Quarterback Kyle Murray was one of the top NFL players poised for a big season, but then he failed to play the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
Quarterback Kyle Murray from the Arizona Cardinals stops working for the rest of the season in the National Football League (NFL).
As his team announced on Tuesday, a crack of the front cruciate ligament was validated in the best knee at an MRI examination.
Murray will need to suspend for about half a year, with a great recovery course he could return in the season preparation.
The 25-year-old playmaker had actually gone to the ground in the game versus the New England Patriots (13:27) in the first attack without an opposing impact and after that got rid of into the catacombs.
Murray had just returned after a thigh injury.
Under replacement quarterback Colt McCoy, the cardinals gathered the third bankruptcy in a row, with only four wins from 13 video games, the franchise from Glendale has no reasonable chances of the play-offs.
Murray, First Pick in Draft 2019, plays his 4th season in the NFL.