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Interceptions Thrown
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Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Dec 12, 2022 9 0 0 104.2
Nov 27, 2022 191 2 1 89.9 28
Nov 21, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 175 2 0 101.5 23

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2022 2368 14 7 418 3 22020
2021 3787 24 10 423 5 34724.8
2020 3971 26 12 819 11 42926.8
3y Avg. 3827 23 11 595 7 36824.5
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Not expected to be ready for Week 1

    Murray, who suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in his right knee this past December, is not expected to be ready for the start of the 2023 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. At this stage, a precise timetable for the QB's return to action remains unclear, but Rapoport relays that it's his understanding Murray "is not going to rush, so do not be surprised if we don't see him to start the season or maybe even by the midway point. This injury has to heal perfectly." Either way, once he re-takes the field, Murray will be working under a new (yet to be determined) head coach, with Kliff Kingsbury having been let go by the Cardinals earlier this month. Meanwhile, veteran signal-caller Colt McCoy is under contract with the team through 2023, but it's possible that Arizona could add another quarterback to the mix this offseason, given Murray's situation.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Unlikely to be ready for Week 1

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Murray (knee) "probably" won't be ready for Week 1 of the 2023 season, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. After sustaining a season-ending knee injury Dec. 12, Murray underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ACL as well as his meniscus. It's not clear that Kingsbury will still be the team's coach beyond January, but he noted that he's been in contact with Murray, whose surgery went according to plan. The 25-year-old could be looking at a slightly longer timeline than the norm for quarterbacks returning from ACL tears, as most of the players that made it back for Week 1 after late-season injuries suffered clean tears without additional damage like Murray's meniscus. That said, it's still early in the process, making it too early to rule out Murray for the start of the 2023 season.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Has knee surgery

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Murray underwent knee surgery Tuesday on the injury that ended his 2022 season on Dec. 12, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The procedure included an ACL reconstruction and a meniscus repair on Murray's right knee and not his left one, per Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com. Murray thus will be focusing on rehab in the offseason and is a prime candidate to begin training camp on the active/PUP list, which would give the Cardinals time to determine if he'll be ready for Week 1 of next season. With just one game remaining in the current campaign, the team has shut down veteran quarterback Colt McCoy (concussion), allowing David Blough to lead the offense and Trace McSorley to be the backup.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Planning for post-holiday surgery

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Murray is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery to repair the torn ACL in his left knee at some point after Christmas, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports. Though Murray's managers in dynasty or keeper leagues would probably prefer that he have his procedure as soon as possible to increase his odds of being ready to go for the start of the 2023 season, Kingsbury suggested that delaying the surgery until after the holiday won't necessarily prevent the quarterback from being ready to go for Week 1. Kingsbury said that he "wouldn't put anything past" Murray, including making a return to 100 percent health from the surgery after eight months of rehab and recovery. Even if Murray were to receive full medical clearance eight months post-surgery, he'll still miss training camp and a portion of the Cardinals' preseason slate. As for the current season, the 4-9 Cardinals plan to have Colt McCoy start the final four games as the team plays out the string.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: ACL tear confirmed

    Murray was diagnosed Tuesday with a season-ending torn ACL after suffering a left knee injury during Monday's 27-13 loss to New England, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Murray tried to scramble on the third play of Monday's game and fell to the turf without being touched by a defender. He was carted to the locker room and replaced by Colt McCoy, who played admirably until a game-sealing interception late in the fourth quarter. Murray will now turn his focus to rehabbing ahead of the 2023 campaign, while McCoy is poised to start Arizona's final four games of the season. The first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft will finish his fourth NFL campaign with 2,368 passing yards (66 percent completion), 14 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Murray also ran 67 times for 418 yards and three additional scores.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Likely suffered significant injury

    Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury said that Murray's left knee injury "doesn't look good" following Monday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Kingsbury added that he'd never seen Murray in as bad of shape as he was after Monday's loss, according to Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com. Kingsbury did not provide additional details about the status of Murray's knee other than saying that the team would "know more in the morning," per Urban. The star quarterback is already scheduled to undergo an MRI, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, though it appears this examination will likely confirm a season-ending injury for Murray. Even if the worst-possible outcome is avoided, the Cardinals may take a precautious approach after falling to 4-9 on the season, effectively eliminating the team from the 2022 playoffs. If so, expect veteran Colt McCoy to take over under center for the final four games of the regular season.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Suffers non-contact injury on MNF

    Murray (knee) is questionable to return to Monday's game against the Patriots. While scrambling on the third play of the game, Murray suffered a non-contact injury, per James Palmer of NFL Network. The non-contact nature immediately conjures fear of a season-ending torn ACL. It also looked similar to the one that Zach Wilson suffered in preseason, and Wilson ended up missing six weeks with a meniscus tear and bone bruise. A clearer picture of Murray's recovery timetable will surface after further testing, but he's almost certainly done for the game after being carted off the field.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Returning to action

    Murray (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Full practice participation Wednesday through Friday removed most of the doubt about Murray's status, and head coach Kliff Kingsbury confirmed Friday that the Cardinals believe that their franchise quarterback is back to 100 percent health, according to Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com. While there's always risk of an in-game setback with hamstring injuries, Murray doesn't sound like he will have any limitations this weekend against a less-than-stellar Chargers defense that's been about average at stopping the pass and something less than that versus the run.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Listed as full participant

