Baltimore Sun

Murray tests positive for COVID-19


Cardinals quarterbac­k Kyler Murray has tested positive for COVID-19. The two-time Pro Bowl selection tested positive Sunday. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said on Monday that Murray was experienci­ng “minor” symptoms. The coach added that Murray will miss a minimum of five days unless he tests negative before that time. “I haven’t talked to him since he tested positive, just texting back and forth, but I know it’s nothing major,” Kingsbury said. Kingsbury said no other players had tested positive during camp. The positive test continues an eventful few weeks for Murray, who signed a five-yar, $230.5 million deal in July. He then dealt with the fallout from a unique “independen­t study” addendum in that contract mandating film study, and had an impromptu media availabili­ty where he passionate­ly defended his work ethic. The team eventually dropped the addendum from the contract. Murray sat out Saturday’s practice with a sore right wrist. Kingsbury said that injury was “getting better.” The Cardinals’ backup QB is Colt McCoy, who had a 2-1 record in three starts last season.

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