Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray tests positive for COVID-19 play Can Kyler Murray lead the Cardinals to a Super Bowl? (1:48) Bart Scott worries that a weak defense will hurt Kyler Murray's chances of leading Arizona to a Super Bowl. (1:48) 4:05 PM ET Josh WeinfussESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray tested positive for COVID-19 and is expected to miss a minimum of next five days unless he tests negative sooner, coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday. Murray's symptoms are "minor" as of now, said Kingsbury, who has just texted with Murray but hasn't talked to him since his positive test. Murray felt "really poor" with cold-like symptoms before taking a test. Murray can return to the field sooner than five days if he tests negative, Kingsbury said. Murray missed Saturday's practice with a sore wrist and could miss five of six practices this week, or more, if he doesn't return before then. Kingsbury said Murray is the only player to test positive this training camp but a couple of players tested positive in the spring.