The Facts: Murray will start throwing in person to his teammates this week -- at least, that's what Kliff Kingsbury expects.
Diehards Line: Meanwhile, save for a stop into the team facility Monday morning for a brief time, Kingsbury isn't planning on working in the office even though the NFL has cleared coaches to return. The rest of his coaches haven't come back either. Working remotely with the coaches has been a smooth process, Kingsbury said during a Monday Zoom press call, as have virtual meetings with players. But without players around physically, the Cardinals' coach acknowledged the summer work has about reached its limit. "We're running out of ideas without actually taking it to the field and actually executing it," Kingsbury said. "You can only cover so many things without actually practicing it. We've about reached that point." The NFL sent out a memo Monday outlining the extensive health steps each team must take once players return to their facilities in an effort to protect against the coronavirus. Among the requests: Locker rooms reconfigured so people can stay six feet apart, virtual meetings whenever possible, and masks as a requirement except during athletic activities. "We'll follow those guidelines as best we can," Kingsbury said, noting that all rules could be amended as time goes on.