Trace McSorley comes in for injured Colt McCoy for Arizona Cardinals vs. Rams
The Arizona Cardinals came into the Week 10 matchup versus the Los Angeles Rams without their starting quarterback in Kyler Murray. In the third quarter, Arizona is having to replace another quarterback in Colt McCoy due to an injury as former Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley has stepped in to finish the game.
With Colt McCoy injured, #AZCardinals QB Trace McSorley is in.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 13, 2022
Through three quarters, Arizona had led Los Angeles 17-10 in a battle without starting quarterbacks to be in third place of the NFC West. The Rams are also without their starting quarterback in Matthew Stafford.
After graduating from Penn State, the Baltimore Ravens drafted McSorley in the sixth round (197th overall pick) in the 2019 NFL Draft.
McSorley spent the first three years of his NFL career with Baltimore from 2019 to the middle of last season. Arizona signed McSorley off Baltimore’s practice roster on November 22nd, 2021.
This game will be the first meaningful snaps for McSorley as a member of the Arizona Cardinals and potentially give them an important NFC West Divisional win.