The man behind the “Hail Murray” moniker could use some prayers and maybe a few votive candles after he injured his shoulder last Thursday against the Seahawks.
That may sound overly dramatic, but you can bet that when it comes to quarterback Kyler Murray, the Arizona Cardinals will do just about anything to keep him on the field.
Right now, his prognosis is iffy. He was limited at Thursday’s practice because his shoulder is coming along more slowly than originally expected.
There is a lot at stake here, too. The Cardinals enter Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots with a 6-4 record, one game behind the Los Angeles Rams.
Do the Cardinals need Murray? They sure do, now more than ever, given the time of season.
On the bright side, he didn’t miss a snap last week. The Cardinals can now only hope for the same this week.