TEMPE, Ariz. – Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is ready to start out Sunday in opposition to the Los Angeles Chargers after lacking two video games with a hamstring damage.
“Yeah, appears that approach,” coach Kliff Kingsbury mentioned.
Murray went by means of full-speed reps on Friday, mentioned Kingsbury, who was happy with what he noticed from his quarterback.
Murray “appeared sharp,” Kingsbury mentioned.
The Cardinals had mentioned holding Murray out till after the bye subsequent week.
“We had talked about it,” Kingsbury mentioned. “However, clearly, he was anxious to get again and he feels nice. I imply, he feels 100%. If there was something lower than that we might have perhaps waited however he feels full go so we’re gonna get him on the market.”
Kingsbury mentioned Monday evening’s blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers did not dictate Arizona’s resolution to play Murray this weekend. Arizona had this plan in place, Kingsbury mentioned.
Murray missed the final two video games with a hamstring damage that he suffered in Week 8 in opposition to the Minnesota Vikings. He reaggravated it the subsequent week in opposition to the Seattle Seahawks after which missed the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers video games.