Report: Kyler Murray has a “1-3 week” sprained ankle

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One play before the what-the-hell-happened? interception that sealed Green Bay’s win on Thursday night, Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray got up with a limp. After the game, he said that he’s fine.

Maybe he meant the “this is fine” meme.

Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports that Murray suffered a sprained ankle, and that it’s a “1-3 week type of sprain.” Glazer said that, if Murray arrives tomorrow at the facility and he shows that the swelling has gone down, he could play on Sunday against the 49ers.

So keep an eye on the injury reports. Whether and to wahy extent he practices will go a long way toward showing whether he’ll be ready to play.

9 responses to “Report: Kyler Murray has a “1-3 week” sprained ankle

  1. While he has improved as a pocket passer, without even the threat of a run he’s in trouble.

  2. If Murray ever loses his ability to scramble, he becomes the mini-me version of Robert Griffin III.

  3. If AJ Green does his job and turns around they’re 8-0 and he’s a hero. It’s one loss and Murray is fantastic. Pulled AZ from the 4 to the goal line at the end of the game. Anyone hating or knocking Murray is a joke of a NFL fan.

  4. KM is a great QB. Cards are 7-0, If AJ Green turned around, 8-0. They will take NFC West. GB/AZ in NFC game in AZ.

  5. azfam says:
    October 31, 2021 at 2:37 pm
    KM is a great QB. Cards are 7-0, If AJ Green turned around, 8-0. They will take NFC West. GB/AZ in NFC game in AZ.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    If.

  6. azfam says:
    October 31, 2021 at 2:37 pm
    KM is a great QB. Cards are 7-0, If AJ Green turned around, 8-0. They will take NFC West. GB/AZ in NFC game in AZ. ————— Every game is full of ifs, many ifs had to go right for AZ to even be in that position. They were outplayed for most of that game and were lucky the Packers had a TD taken off the board.

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