Friday update: Murray was listed as a full participant on Friday and removed from the final injury report. He’s set to start in Week 12.
Thursday update: Murray was limited for a second straight day of practice.
Wednesday PM update: Murray was listed as limited in practice on Wednesday. Considering how gimpy he looked at times last week, that’s good news for his playing status this coming Sunday.
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray suffered a shoulder injury against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night, but was able to play through the injury. Murray was noticeably wincing as he tried to keep the shoulder warm so it wouldn’t stiffen up on him during the game. Coach Klif Kingsbury says that Murray is “working through” his shoulder injury and they’ll see how he is for practice on Tuesday, per Darren Urban.
He most likely will be okay when the Cardinals travel to Foxborough to take on the Patriots this Sunday, but if not, Chris Streveler and Brett Hundley are his backups. If either of them need to play, we can toss out all Cardinals for fantasy this weekend,
Murray had a good game in their loss to the Seahawks, but was held to his fewest rushing yards while not scoring a rushing touchdown for only the second time on the season. He had scored on in five straight games and will look to get that streak going again in New England.