By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Arizona Cardinals are one of the worst teams in the NFL this season. They have just one win, which came against the Dallas Cowboys.
Otherwise, they have lost five games. And the team has dropped its last three games.
Josh Dobbs, who was acquired in a trade before the season, has been the team’s starting quarterback. The inexperienced starting quarterback has started every game for the team.
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On Friday, the Cardinals have activated the 21-day practice window for franchise quarterback Kyler Murray. The former No. 1 overall pick has not played this season under first-year head coach Jonathan Gannon.
Murray will remain on injured reserve this weekend. At this time, it is not clear whether Murray will return in the next several weeks.
Dobbs is expected to be the team’s starting quarterback this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks.
While Dobbs is presumed to be the starter moving forward, Murray could potentially return in Week 8 as the team hosts the Baltimore Ravens in the desert. Or in Week 9 as the Cardinals travel to Cleveland, Ohio to take on the Cleveland Browns.
Murray has been out since suffering a torn ACL last December on Monday Night Football. He was injured in a play against the New England Patriots.
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Are the Cardinals making a mistake by potentially allowing Murray to play this season? Time will tell as they are in the running for the 2024 NFL Draft’s No. 1 overall pick.
Right now, Southern California’s Caleb Williams is projected to be the top pick in the upcoming draft.
Murray has appeared in 57 games in his NFL career. He has a career record of 25-31-1 in games he has started.
He has gone 1,316 of 1,971 for 13,848 yards. Murray has thrown 84 touchdown passes and 41 interceptions.
He also has had 381 carries for 2,204 yards and an additional 23 touchdowns.
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