Kyler Murray Knee Rehab Progress

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From his Instagram today.










What a slacker.
 

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From his Instagram today.










What a slacker.
That was only 14 seconds. What does he do the rest of the day????
 

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Having done this, it’s amazing how much faster rehab moves now. He’s obviously being aggressive. If you’ve never done this, the rehab is similar to full knee replacement, starting the pedaling is both difficult and very painful. Maybe Murray will emerge tougher. I’m impressed.
 

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Over/Under: Kyler Murray Missed Games 2023

I'll say 4
I say none…. If AP can do it in 7-8 months in his 30s as a RB I’d say it’s highly possible. Heck Joe Burrow started the season after a very late season ending ACL injury.

Kyler may be short and May panic too much. May not study enough. But he is definitely a very young and truly elite athlete. Gym time is the one thing he is definitely good at. Strengthening that leg and rehabbing shouldn’t be much of an issue imo. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him out there week one at all.
 
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I say none…. If AP can do it in 7-8 months in his 30s as a RB I’d say it’s highly possible. Heck Joe Burrow started the season after a very late season ending ACL injury.

Kyler may be short and May panic too much. May not study enough. But he is definitely a very young and truly elite athlete. Gym time is the one thing he is definitely good at. Strengthening that leg and rehabbing shouldn’t be much of an issue imo. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him out there week one at all.
I want to say 0, as well, mainly due to how he looked yesterday and I thought of the AP comparison, too. My heart tells me he can probably be ready sometime during camp, but my brain is telling me they may start him on PUP, which would be 4 games.
 

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LOL. Fans sucked by a team produced video. Maybe they can make a web series on it like they did for Andre Ellington.

Worked out great!
 

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Having done this, it’s amazing how much faster rehab moves now. He’s obviously being aggressive. If you’ve never done this, the rehab is similar to full knee replacement, starting the pedaling is both difficult and very painful. Maybe Murray will emerge tougher. I’m impressed.

I say none…. If AP can do it in 7-8 months in his 30s as a RB I’d say it’s highly possible. Heck Joe Burrow started the season after a very late season ending ACL injury.

Kyler may be short and May panic too much. May not study enough. But he is definitely a very young and truly elite athlete. Gym time is the one thing he is definitely good at. Strengthening that leg and rehabbing shouldn’t be much of an issue imo. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him out there week one at all.

LOL. Fans sucked by a team produced video. Maybe they can make a web series on it like they did for Andre Ellington.

Worked out great!
I want to say 0, as well, mainly due to how he looked yesterday and I thought of the AP comparison, too. My heart tells me he can probably be ready sometime during camp, but my brain is telling me they may start him on PUP, which would be 4 games.
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I would expect quad weakness at this stage. Many docs do a full nerve block on the leg nowadays and I can tell the quad suffers. As to the pedaling, it looked free and easy with good speed. Not sure how his endurance is, but range of motion looked good. I didn’t mean to imply it was record setting, but he’s moving along at a solid pace. I was also pointing out how different this recovery used to be.
 
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