The Arizona Cardinals began the week of work in Week 12 with a walkthrough instead of a full practice on Wednesday. They will do the same on Thursday. But with the release of the first injury report of the week, it looks like quarterback Kyler Murray can be back in the starting lineup if things keep looking like they did on Wednesday.
Six players were listed as non-participants for the walkthrough, another three were limited and one was a full participant.
The details of the first injury report of the week are below.
Did not participate
WR Greg Dortch (thumb), TE Zach Ertz (knee), OL D.J. Humphries (back), WR Rondale Moore (groin), CB Byron Murphy (back), S Charles Washington (chest)
For some reason, Ertz is not et on injured reserve, although coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that is coming soon. Dortch is day-to-day. His injury doesn’t need surgery and it is about pain tolerance,
Humphries and Murphy are day-to-day still, having missed the last two games with the back injuries.
Moore is expected to miss this week’s game and we will have to see on Washington’s injury. It might be what had him on injured reserve and this is simply maintenance.
OL Max Garcia (shoulder), DL Trysten Hill (foot), QB Colt McCoy (right elbow)
Hill’s and McCoy’s injuries are new. McCoy was looked at in the medical tent late in the game when Trace McSorley came in. Garcia has been out a few weeks with the shoulder injury. He injured it in Week 7.
QB Kyler Murray (hamstring)
This is the best news. It means that he is on track to play on Sunday against the Chargers.
Chargers' Wednesday injury report
Not released as of publishing