Cardinals don’t activate QB Kyler Murray vs. Ravens

Kyler Murray hasn’t played since tearing the ACL in his right knee last December

The Cardinals have until Nov. 8 to activate injured quarterback Kyler Murray

The Arizona Cardinals did not activate quarterback Kyler Murray for Sunday’s home game against the Baltimore Ravens, instead leaving him on the physically unable to perform list.

Murray had been listed Friday as doubtful for the game after being a full participant Thursday and Friday and left off the injury report.

“He’s fully healthy,” Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon said Friday.

Murray hasn’t played since tearing the ACL in his right knee on Dec. 12 and, after surgery this year, has been on the PUP list. Then he was designated to return on Oct. 18, opening the 21-day window until Nov. 8 to add him to the 53-man roster. Joshua Dobbs will remain the starter Sunday.

The Cardinals placed starting left guard Elijah Wilkinson (neck) on injured reserve Saturday, creating a roster spot. Wilkinson, 28, has started six games this season, his first with Arizona after stints with the Denver Broncos (2017-20), Chicago Bears (2021) and Atlanta Falcons (2022).

The team signed wide receiver Andre Baccellia from the practice squad, and elevated running back Damien Williams and defensive lineman Ben Stille from the practice squad for game day.

Baccellia, 26, played in eight games last season and caught seven passes for 45 yards. He could fill in for wide receiver Greg Dortch, who sustained an ankle injury in practice Friday and is listed as questionable for the game.

–Field Level Media