Murray (hand) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Murray missed three consecutive games with a hand injury. His limitless practice Wednesday signals that he'll be ready to play in Sunday's game against the Rams. With J.R. Sweezy healthy, too, Murray will serve as a backup.
Murray (hand) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Patriots.
Murray will miss a third straight game. J.R. Sweezy is back in the lineup, though, and he'll start at right guard.
Murray (hand) won't play in Thursday's divisional matchup against the Seahawks.
Murray will miss his second straight game with the hand injury, as he was unable to practice at all this week. The good news for the team is that J.R. Sweezy (elbow) was activated from IR on Saturday, so he's expected to handle the team's starting right guard role for Sunday's contest.
Murray (hand) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Bills, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Murray's days as the starting right guard are numbered, as J.R. Sweezy (elbow) is on the verge of being activated from IR. It's unsettled if Sweezy will play this Sunday, and if he's unable to go, Max Garcia likely would slot in as the starting right guard.
The Cardinals signed Murray to a two-year contract extension worth a maximum of $9 million Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Murray started 12 games for Arizona in 2019, but he normally contributes as a reserve lineman. He's now under contract with the team through 2022.
Murray signed his contract tender with the Cardinals on Thursday.
Murray started 12 contests in Arizona last season. Though he currently sits atop the team's depth chart at right tackle, the Cardinals are in prime position to address their offensive line during the early rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft, leaving Murray likely to slot into a reserve role for 2020.
Murray was tendered as a restricted free agent by the Cardinals on Tuesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Murray will remain with the Cardinals for at least another year after being claimed off waivers from the Raiders at the end of the 2019 preseason. His number was called after Marcus Gilbert and Jordan Mills suffered season-ending injuries, and Murray went on to start 12 contests for Arizona.
Murray (knee) is active for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Murray was limited in practice all week, and he shook off the injury in time for the divisional contest. The 26-year-old will start at right tackle, and he'll be responsible for slowing down the Niners' fierce pass rush.
Murray (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco, Scott Bordow of The Athletic reports.
Murray has missed two games with the issue but has turned in limited practices each day this week. Coach Kliff Kingsbury called him a game-time decision.
Murray (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
Murray will miss his second straight game. Justin Pugh is expected to start at right tackle in his place.
Murray (knee) is inactive for Thursday's tilt against the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Murray was a game-time decision for Thursday's contest, and he'll ultimately need to wait at least another week before retaking the field. The Cardinals will rely on Justin Pugh to replace Murray and Mason Cole to slide over to Pugh's left guard spot.
Murray (knee) is considered a game-time decision for Thursday's contest against the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
In the event that Murray is forced to miss any time, rookie seventh-round pick Joshua Miles stands to draw the start at right tackle.
Murray signed a contract with the Bengals on Wednesday, Laurel Pfahler of the Dayton Daily News reports.
Murray was signed off the Saints' practice squad to fill the roster spot of fellow tackle Andre Smith (knee), who was placed on injured reserve Monday. The second-year player brings no prior NFL experience to the table and will be a depth option along the offensive line.
Murray was released Friday by the Broncos, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Murray was entering his second season in the NFL, but was seen as just a depth option for the Broncos at offensive tackle.