GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray returned to practice after missing nearly a week due to COVID-19.
On Saturday, Murray was engrossed in front of fans at State Farm Stadium. Coach Cliff Kingsbury said Murray experienced some mild symptoms but was practically available for sessions while the quarterback was away.
Kingsbury said Murray will be limited in practice on Saturday, but he wants to play with his teammates.
It’s been an eventful training camp for Murray, who signed a five-year deal worth $230.5 million before training began. He then dealt with the aftermath after discovering a bizarre addendum in the trade that called for four hours of “independent research” during the race week.
A few days later, Murray passionately defended his work ethic, and the Cardinals eventually removed the addendum from the contract.
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