SEATTLE -- With the bye week approaching, Kyler Murray will sit out one more game.
The Cardinals quarterback is inactive Sunday against the Seahawks because of his ankle injury, meaning Colt McCoy will make his third straight start.
Coach Kliff Kingsbury had said it would be a game-day decision on Friday. Murray had said he would play if he were able to play.
Both Murray and Hopkins are expected to be back in the first game after the bye, Dec. 5 in Chicago.
Instead, the Cards will have gone through the month of November without their starting quarterback or their top wide receiver. DeAndre Hopkins had already been ruled out for the Seahawks with his hamstring injury.
Offensive lineman Max Garcia is active and is expected to start at right guard, while defensive lineman Corey Peters, who had also been questionable, is also active. The Cardinals have no healthy scratches on their inactive list this week:
- QB Kyler Murray (ankle)
- WR DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring)
- RB Jonathan Ward (concussion)
- S James Wiggins (knee)
- G Justin Pugh (calf)
The weekly Maxx Williams tweet is also here, as the tight end has decided to get interactive: