Since he has recovered from an ACL injury after 10 months of sitting out and is fully practicing again, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is inching closer and closer to making his 2023 season debut.
On Oct. 18, Murray returned to practice after being designated by the Cardinals to be taken off of injured reserve.
With the speculation that Murray could be returning ahead of schedule, one person continued to spark the possibility.
Arizona head coach Jonathan Gannon.
When asked by the media about if Murray could be activated into the roster against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 29, Gannon had a very short, but surprising response.
“We’ll see,” Gannon said.
Earlier, multiple NFL insiders have said that Murray is expected to make a comeback, at the earliest, in the beginning of November.
Gannon’s statement has now opened the door to Murray being even more ahead of schedule than presumed.
There is no clear indication, however, that Murray will 100% play against Baltimore.
Stay tuned to Burn City Sports as updates to this situation develop.