Quarterback Kyler Murray is making significant progress toward a comeback with the Cardinals. This promising development comes as he inches closer to rejoining the active roster after a prolonged absence due to a torn ACL last season. Murray’s recent injury reports have shown substantial improvement in his recovery process.
On Wednesday, he was designated as a full participant in practice, and the following Thursday’s report contains no mention of his knee concerns. This omission is a clear indication that his knee is no longer a hindrance as he works diligently to regain his form.
Murray is currently listed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, and he can remain on this list until November 8. While this positive update doesn’t guarantee his immediate return to the field in upcoming matchups against the Ravens or Browns, it strongly suggests that the Cardinals are preparing to increase his involvement with the first-team, paving the way for his eventual reinstatement to the 53-man roster and the starting lineup.
In other injury-related news for the team, linebacker Krys Barnes, defensive lineman Kevin Strong, and offensive lineman Elijah Wilkinson were unable to participate in practice due to various injuries. On the brighter side, cornerback Antonio Hamilton, wide receiver Zach Pascal, and safety Jalen Thompson, dealing with groin, neck, and hamstring issues, respectively, were limited participants, indicating they may be inching closer to a full recovery.
Kyler Murray’s steady progress is undoubtedly a cause for optimism among Cardinals’ fans as they eagerly await his return to the quarterback position.