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Cardinals QB Kyler Murray’s Return “High” in Week 9

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Ever since Oct. 18, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has been taken off of injured reserve after suffering an ACL injury 10 months ago and his comeback is looming.

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Murray endured a ACL tear in his knee against the New England Patriots back on Dec. 12, 2022.

This week, it was announced that Murray became a full participant in practice on Oct. 25.

Then, Murray did not have an injury stated on the Cardinals Thursday report.

Because of that, it began a rumor explosion as to if the Cardinals star would be able to play sooner than expected.

With speculation of whether he would play this week, Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon added more fuel to the fire.

“We’ll see,” Gannon said when asked whether Murray would play against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 29 or not.

Moments later, Arizona labeled Murray as “doubtful,” indicating that Murray isn’t likely to.

However, Week 9 against the Cleveland Browns is circled as the matchup in which Murray could return on Nov. 5.

According to The Athletic NFL insider Dianna Russini, she said that Murray’s chances of suiting up against Cleveland are “high.”

Murray’s three-week practice window began when he trained on Oct. 18.

But, if Murray is unable to make his debut before the timeline ends, then he would not be eligible to play for the rest of the 2023 season.

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Alec Cipollini is a journalist covering the Arizona Coyotes, Cardinals and Phoenix Rising for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account @AlecCipollini

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