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Kyler Murray to be a game-time decision for Week 10 vs. Rams

We break down the news that Murray has a hamstring injury. What it means for Week 10 and beyond.

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Friday PM update: Murray is officially listed as questionable.

Friday update: Head coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters that Kyler Murray would be a game-time decision, per Tyler Drake. It appears that Murray is more likely than not to play, but we’ll need to wait on official word.

Thursday PM Update: Murray was officially limited on Thursday, per the team’s injury report.

Thursday update: Murray was back on the practice field Thursday, per Josh Weinfuss. Murray missed Wednesday with a hamstring injury, but it was a walkthrough and many players missed. Hopefully it is just a blip on the radar for this week.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray did not participate in practice on Wednesday ahead of Sunday’s matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Murray is reportedly dealing with a hamstring injury.

Fantasy football implications for Week 10

If Murray sits out of the Cardinals’ Week 10 game against the Rams, Arizona will suffer both in the air and on the ground. His backup is Colt McCoy, who has not yet appeared in a Cardinals game this season. In 2021, McCoy started in three games, going 2-1 while completing 74.7% of his passes and throwing three touchdowns and one interception.

Murray is Arizona’s leading rusher this season, gaining 359 yards and two touchdowns on the ground while passing for over 2,000 yards so far. The rest of the offense has dealt with myriad injuries this season, but now that they’re finally mostly healthy, Murray is questionable for this weekend.