The Arizona Cardinals may be without starting quarterback Kyler Murray for the second week in a row.
According to NFL reporter Ian Rapoport, the Cardinals are “pessimistic” about Murray’s status for Sunday’s game against the Panthers. Kyler injured his ankle during Arizona’s week-eight loss to the Packers.
Wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Rondle Moore are also questionable. All three will be a game-time decision.
If Murray isn’t able to play, Colt McCoy will get the start.