More NFL news ahead of Week 11's Sunday games, including an update on Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray's injuries.
With Kyler Murray's status for Week 11 still up in the air, it's becoming more likely that he'll sit on Sunday.
According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, who spoke with a person familiar with the issue, the Cardinals quarterback will likely rest ahead of the team's Week 12 bye.
Murray, who hasn't played in the last two games, has expressed an interest in returning to the lineup, and while it is still a possibility, Colt McCoy will likely return to the starting lineup.
Murray and McCoy (pectoral) are both considered iffy. Murray will be a game-time decision for the third week in a row, according to coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Other injury news to keep an eye on ahead of the Week 10 games on Sunday:
According to Rapoport, Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson (heel/knee) is expected to play.
According to Rapoport, Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) is unlikely to participate. Dallas sees Smith resting as a long-term choice, he added.
Donovan Peoples-Jones (groyne) of the Cleveland Browns faces an uphill struggle to play against the Lions, according to Rapoport. The wideout presently has a chance to play Sunday.
Latavius Murray, a Baltimore Ravens running back, is expected to return from an ankle injury, according to Rapoport. Murray has been there since the middle of October.
According to Rapoport, Detroit Lions running back Jamaal Williams (thigh) is set to return against Cleveland. Williams has been out with an injury since Week 7 and is currently listed as questionable.
According to Rapoport, Washington Football Team receiver Curtis Samuel, who has been sidelined since Week 5 due to a groyne ailment, has a slim chance of playing against the Panthers. Samuel is anticipated to play next week if he doesn't play this week. , Nov 21, 2021