After leaving Monday night’s game on just the third play, speculation has arrived that Kyler Murray will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL.
Per source Kyler Murray initial results has a torn his ACL pending an MRI tomorrow.
— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) December 13, 2022
Although he has not received an official MRI, sources have stated, “it doesn’t look good.”
Cardinals’ QB Kyler Murray is scheduled to undergo further testing on his knee Tuesday, but as one source said tonight, “it doesn’t look good.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 13, 2022
Murray is coming off a recent contract extension which made him the third highest paid player in the NFL.
Despite this extension, Kyler has not performed as well as many expected. The 25-year-old held a 3-7 record as a starter and averaged a career worst 87.1 QB rating before his injury.
If it is a torn ACL, Arizona will look towards Colt McCoy to finish off this disappointing year. McCoy has already played in three games this season, including Monday night’s matchup against the Patriots.
This is a major setup back for the Cardinals franchise quarterback, but his career has only scratched the surface. With two Pro Bowls and a Rookie of the Year title in 2019, there is plenty to be excited about when imagining Murray’s future with Arizona.
Stay tuned for more updates as the official results will be revealed on Tuesday after further MRI scans.
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