Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is on the comeback trail after his ACL injury last season.
Murray played 11 games before injury struck, and Arizona struggled mightly when he went down.
Given that the Cardinals have invested so much money into the quarterback position with Kyler.
It makes sense that the franchise is playing the slow game with him.
The latest word of the next phase of Murray's recovery is out, and he will be sitting for a while.
With the nature of the injury, the Cardinals will not want to put Murray in harm's way at all by putting him in games earlier than he needs to be.
Thus, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cardinals have placed Kyler Murray on the PUP list, which means he will miss at least the first four games of this season.
Considering that most ACL injuries take between nine and 12 months to get over, and Murray hurt his knee in December, he is approaching that threshold now.
But Arizona is clearly being patient, and there is no need to rush him back, considering many are of the thought that the Cardinals are re-building this year.