Update: Kyler Murray (hamstring) remains day-to-day.
Kyler Murray is still listed as day-to-day by Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury.
The Cardinals want him to be able to run at full speed on the field, Kingsbury reiterated. Rushing players back can be challenging in cases of hamstring injury. The Cardinals play the 49ers the following Monday, so fantasy managers will likely need to decide by Sunday whether to start Murray or not. We’ll need to keep an eye on his condition at practice all throughout the week.
Kyler Murray, the quarterback for the Cardinals, missed Wednesday’s practice. What it means in fantasy: Murray was unable to practice due to a hamstring injury. Considering that he is a mobile quarterback, this is significant. That listing represents an estimation of what would have occurred since the Cardinals only practiced on Wednesday.
Thursday through the weekend, Murray’s condition needs to be closely watched. Colt McCoy serves as Arizona’s reserve quarterback. Players like DeAndre Hopkins, Rondale Moore, and James Conner who are important in fantasy sports would be impacted by Murray’s absence.
Although Kyler Murray played the entire game against the Seahawks last Sunday without displaying any signs of an injury, he was still listed on the injury report on Wednesday.
Due to a hamstring issue, Murray is listed as a non-participant in practice. The listing represents an estimation of what would have transpired had the Cardinals conducted a full practice on Wednesday instead of just a walkthrough.