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Trace McSorley Appears at QB for Cardinals Against Rams

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Former Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley made an appearance for the Arizona Cardinals in their game against the Los Angeles Rams, replacing the injured Colt McCoy for one series.

He didn’t throw any passes, and the Cardinals beat the Rams, 27-17.

McCoy himself is filling in for starter Kyler Murray, who is dealing with a hamstring injury he suffered last week in Arizona’s 31-21 loss to the Seattle.

McCoy went 20 for 31 for 157 yards and a touchdown before he came out of the LA game.

McSorley, up until Saturday, was the all-time passing leader for Penn State. Sean Clifford passed him early in Penn State’s 33-0 win over Maryland.

Before Sunday, McSorley hadn’t had any game action since 2020 when he appeared for the Baltimore Ravens in a Monday Night game against the Cleveland Browns.

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