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We open December with a star-packed Week 13 injury report, one that features big names at every skill position with varying degrees of uncertainty attached to their respective outlooks. On the brighter side, there's also multiple prominent receivers making their returns Sunday, a group headed up by Tyreek Hill. With an abundance of news to cover, let's jump right into the latest as of early Sunday morning:
The Cardinals' Kyler Murray (hamstring) is officially questionable for Sunday's NFC West matchup versus the Rams after being added to the injury report Friday. However, it's worth noting Murray was still listed as a full participant for that session, and per early Sunday morning reports, the star rookie will start against Los Angeles. Brett Hundley, who's thrown just one pass this season but saw action in 11 games with the Packers in 2017, is Murray's backup.
The Broncos activated rookie Drew Lock (thumb) off injured reserve this past week, and as per an early Sunday morning report, he'll start Sunday's game against the Chargers. Lock played in three preseason games this past summer and completed 31 of 51 passes for 254 yards with a touchdown and an interception while also rushing six times for 28 yards. The Missouri product subsequently went on the shelf until