Photo shows the grueling rehab process for Kyler Murray

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Kyler Murray has been one of the best and most promising young quarterbacks in the NFL since entering the league in 2019.

However, he suffered a torn ACL in Week 14 this season against the New England Patriots, and it is uncertain if he will be ready for training camp or the start of the 2023 campaign. .

Murray shared a photo of his rehabilitation process, and it’s a reminder of how difficult it is to fully recover from such an injury.

A torn ACL is one of the worst injuries an athlete, not just a football player, can sustain, and although the technology regarding the rehabilitation of such an injury has improved over time, it still involves a long process full of hard work.

Athletes can often regain their speed up and down the pitch after such an injury, but sometimes regaining their lateral quickness and outburst is a different story.

Murray’s greatest and most unique strength was his quickness in the open field, which he used to evade defenders and gain ground with his legs.

It’s a talent that has allowed him to record 418 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in 11 games this season, as well as 819 yards and 11 scores during the 2020 season.

Overall, it’s been a frustrating season for his Arizona Cardinals.

They first had to deal with the suspension of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who violated the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, and they are expected to trade him as soon as the offseason officially begins.

Arizona finished the season with a seven-game losing streak, and it ended up finishing with the NFC’s second-worst record.

He’ll have the third overall pick in the NFL Draft in April, and between that and Murray’s eventual return, they hope to return to the playoffs next season.

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