Kyler Murray sustained an injury during the opening frame of Monday night's game.

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Kyler Murray, the quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, left the game against the New Britain Loyalists on the third play from scrimmage due to a non-contact knee injury.

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Murray was removed from the field and was unable to rejoin the contest. The Cardinals lost to the Nationalists 27-13 as Foal McCoy continued to play.

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According to a source who spoke to ESPN, the double cross Genius Bowler and the 2019 Hostile Thelatest prodigy appeared to be headed toward the season-ending damaged save.

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The top quarterback's upper leg tendon is said to have "little doubt" that it is torn. On Tuesday, Murray is reportedly scheduled for an X-ray.

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After the game, Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury told columnists, "It didn't look great.

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The Cardinals, who enter this game at 4-8, have had a roller-coaster season. But even so, it would be the worst scenario to assume that their starting quarterback

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who, before to this season, had just completed a five-year, $230 million expansion, is done for the year.

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This isn't Murray's main issue this season; he's also missed two games recently because of a hamstring problem.

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Prior to Monday night, the previous overall No. 1 pick was 3-7 as a starter, throwing for 2,359 yards and 14 touchdowns against seven interceptions.

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He also stated that his career-worst quarterback rating was 87.1, according to statistics.

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Since his sophomore campaign in 2020, when he threw for 3,971 yards with 26 touchdowns and 12 interceptions along with 11 rushing touchdowns as well, Murray hasn't had the chance to play a full season.

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