Kyler Murray hurts shoulder but remains in game


Kyler Murray took a hard hit on his right shoulder on a first quarter sack by L.J. Collier and Carlos Dunlap.

The Cardinals quarterback appeared to be in pain as he tried to loosen the shoulder on the field and, after having medical personnel check him after the change of possession, he winced as he took practice throws on the sideline.

Murray did not miss any snaps, returning the next series and leading the Cardinals to a touchdown. However, five of the eight plays in the following drive were runs. Murray was 2-for-3 for 32 yards in the possession but still appeared to be hurting.

Murray threw a 25-yard strike to Maxx Williams to the Seattle 2, which set up a touchdown run by Kenyan Drake. Drake’s touchdown run initially was ruled a fumble, but replay showed he stretched the ball across the goal line before losing control.

It tied the game 7-7, but the Seahawks since have scored on an 11-yard pass from Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett. The Seahawks missed the extra point, so they lead 13-7.

Murray continued to have his shoulder worked on during the Seahawks’ 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive.

A hamstring injury took Murray out of last season’s game at Seattle. He left in the third quarter of that game and Brett Hundley replaced him as the Cardinals held on for an upset of the Seahawks.

10 responses to “Kyler Murray hurts shoulder but remains in game

  1. Does anyone else want the Seahawks to grow up and stop wearing WFL or XFL jerseys? This lime neon green is atrocious. I feel like I’m watching the Barcelona Dragons. Ridiculous.

  2. The play calling by Kingsbury or the choices of Murray keeping it in RPO is selfish and costing them first downs. Last week against Buffalo it almost cost them the game. They got bailed out on a miracle hail Mary.
    They run the offense and barely include Hopkins and Fitzgerald. Throw the ball down the field man. Stop trying to do it all yourself!

  3. The Cardinals offensive and defensive lines were man-handled in the 1st half. Can they correct something this big, this late? Love Kyler Murray but the middle of his line is atrocious. If they can’t fix it and they make the play-offs they won’t get past the 1st round allowing themselves to be dominated in the trenches. Physical teams and tough defenses win Super Bowls.

  4. Seahawks don’t have their top 2 RB (Carson & Penny), their top 2 DBs, they have a guard playing center who’s not played center…

    If defense continues and they get healthy, look out.

  5. vonkaiser2001 says:
    November 19, 2020 at 9:22 pm
    Does anyone else want the Seahawks to grow up and stop wearing WFL or XFL jerseys? This lime neon green is atrocious. I feel like I’m watching the Barcelona Dragons. Ridiculous.

    40 17 Rate This



    it’s like the ravens awkward logo, colors and number font. Just so bad. Mid 90s arena league or euro league mortifying level.

    Some dork Marketing tool actually thinks people like it.

  6. NFL should be more subtle than NFL in fixing games.

    I get it Murray is exciting but this is the worst, obviously orchestrated BS officiating since the Hawks SB vs Steelers

  7. A bit early to write us off. And now we have the softest schedule possible going forward. BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!{ GO HAWKS!!!!!!

  8. Kyler is amazing talent but I continue to feel like, eventually, someone catches him and he is never the same.
    Should be take a hit that Breese took he might break in two
    He is so much smaller than everyone else.
    Tonight, he seemed to stop running when he dinged his shoulder.
    If he doesn’t run he becomes an average qb.

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