Tuesday Update: Tests have confirmed that Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray did indeed suffer a torn ACL on Monday night. Murray is done for the year, with Colt McCoy expected to assume starting quarterback duties.
Update: As everyone feared, it appears that Kyler Murray has suffered a torn ACL, per beat writer Mike Jurecki. Colt McCoy will lead the rest of the way.
Per source Kyler Murray initial results has a torn his ACL pending an MRI tomorrow.— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) December 13, 2022
Update: The fear, as we expected, is that Murray suffered a serious knee injury and that is what the team appears to be worried about.
As it appeared almost immediately, the fear is that #AZCardinals QB Kyler Murray suffered a serious knee injury, source said. An MRI and other tests are coming.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 13, 2022
Update: Murray has been downgraded to OUT for the rest of the game. That isn’t a good sign for him for the rest of the season.
Update: Murray is officially questionable to return with a knee injury. Lisa Salters report on the broadcast that Murray was sobbing once he got to the tunnel. Here’s hoping that it isn’t as bad as it seems.
Kyler Murray suffered a non-contact injury as he went down awkwardly on a run on the first drive of the game on Monday Night Football. The cart has come out for him. Colt McCoy is his backup and will take over while he is out.
Murray just got his two best receivers healthy, with DeAndre Hopkins and Marquise Brown both playing last week. And now he is out with what could be a long term knee injury. The Cardinals never could get it going this season with injuries and some poor play calling, but they were poised to finish strong with Murray, Hopkins, and Brown healthy and in sync after the bye week.