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  • Cardinals' Trace McSorley: Dealing with illness

    McSorley did not practice Friday due to an illness and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. McSorley was a full participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday before popping up on Friday's injury report. While the severity of this ailment is still unclear, the 27-year-old will have just one more day to overcome this issue before Sunday's contest. McSorley went 6-for-10 passing for 59 yards and an interception after stepping in for Colt McCoy during Monday's loss to San Francisco. However, both signal callers figure to fall back into their normal backup roles Week 12, as starting quarterback Kyler Murray is expected to return after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury.
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  • Trace McSorley: Inks practice squad deal

    The Cardinals signed McSorley to their practice squad Wednesday, NFL reporter Jordan Schultz reports. As expected, McSorley returns to the organization after clearing waivers. The Penn State product will operate as an emergency depth option behind Kyler Murray and Colt McCoy.
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  • Trace McSorley: Waived by Cardinals

    McSorley was waived by the Cardinals on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. McSorley will fail to make the final roster for the second season in a row, with the Cardinals opting to keep Colt McCoy and Jarrett Guarantano as backup options for Kyler Murray. Per Rapoport, the quarterback is expected to join Arizona's practice squad as long as he clears waivers.
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  • Cardinals' Trace McSorley: Strong showing in preseason opener

    McSorley completed 13 of 22 passes for 163 yards and a touchdown while adding 32 rushing yards on four carries in Friday's preseason game against the Bengals. With neither Kyler Murray (wrist) nor Colt McCoy in the lineup, McSorley played the entire first half for the Cardinals and led his club to four scoring drives, capping the first with a four-yard TD strike to depth wideout Andre Baccellia (ankle). McSorley is competing with undrafted rookie Jarrett Guarantano for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart, and the former Raven likely has a leg up in the battle after this performance.
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  • Cardinals' Trace McSorley: Will start preseason opener

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that McSorley will start Friday's preseason contest against Cincinnati, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Starting quarterback Kyler Murray was sidelined for a part of training camp due to a positive COVID-19 test and is now dealing with a sore wrist, which has limited his participation in practice. However, the decision to start McSorley likely has nothing to do with Murray's availability, as backup quarterback Colt McCoy is also not expected to play, leaving McSorley and Jarrett Guarantano to compete for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart during the preseason opener.
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  • Trace McSorley: Let go by Baltimore

    McSorley was waived by the Ravens on Tuesday. The Ravens will carry Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley on their active roster. McSorley, who is entering his third season in the league, could return via the practice squad.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Could be ready for Week 1

    Coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that McSorley (back) may be available by Week 1, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. McSorley resumed throwing Thursday, which is a notable step in the right direction for his recovery. The third-year pro has already been ruled out for the remainder of the preseason, but when healthy he remains the favorite to operate as Lamar Jackson's backup.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Bothered by back spasms

    McSorley was bothered by back spasms in Saturday's preseason opener against the Saints, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. He completed 11 of 18 passes for 86 yards and an interception while adding 25 yards on four carries prior to being replaced by Tyler Huntley. McSorley got the start with Lamar Jackson getting the night off. He failed to lead the offense to a first-half touchdown but the Ravens managed three field goals during McSorley's time in the game. Huntley came in at halftime and led the game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter. McSorley will look to heal up in time to face the Panthers in Week 2 of preseason.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Likely starting against Saints

    McSorley is leading the first-team offense through warmups ahead of Saturday's preseason game against New Orleans, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. QB Lamar Jackson is in uniform but presumably won't play, allowing McSorley to lead a "first-team offense" that will be missing more than half the starters. Both McSorley and Tyler Huntley are sensible DFS plays, as the Ravens are down to two QBs if Jackson is just an observer Saturday night.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: In backup mix

    General manager Eric DeCosta expects McSorley (knee) and Tyler Huntley to compete for the backup quarterback job this offseason, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. "We think both [McSorley and Huntley] have a legitimate chance to compete for that backup position," DeCosta said. "It doesn't mean that we won't go after a veteran quarterback, but we think both those guys have pretty bright futures, and we see a good competition this year." McSorley saw action in two games for the Ravens in 2020, providing a spark in each. He suffered a minor knee strain back in December, but he's expected to be ready for the tentative start of offseason activities later this year.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Lands on IR