    Murray (hamstring) was listed as a full participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. All signs are pointing toward Murray putting an end to a two-game absence Sunday against the Chargers. First, head coach Kliff Kingsbury met with the media Wednesday, telling Urban that Murray is "definitely trending in the right direction." Murray was asked about his availability for Week 12 a short time later, relaying to Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com that he believes he'll play this weekend. With the release of Arizona's first injury report of the week and his subsequent listing as a full participant, Murray seem poised to be back under center for the Cardinals, replacing Colt McCoy.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Making progress, per Kingsbury

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that Murray has made "quite a bit" of progress with his hamstring injury, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Murray has missed back-to-back games, and even though he was listed as questionable ahead of Monday's game against the 49ers, he apparently wasn't considered a real option to suit up, per Josina Anderson of CBS Sports. Kingsbury indicated the Cardinals want Murray to be "full throttle" before clearing him to return. The team plays Sunday versus the Chargers, which is followed by a Week 13 bye, so if Murray ends up sitting out this weekend, he won't have a chance to play again until Monday, Dec. 12 against the Patriots at the earliest, leaving backup Colt McCoy under center for another start.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Officially questionable for Monday

    Murray (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the 49ers, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury hinted Murray would be a game-time decision earlier this week and the team's final injury report seems to follow that cadence. Backup quarterback Colt McCoy does not carry an injury designation into the pivotal divisional matchup, so it'll be interesting to see how the Cardinals choose to operate. It's unclear if the Mexico City location for Monday's prime-time game plays a part in the equation, but either way expect more information prior to the 8:15 p.m. ET start time.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Headed for game-time decision

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that he expects Murray (hamstring) to be a game-time decision Monday against the 49ers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Murray was considered a game-time decision last week after a pair of limited practices and didn't end up playing in a win over the Rams. He'll presumably have a better chance this time around, though he remains limited in practice and was seen Friday working with the training staff to test the injured hamstring. The Cardinals will release their final Week 11 injury report Saturday.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Officially limited Thursday

    Murray (hamstring) was limited at Thursday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. The same can be said for backup quarterback Colt McCoy (knee), who filled in for Murray this past Sunday at the Rams. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that he wouldn't be ready to make a decision on the Week 11 starter against the 49ers until later this week, but neither player appears to be ahead of the other at the moment. How the pair fares in practice Friday and Saturday likely will be the determining factor for Murray to keep his absence to just one game.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: May not be ready to start Week 11

    Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that he'll make a decision on the Cardinals' starting quarterback between Murray (hamstring) and Colt McCoy (knee) for Monday's game against the 49ers later this week, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Kingsbury has already termed Murray as day-to-day, and the coach also relayed Monday that McCoy is tending to a minor knee issue. With the health of both quarterbacks up in the air, the statuses of both at practices Thursday through Saturday could be telling for who among the two will get the nod for Arizona in Week 11. McCoy filled in for an absent Murray this past Sunday at the Rams, leading the Cards to a much-needed fourth win of the season. Still, when both players are 100 percent, Murray is the clear-cut option to direct the offense.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Remains day-to-day

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday that Murray (hamstring) remains day-to-day, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After not practicing last Wednesday due to a hamstring injury, Murray logged back-to-back limited sessions to end Week 10 prep, but he was still sidelined for Sunday's road matchup with the Rams. Colt McCoy drew the start in Murray's absence and was efficient while leading Arizona to a divisional win. Murray's status for Monday's game against San Francisco may become clearer when Arizona releases its initial Week 11 injury report Thursday.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Sitting out in Week 10

    Murray (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game at the Rams. Murray showed up on the Cardinals' initial Week 10 practice report as a non-participant due to a hamstring injury. After managing back-to-back limited sessions to cap the week, he was listed as questionable, and coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that Murray's availability would come down to a game-time decision. A pregame warmup ultimately determined Murray's fate, and he'll take a seat with an eye on returning Week 11 for a Monday night matchup with the 49ers on Nov. 21. Murray will cede quarterback duties Sunday to Colt McCoy, while Trace McSorley serves as the backup.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Week 10 status TBD

    The Cardinals aren't expected to decide whether Murray (hamstring) will start Sunday against the Rams until he's evaluated in pre-game warmups, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. 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.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Could miss Week 10

    Murray, who is listed as questionable, is slated to test his hamstring out prior to Sunday's game against the Rams, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Fowler relays that a source "expressed skepticism" regarding Murray's status, but the QB's official availability will remain undecided until pre-game warmups. As could be expected based on the nature of his injury, Murray's status will come down to how well he can move, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. If he is unable to suit up, Colt McCoy would take over as the starting quarterback.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Officially limited Thursday

    Murray (hamstring) was limited at practice Thursday, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. After missing Wednesday's session due to a hamstring issue, Murray was seen at the portion of Thursday's practice open to the media, during which he threw passes and jogged about, per Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com. While he seemingly is heading in the right direction as the Cardinals prepare for Sunday's game at the Rams, Murray's status could receive more clarity when the team posts its final injury report of Week 10 on Friday.
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  • Cardinals' Kyler Murray: Dealing with hamstring issue

    Murray was a non-participant at Wednesday's walk-through session due to a hamstring injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. The Cardinals' first injury report of Week 10 is merely an estimate, but Murray wouldn't have taken part if the team had held an actual practice. As such, his status will be one to watch Thursday and Friday to get a sense of his availability for Sunday's game at the Rams.
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