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Cardinals-Rams injury report Week 13: Kyler Murray questionable

Arizona Cardinals' Chase Edmonds (29) runs the ball for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the New York Giants, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)

Coming off a Week 12 bye, the Arizona Cardinals (3-7-1) hope to finish the final five weeks of the season, including three NFC West matchups, refreshed and on a high note.

It all starts with a Week 13 tilt against the Los Angeles Rams (6-5).

Popping up on the injury report for the first time this week was Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray, who’s listed Friday as questionable with a hamstring issue.

According to Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury, everyone looks to be ready to go come Sunday.

“It appears that way, we had a good practice and everybody should be available,” the head coach said Friday. “It’s as healthy as we’ve been I think.”

With extra rest and their opponents on a short week, Arizona will hope to head into the first of two matchups against the Rams in the final five weeks with the healthier, more rested squad.

Here’s the latest injury report for both teams:

Player Position Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Kyler Murray QB Hamstring Full Questionable
Larry Fitzgerald WR Not-Injury Related DNP Full Full
Chandler Jones LB Not-Injury Related DNP Full Full
Terrell Suggs LB Not-Injury Related DNP Full DNP
Jonathan Bullard DL Foot Limited Limited Full Questionable
Chase Edmonds RB Hamstring Limited Full Full
Corey Peters DL Not-Injury Related Limited Full Full
Lamont Gaillard OL Thumb Full Full Full

Player Position Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Todd Gurley RB Not-injury related DNP
Marqui Christian S Knee DNP Limited Full
Gerald Everett TE Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Rob Havenstein T Knee DNP Limited Limited Out
Darious Williams DB Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out

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