Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray previously sprained his left ankle, but he’s hopeful he’s healed enough to play Sunday.
Kyler Murray said on Wednesday: “I think the injury is on a daily basis. We have a good plan. I feel a lot better than the last time I talked to you.”
Kyler Murray didn’t take part in Wednesday’s practice, but because of the plethora of injuries, the Arizona Cardinals’ program today is closer to a drill. Last week’s 31-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers was also the first regular-season game Kyler Murray missed.
“I didn’t really know what I was doing before the game,” Kyler Murray said. “It didn’t feel the same. I’m proud of not missing games. I could count my entire career, maybe even a lifetime, on one hand, so yes different.”
The Arizona Cardinals have one of the league’s best scoring offenses this season, and Kyler Murray currently leads the league in pass completion percentage (72.7 percent). Relying on Kyler Murray’s precise passing and running ability, complemented by a rich lineup of wide receivers, Arizona Cardinals averaged 30.8 points per game, ranking second in the league.