Report: Kyler Murray won’t come off PUP list this week
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list on Monday, but a report on Saturday says that won’t be happening.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Murray will not come off the list this week. Schefter adds that Murray, who is recovering from a torn ACL on Dec. 12, is thought to be weeks away from being ready to play.
Joshua Dobbs is starting at quarterback for Arizona and he said this week that he’s only focused on the things he can control when asked about Murray’s potential return.
General Manager Monti Ossenfort told Arizona Sports on Friday that the plan is for Murray to play when he is ready.
“Kyler is progressing physically,” Ossenfort said. “He is continuing to prepare himself mentally, and we’re getting closer to that time when he’s going to be able to go out there and join his teammates in practice. When he’s ready to do that, we won’t hesitate to do that. I would say . . . we can see a light where we’re heading. I don’t think we’re quite ready to announce when that’s going to be, but we are very pleased with Kyler’s progress, where he’s going right now.”