The 2022 season has been one to forget for the Arizona Cardinals. Not only is the franchise sitting firmly at the bottom of the NFC West standings with their 4-9 record, but they also just lost franchise quarterback Kyler Murray to a season-ending knee injury.
The injury took place during Week 14's Monday Night Football clash when Murray suffered a torn ACL. Now, doctors have revealed an early look of his chances of playing in 2023.
The expectation is for Murray to fully recover from this ACL tear in six to eight months. NFL insider Adam Schefter indicates Murray should be "ready" for the start of the 2023 season.
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury revealed Murray's surgery schedule, sometime after the Christmas holiday. The medical team is waiting for his swelling to subside before conducting this surgery.
Considering their spot in the standings, the Cardinals are ready to turn the page and start looking ahead to next year. As of now, ESPN projects Arizona to own the No. 5 overall pick in the 2023 Draft.
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