Cardinals-Patriots injury report: QB Kyler Murray full participant Friday
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray was a full participant in Friday’s practice after a right shoulder injury had limited him on Wednesday ahead of the team’s Week 12 matchup with the New England Patriots.
The signal caller sustained the injury after getting sacked hard on the Cardinals’ second possession of their loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football.
The quarterback said Tuesday he was feeling fine and limiting his throws in an effort not to overexert his throwing shoulder.
Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (illness) and Maxx Williams (illness) were also full participants on Friday after being limited on Wednesday.
Offensive lineman Justin Murray (hand) and safety Charles Washington (groin) were limited on Friday and are both questionable for Sunday. Murray was limited each practice while Washington missed Wednesday but was marked as limited on Thursday.
The Thursday report is an estimation had the Cardinals gone through a full practice.
Safety Jalen Thompson (ankle), tight end Darrell Daniels (ankle) and offensive lineman Josh Mauro (defensive lineman) will all be out on Sunday after missing each practice this week.
The Patriots, meanwhile, have 18 players listed on the injury report, 14 of whom are questionable and three have been ruled out. Among questionable players were cornerback Stephon Gilmore (hand) and wide receiver N’Keal Harry (shoulder).
Below is a look at both teams’ injury reports:
|Kyler Murray||QB||Right Shoulder||Limited||Limited||Full||—|
|Kyle Dugger||DB||Toe||—||DNP||Limited||Questionable||J.J. Taylor||RB||Quadricep||—||DNP||Limited||Questionable|