Injury Update On Cardinals Starting Quarterback

The Arizona Cardinals are having quite the eventful day today, as they announced both the release of Eno Benjamin and the season ending injury to veteran tight end Zach Ertz, but that wasn't the only bad news, as Quarterback Kyler Murray, who missed the Week 10 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams, will be considered day-to-day going forward, according to Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury. 

Murray, who is known for his athleticism and scrambling ability has been dealing with a hamstring injury since the teams loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9, and Kingsbury has declared that the Cardinals want him at 100% before he sees the field again. 

While their playoff chances are certainly considered slim right now, there's still a shot that Arizona can end up playing in the postseason this year, but to do that, they'll need their star Quarterback healthy, so hopefully for their sake, he can recover ahead of the Week 11 clash with another division rival in the San Francisco 49ers.

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