GLENDALE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has tested positive for COVID-19 and is expected to miss a minimum of five days unless he tests negative sooner, the State said Monday. coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Murray’s symptoms were “minor”, said Kingsbury, who had just texted Murray but hadn’t spoken to him since testing positive. Murray felt “really poor” with cold symptoms before taking a test. Murray can return to the field before five days if he tests negative, Kingsbury said.
Murray missed practice Saturday with wrist pain and could miss five of six practices this week, or more, if he doesn’t return sooner. Kingsbury said Murray was the only player to test positive at this training camp, but a few players tested positive in the spring.