    McSorley (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. McSorley suffered a minor knee sprain in Monday's 47-42 win over the Browns, and he'll be required to sit out for the rest of the regular season. In the meantime, practice squad quarterback Tyler Huntley should serve as Lamar Jackson's backup until either McSorley or Robert Griffin (hamstring) is activated from IR.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Set to undergo MRI

    McSorley is believed to have suffered a knee sprain in Monday night's win over the Browns and will undergo an MRI to confirm, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. McSorley went down awkwardly trying to run for a first down Monday and was forced to leave the game. The belief is that McSorley's injury is not season-ending, but that won't be known for certain until the results of the MRI are revealed. Baltimore already has Robert Griffin (thigh) on injured reserve, so the team's depth behind Lamar Jackson would be in an untenable situation if McSorley is unavailable for even one game.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Set for backup duties

    McSorley is active and should be Baltimore's No. 2 quarterback Tuesday against Dallas with Lamar Jackson also suiting up. McSorley saw his first game action of the season last week against the Steelers after Robert Griffin (hamstring) went down with injury, but Jackson is back after testing positive for COVID-19 and appears ready to start Tuesday. McSorley is poised to be the Ravens' No. 2 quarterback for at least the next three games with Griffin on injured reserve.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Likely to start if Jackson can't

    McSorley will be the Ravens' presumptive starter at quarterback Tuesday against the Cowboys if Lamar Jackson (illness) isn't activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list prior to the contest, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. McSorley currently is the only quarterback on the Ravens' 53-man roster, as Robert Griffin, the team's Week 12 starter, was placed on injured reserve Friday after injuring his hamstring in Wednesday's 19-14 loss to the Steelers. The 2019 sixth-round pick came on in relief of the injured Griffin in the contest, completing two of six attempts for 77 yards and a touchdown while carrying three times for 16 yards. If Jackson continues to test negative for the coronavirus, he'll be eligible to rejoin the roster as soon as Sunday, but McSorley will stay prepared to start in the event Baltimore's top signal-caller can't clear the protocol. The Ravens would presumably promote Tyler Huntley from the practice squad to back up McSorley if Jackson remains out for Week 13.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Inactive for Sunday

    McSorley (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Eagles. McSorley has yet to suit up for a game this season, as he's the clear No. 3 quarterback behind Lamar Jackson and Robert Griffin. He likely won't make an appearance unless Jackson or Griffin get hurt.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Could play in Week 17

    Coach John Harbaugh said both Robert Griffin and McSorley could play in Sunday's game against the Steelers. McSorley -- a sixth-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft -- has yet to make his regular-season NFL debut. However, the Ravens have locked up the No. 1 playoff seed in the AFC, so likely MVP Lamar Jackson, among other top players, will get a week of rest. McSorley played four preseason games, completing 56.7 percent of passes for 533 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Not playing Week 1

    McSorley is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins. McSorley won't play a role in Baltimore's offense Week 1 with Robert Griffin set to serve as the top backup to Lamar Jackson. The rookie sixth-round pick impressed down the stretch in the preseason, but he lacks a clear path to rise above the QB3 gig.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Solid in preseason finale

    McSorley completed 15 of 27 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown during Thursday's 20-7 preseason win over Washington. He added eight yards on two carries. McSorley continued his steady improvement throughout the preseason, completing his second consecutive game without a turnover all while making some big throws, including a 24-yard shot to Jaleel Scott to give Baltimore a second-quarter lead. His frenetic style makes him a nice option to develop as Lamar Jackson's backup, but, given Jackson's own inexperience, it would be foolish to look anywhere else outside of Robert Griffin for the top backup job. McSorley figures to be destined for the practice squad or, at best, QB3.
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  • Ravens' Trace McSorley: Filling in for injured RG3

    McSorley is left as the No. 2 quarterback after Robert Griffin suffered a thumb injury, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. With a recovery estimate of 4-to-8 weeks, Griffin is in danger of missing the regular-season opener. Baltimore is sure to sign a third healthy quarterback soon, but the new addition won't necessarily unseat the rookie sixth-round pick. McSorley completed 59.3 percent of his passes at Penn State, making up for it with a 77:25 TD:INT rate and 30 rushing touchdowns in 46 games. Greg Roman's run-heavy offense in Baltimore is the one NFL scheme McSorley might be able to handle as a rookie, though he'd still be a downgrade from starter Lamar Jackson.
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