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Arizona Cardinals may be short on tight ends for season finale against Rams

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Thursday has come and gone and the Arizona Cardinals are still taking their time on deciding whether the top pick in the 2019 NFL Draft has finished his season or not.

That’s right, with a real practice occurring on Thursday, the Arizona Cardinals did not change the designation of Kyler Murray and he was still listed as limited on the injury report.

Meanwhile, Charles Clay and Darrell Daniels both seem like they could miss the Sunday finale, so that is something to watch.

Joining Murray as limited was Budda Baker (quad), Chandler Jones (thumb) and surprisingly moving up to limited on Thursday was Justin Pugh who is still trying to get through the season with his back issues.

Pugh is going to play on Sunday, I’d be completely shocked if he didn’t, because it means a lot to him.

Not only is he playing maybe the best ball of his career, but it will be the first time since his rookie season that Pugh starts all 16 games. That’s massive feather in his cap to overcome the injury issues he’s dealt with and play all 16 games. Not only play all 16, but play them well for one of the best rushing offenses in the NFL.

We’ll have the full story on Murray and more on Saturday we hope.