Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 12
@ 26
vs 6
@ 10
vs 28
@ 18
vs 15
@ 23
@ 3
vs 8
@ 32
vs 18
BYE
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@ 7
@ 2
vs 27
vs 23
@ 27

Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Joining Minnesota

    Murphy (back) agreed Tuesday with the Vikings on a two-year, $22 million contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Murphy was selected by the Cardinals in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft and has spent the the last four seasons there. During that span, he accumulated 223 tackles (178 solo), three sacks, 34 passes defensed and five interceptions. He will now look for a fresh start in Minnesota as one of its starting cornerbacks.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Going to injured reserve

    The Cardinals placed Murphy (back) on injured reserve Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Sidelined since Week 10 with a lingering back issue, Murphy now will miss the rest of the campaign with the Cards out of the playoff picture. The 2019 second-round pick thus will finish his fourth season as a pro with 36 tackles, two fumble recoveries (one returned for a TD) and a half sack in nine appearances. Murphy will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, so it remains to be seen where he'll be suiting up next fall.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Remains out

    Murphy (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup against Tampa Bay, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Murphy will miss a sixth straight game due to a back injury. Antonio Hamilton (back) is questionable, so if he joins Murphy on the sidelines, Christian Matthew and Jace Whittaker would be candidates for increased roles again.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Still out

    Murphy (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup against the Broncos, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Murphy didn't practice at all during Week 15 prep, so it's not surprising to see him ruled out for a fifth straight game. Antonio Hamilton (back/illness), who'd been filling in for Murphy, and Marco Wilson (neck) are listed as questionable, so Arizona's secondary may be extremely depleted against Russell Wilson and Denver's offense.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Remains sidelined in practice

    Murphy (back) was a non-participant in the Cardinals' practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Murphy has been dealing with a back injury since last October, which has left him sidelined during each of Arizona's last three games. Despite coming off a bye Week 13, the 24-year-old cornerback is still considered day-to-day heading into Monday's game against the Patriots, per Urban. Murphy will now have two more opportunities to work his way back into practice, or else Antonio Hamilton could be tapped to start his fourth consecutive game Week 14.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Ruled out for Monday

    Murphy (back) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup against the 49ers, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Murphy is slated to miss a second straight game due to a back injury. In his absence, Antonio Hamilton drew the start opposite Marco Wilson, while Trayvon Mullen operated as the slot cornerback.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Doesn't practice Thursday

    Murphy (back) was listed as a non-participant on the Cardinals' injury report Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Murphy has been dealing with a lingering back injury since late October, which kept him sidelined for the first time this season during Sunday's win over the Rams. According to Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com, the cornerback would not give a definitive statement on his status for the Cardinals' Week 11 game versus the 49ers, though he did say that the extra day to prepare ahead of Monday Night Football will definitely play a factor in his availability. Murphy is also still receiving treatment for this back issue, and he'll have two more practices to increase his activity before Saturday's final injury report.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Considered day-to-day

    Murphy is expected to undergo tests on his back Monday, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Murphy missed Sunday's win over the Rams due to the injury, which was his first missed game of the season. The fourth-year pro was unable to practice last week, and despite the need for tests on his back, it seems like he does have a chance to play Week 11 against the 49ers, considering Klingsburry referred to him as day-to-day.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Questionable against Rams

    Murphy (back) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Murphy didn't practice this week due to his back injury, but he'll still be in the mix to play during Sunday's Week 10 matchup. If he's unavailable, Trayvon Mullen and Antonio Hamilton should see increased playing time.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Ready to go Sunday

    Murphy (illness) is active Sunday against the Chiefs, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Murphy landed on the injury report Friday due to the illness. He's expected to start across from fellow cornerback Marco Wilson, as the Cardinals take on the Chiefs' retooled passing attack.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Nursing foot injury

    Murphy was a limited participant at Thursday's practice due to a foot injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Murphy played through the injury Sunday against the Bears and recorded his fourth interception of the season. The fact the 23-year-old is practicing to begin the week indicates he didn't aggravate the issue and is on track to play Monday versus the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Fourth INT of season

    Murphy recorded six tackles (four solo) along with half a sack and an interception in Sunday's 33-22 win over the Bears on Sunday. Murphy picked off his fourth pass of the season and is now tied for seventh in NFL in interceptions. The young corner was one of four Arizona defenders to pick off Andy Dalton as he solidified the win with a fourth-quarter interception. Murphy and the rest of the Arizona defense gets a much tougher matchup next Monday night against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Will be available Sunday

    Murphy (foot) is active Sunday against the Bears, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official website reports. Murphy landed on the injury report Friday with a foot injury, but it won't keep him out of Sunday's contest. The 2019 second-round pick has played at least 80.0 percent of the Cardinals' defensive snaps in all but one game this season, but it's unclear if his role will be limited due to the recent foot issue.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Picks up foot injury

    Murphy is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears due to a foot injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. It's apparently a fresh injury, as Murphy was absent from the injury report until working as a limited participant Friday. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, but the recency of the issue puts his availability in question for Sunday's contest.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Returns for limited practice

    Murphy (ribs) logged a limited practice Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Murphy missed the Cardinals' Week 5 contest against the 49ers and did not practice Wednesday. However, he logged a limited session Thursday and is expected to return for Sunday's matchup against the Browns. In four games this season, Murphy has totaled 14 tackles, six passes defended and two interceptions.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Healthy tackle total as rookie

    Murphy compiled 78 tackles (66 solo), 10 pass defenses and one interception in 16 games during his rookie campaign. A 2019 second-round pick, Murphy put up a healthy tackle total but mostly struggled in his first year as a pro. Specifically, he gave up a league-worst nine touchdown passes in coverage, which helped contribute to the Cardinals giving up the second most (38) in the NFL. Murphy thus received an unsightly 48.8 grade from Pro Football Focus. Because he ranked second on the team in defensive snap share (97.6 percent), he seemingly will be afforded every opportunity to prove Arizona's investment in him.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Records three tackles Week 15

    Murphy had three solo tackles during Sunday's 38-24 victory versus the Browns. Murphy played a season-low 75 percent of the offensive snaps Week 14 against the Steelers, the result of a calf injury. He put the issue behind him last Thursday and Friday with full practice sessions and backed it up by missing just one of 70 defensive snaps this past Sunday. Murphy's tackle total marked his second fewest of the season, so he'll look to get back on track Week 16 in Seattle.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Limited by calf issue

    Murphy (calf) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. Murphy played through the calf injury after originally being considered questionable for this past Sunday's loss to the Steelers, though he was limited to a 75 percent share of the Cardinals' defensive snaps. Murphy hasn't missed a single game throughout his rookie campaign, but Kevin Peterson (shoulder) could be in line for additional work if the former were to stick to the sideline in Week 15.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Listed as questionable

    Murphy (calf) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Steelers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Murphy was limited in Friday's practice due to a calf injury. The rookie second-round pick has played at least 95 percent of snaps on defense in all 12 contests this season, and there's not yet any reason to believe his role is in danger of changing Week 14. Still, a final decision on his availability for Sunday's contest against Pittsburgh will be worth monitoring.
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  • Cardinals' Byron Murphy: Season-high nine stops

    Murphy recorded nine tackles (eight solo) and a pass breakup in Sunday's 26-23 win over the Bengals. This was Murphy's highest tackle count of the season. Of course, this means Murphy is allowing a lot of passes to get completed on his watch, but he provides a decent IDP floor against pass-heavy offenses.
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