Kyler Murray leaves Cardinals game with hamstring injury
Kyler Murray was replaced by Brett Hundley at quarterback during the third quarter of Sunday’s Arizona Cardinals-Seattle Seahawks game due to a hamstring injury.
Murray was hurt on a four-yard run in the third quarter that set up the team’s field goal to increase their lead to 20-7. The rookie quarterback was being worked on by trainers on the sideline and Hundley started taking some snaps, indicating a change was coming on the team’s next possession.
When Arizona came onto the field for their second possession of the third quarter, Hundley was in the game. The appearance marked Hundley’s second game action of the season — he threw one pass in an October loss to the Saints.
Murray was 11/18 for 118 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 40 yards prior to his injury, which had him questionable to return.