Floyd (hamstring) reeled in one of two targets for 14 yards during Sunday's victory at San Francisco. When Floyd recorded a catch early in the first quarter, owners could have led themselves to believe that his hamstring injury wasn't an issue. However, he received just one target the rest of the way, while playing 51 of the Cardinals' 80 offensive snaps, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix. Floyd's practice participation this week will shed light into his current level of health, but it wouldn't surprise if he requires a few weeks to reach 100 percent.
Floyd (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game in San Francisco, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Making his return from a one-game absence, Floyd could merely be an emergency option for the receiving corps, as John Brown (hamstring) was in Week 8. On the other hand, Floyd is facing a secondary that has allowed 11 touchdown grabs to wide receivers this season, which could help the fourth-year pro reach the end zone for a fifth consecutive contest.
Floyd (hamstring) is expected to play Sunday against the 49ers, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Floyd, who has scored in his last four games, missed last Sunday's game against the Bengals and was unable to practice fully this week due to the ailment. He's the least healthy of the Cardinals't three wideouts, though he's clearly a popular option for quarterback Carson Palmer, as evidenced be his back-to-back games with over 100 yards.
Floyd (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in San Francisco, CSN Bay Area reports. A limited participant throughout the week of practice, Floyd should be available for Sunday's game, according to Darren Urban of the team's official website. However, Floyd seems to be the least healthy of Arizona's three main wide receivers, and the matchup probably won't require high volume from the passing game. Assuming he suits up and doesn't suffer a setback, Floyd will be a much more attractive option in Week 13 against the Rams.
Floyd (hamstring) was limited in practice Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. The appearance at practice marks Floyd's first since sustaining a hamstring injury in Week 10. While an uninhibited showing before week's end would clear up any doubt about his odds of suiting up Sunday at San Francisco, the Cardinals are more apt to make him a game-time call. In particular, head coach Bruce Arians mentioned Monday that Floyd must "open up and go" in order to play in Week 12.
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