Cardinals injury report: Kyler Murray doubtful, Kevin Strong out

The Arizona Cardinals released their final injury report of Week, two days ahead of their home game against the Baltimore Ravens. They will be down another starting defensive lineman and could be without safety Jalen Thompson.

But the new everyone wants to know is about quarterback Kyler Murray. It is unlikely he is activated from the PUP reserve.

The details of the final injury report are below.

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Ruled out

LB Krys Barnes (hamstring), DL Kevin Strong (shoulder), OL Elijah Wilkinson (neck)

Barnes will miss the game after sitting out all week with a hamstring injury. Strong is the fifth defensive lineman to miss a game with an injury this season. He did not practice all week. Wilkinson didn’t practice all week after missing last week’s game.


QB Kyler Murray (knee)

Murray was a full participant on Wednesday and then was off the injury report the rest of the week. However, he is still on PUP and is now officially doubtful to be activated.


WR Greg Dortch (ankle), CB Antonio Hamilton (groin), S Jalen Thompson (hamstring)

Dortch was a new addition to the injury report on Friday. He did not practice. Hamilton and Thompson both could start.

No game designation

OL Kelvin Beachum (hand) WR Zach Pascal (neck)

Beachum was a full participant all week. Pascal was limited until Friday and then was a full participant after missing last week’s game.

Ravens' final injury report game designations

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