Quarterback Kyler Murray has missed the last three games for the Arizona Cardinals as he continues to deal with an ankle injury. The Pro Bowler's status for Week 13 remains up in the air at this point.
The Cardinals have posted a 2-1 record with backup Colt McCoy starting and sit 2.0 games up in first place of the NFC West division. It's safe to say fans are still anxiously awaiting the return of their star QB, though.
Kyler Murray Injury Update
As of Monday morning, head coach Kliff Kingsbury reiterated that he is hopeful Murray, as well as wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, will suit up on Sunday afternoon. He also stated that Murray's participation while practicing at full speed will go a long way in ultimately deciding his status.
Is Kyler Murray Going To Play This Week?
The next few days will be vital in determining whether or not Murray will be able to run the offense in Week 13. Things are continuing to trend in the right direction, though.
If Kyler is able to handle the first team reps in practice, it wouldn't be surprising to see him out on the field as soon as this week. His dynamic play has guided the Cardinals to their 9-2 record and will be a major factor in their quest for the NFC's No. 1 seed in the playoffs.
When is Kyler Murray Coming Back?
Murray's return date is currently unknown.
Kyler Murray Cardinals Week 13
Arizona will look to remain undefeated on the road this season when they travel to take on the up-and-down Chicago Bears in Week 13.
Currently, the Cardinals are slated as 7.5-point favorites heading into that matchup, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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