Cardinals QB Non-Participant In Practice With Hamstring Injury

The Arizona Cardinals fell in close fashion to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9, but once again, we saw a solid performance from Kyler Murray, who has solidified himself as one of the best Quarterbacks in the NFL. Unfortunately, he followed that up by being a non-participant in practice on Wednesday with a hamstring issue, and ahead of a crucial, must-win divisional clash with the Los Angeles Rams this Sunday, this could be a huge story going forward. 

While Murray has come under plenty of scrutiny this past off-season, he's started off the 2022 season by getting back to who he is on the field, with over 2,500 all purpose yards to go along with 14 Touchdowns and 6 Interceptions, so if the team were to lose him for any amount of time, it would be detrimental to their season.

Arizona currently sit at 3-6 and last place in the NFC West, and if the team want to make any type of noise in the NFC, they'll need to get healthy and start playing consistent football. Kliff Kingsbury and the Cardinals coaching staff have now officially considered Murray as day-to-day, saying it's not nothing, but it's highly unlikely to be catastrophic, so this is a story that will continue to develop over the coming days.

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