TEMPE, Ariz. – After starting the week with a 0% chance to play this weekend, Arizona Cardinals Security Buddha Baker Returned to practice on Friday and was subsequently listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game Los Angeles Ramso,
Coach Cliff Kingsbury said on Friday that he had been told about Baker, who had further injured his right ankle in last weekend’s loss. Seattle SeahawksDidn’t get a chance to play in the beginning of the week. Baker didn’t practice until Friday this week.
“We’ll see how he progresses over the next few days,” Kingsbury said. “But, I mean, he’s a special person and wants to be out there today.”
Cardinals Quarterback kyler murray Kingsbury said that against the Rams was also listed as doubtful and would be a game-time decision. Murray injured a hamstring against the Seahawks and was confined for the past two days.
“We want to see how he’s turning around and make sure he does what he can if we’re going to take him out,” Kingsbury said.
Kingsbury said Murray has been able to throw and cross his drops during practice, but coaches would like to see if Murray can fly and run without any problems. If Murray has to stay in the pocket, he can do so, Kingsbury said.
“If he has to run around, he has that ability, but he can get it done in different ways,” Kingsbury said.
“We don’t want him to feel pressured not to run or play his game to a certain extent and so we’ll make sure he feels completely comfortable if we’re going to take him out on Sunday. And we won’t know until we get out there and drive it around on game day.”
ram quarterback position Matthew StaffordKingsbury, who is also doubtful for Sunday because he is still in concussion protocol, will not affect the Cardinals’ outlook for Murray.
The Cardinals will also supervise the cornerbacks Byron Murphy Jr.Kingsbury, who did not practice this week due to a back injury, was listed as a suspect nonetheless.
When it comes to Baker, who missed two out of three days of practice due to an ankle injury last week, the Cardinals will be careful not to take him back. Kingsbury has not seen many players play with Baker with the type of “reckless abandon”.
“We want to make sure that we feel like they can play 100% or close to his case and don’t really hurt it any more,” Kingsbury said. “So, we’ll be really smart [the] Next two days and see how it progresses.”
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