James Conner is back at practice for the Arizona Cardinals and is expected to return to the lineup on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Conner has been on injured reserve since Week 5 with a knee injury.

“James looked good today,” Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said. “He’s been very diligent in his rehab, and we’re excited to have him back.”

Conner’s return is a boost for the Cardinals offense, which has struggled without him. Conner is a versatile running back who can run between the tackles and catch passes out of the backfield.

Kyler Murray Takes All First-Team Reps

In other Cardinals news, Kyler Murray took all of the first-team quarterback reps in practice on Wednesday. Murray has been on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list since the start of the season, but he was designated to return this week.

“Kyler looked sharp today,” Kingsbury said. “He’s made a lot of progress in his rehab, and we’re confident that he’s ready to go.”

Murray’s return is a major boost for the Cardinals offense. Murray is a dynamic playmaker who can make plays with his legs and his arm.

What to Expect on Sunday

With Conner and Murray back in the lineup, the Cardinals are expected to be a more explosive offense on Sunday. The Falcons have a struggling defense, so the Cardinals should be able to put up some points.

However, the Falcons are still a dangerous team, and they have a lot of talent on offense. The Cardinals will need to play their best game of the season to win on Sunday.


The Cardinals are getting healthier, and they are hoping that will lead to a win on Sunday. Conner and Murray are two of the team’s best players, and their return is a major boost. The Cardinals will need to play their best game of the season to beat the Falcons, but they are confident that they can get the job done.

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