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Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Bruce Arians
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense1st119.7 (10th)297.6 (4th)
Defense3rd93.5 (6th)228.7 (8th)
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9Barkley, Matt QB6-22279/8/19903USC
28Bethel, Justin CB6-02006/17/19904Presbyterian
12Brown, John WR5-111794/3/19902Pittsburg State
13Brown, Jaron WR6-22051/8/19903Clemson
20Bucannon, Deone SS6-12118/30/19922Washington State
2Butler, Drew P6-12175/10/19893Georgia
93Campbell, Calais DE6-83009/1/19868Miami (Fla.)
7Catanzaro, Chandler K6-32002/26/19912Clemson
61Cooper, Jonathan G6-23111/19/19903North Carolina
38Ellington, Andre RB5-91992/3/19893Clemson
85Fells, Darren TE6-72814/22/19862California-Irvine
11Fitzgerald, Larry WR6-32188/31/198312Pittsburgh
15Floyd, Michael WR6-222011/27/19894Notre Dame
54Freeney, Dwight LB6-12682/19/198014Syracuse
59Fua, Alani OLB6-52341/1/1992RBrigham Young
10Golden, Brittan WR5-111867/20/19882West Texas A&M
44Golden, Markus OLB6-22603/13/1991RMissouri
84Gresham, Jermaine TE6-52606/16/19886Oklahoma
95Gunter, Rodney NT6-53051/19/1992RDelaware State
74Humphries, D.J. T6-530712/28/1993RFlorida
76Iupati, Mike G6-53315/12/19876Idaho
22Jefferson, Tony SS5-112121/27/19923Oklahoma
31Johnson, David RB6-122412/16/1991RNorthern Iowa
26Johnson, Rashad FS5-112041/2/19867Alabama
23Johnson, Chris RB5-112039/23/19858East Carolina
62Larsen, Ted G6-23056/13/19876North Carolina State
82Leach, Mike LS6-223510/18/197616William & Mary
96Martin, Kareem LB6-62722/19/19922North Carolina
70Massie, Bobby T6-63168/1/19894Mississippi
32Mathieu, Tyrann FS5-91865/13/19923Louisiana State
97Mauro, Josh NT6-62822/17/19912Stanford
51Minter, Kevin MLB6-024612/3/19903Louisiana State
27Nelson, Robert DB5-91752/16/19902Arizona State
14Nelson, J.J. WR5-101604/24/1992RAlabama-Birmingham
87Niklas, Troy TE6-62709/18/19922Notre Dame
57Okafor, Alex OLB6-42612/8/19913Texas
3Palmer, Carson QB6-523512/27/197913USC
21Peterson, Patrick CB6-12197/11/19905Louisiana State
 Powell, Damond WR5-1118010/31/1992RIowa
25Powers, Jerraud CB5-101877/19/19877Auburn
90Redding, Cory DE6-431811/15/198013Texas
47Riddick, Shaquille LB6-62603/12/1993RWest Virginia
92Rucker, Frostee DE6-32809/14/198310USC
63Sendlein, Lyle C6-33083/16/19849Texas
53Shipley, A.Q. C6-13075/22/19864Penn State
79Sowell, Bradley T6-73156/6/19894Mississippi
5Stanton, Drew QB6-32435/7/19849Michigan State
91Stinson, Ed DT6-42872/15/19902Alabama
30Taylor, Stepfan RB5-92166/9/19913Stanford
68Veldheer, Jared T6-83216/14/19876Hillsdale
78Watford, Earl T6-33006/24/19903James Madison
55Weatherspoon, Sean LB6-224412/29/19876Missouri
94Williams, Xavier DT6-23091/18/1992RNorthern Iowa
56Woodley, LaMarr OLB6-226511/3/19849Michigan
Injured Players
35Brooks, Cariel (IR) DB5-102004/24/1991RAdams State
83Christian, Gerald (IR) TE6-32508/26/1991RLouisville
54Demens, Kenny (IR) ILB6-12422/4/19902Michigan
79Fullington, John (IR) G6-53005/30/19911Washington State
80Momah, Ifeanyi (IR) TE6-725510/23/19891Boston College
34Person, Brandon (IR) DB6-02208/9/1991RTiffin University
98Peters, Corey (IR) DT6-33056/8/19886Kentucky
94Wagenmann, Zack (IR) LB6-32508/8/1992RMontana
Practice Squad
 Bostick, Brandon TE6-32505/3/19893Newberry
 Byndom, Carrington DB6-01807/7/19921Texas
 Eskridge, Durell FS6-320712/17/1991RSyracuse
 Hughes, Robert RB5-112356/21/19893Notre Dame
41Martin, Gabe LB6-22366/5/1992RBowling Green State
60McClain, Antoine G6-533612/6/19892Clemson
 Pierre, Olsen DE6-42938/27/1991RMiami (Fla.)
16Shipley, Jaxon WR6-01907/17/1992RTexas
 White, Kevin CB5-101747/15/1992RTexas Christian
 Williams, Kerwynn RB5-81986/9/19912Utah State
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
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Position Listing
Lyle Sendlein
The Cardinals signed free agent center Lyle Sendlein on Friday, per ESPN

Sendlein played for the Cardinals for the last eight years, but he was released in March. 

Coach Bruce Arians said that Sendlein won't compete for the starting job. "It's just another guy in competition," he said. "He's coming in to compete for the job. We'll always look for the best available guys to add to the group."

Kevin White
No Updates
Corey Peters
Cardinals defensive lineman Corey Peters suffered a torn left Achilles and will miss the 2015 season, coach Bruce Arians said Thursday.

Peters, who inked a three-year deal in the offseason, was slated to start at nose tackle. In his first five seasons -- all with the Falcons -- he totaled 146 tackles and 11 sacks.

Achilles - IR. Out for season
Gabe Martin
No Updates
Olsen Pierre
No Updates
Rodney Gunter
The Cardinals signed two draft picks on Wednesday, the team announced

Second-rounder linebacker Markus Golden and fourth-round defensive end Rodney Gunter both signed contracts with the team.  

Durell Eskridge
The Jets lost three players to concussions and three others to an assortment of injuries in Friday's preseason game against Atlanta, per ESPN.

Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley, safety Durell Eskridge and running back Daryl Richardson all left with concussions.

Offensive tackle Ben Ijalana left the game with a knee injury. Shaq Evans sprained his back, and Sashaun Phillips hurt his ribs.

Shaquille Riddick
Cardinals draft pick Shaquille Riddick sat out Monday's practice with a sore hamstring. 

Riddick has missed at least one practice each of the last three weeks with the nagging injury, and coach Bruce Arians is losing patience. 

“You can’t make any progress sitting over there in the training room,” Arians said, per ESPN

Kevin Minter
Minter amassed a career-high 10 tackles during Sunday's win versus the Bengals.

Under the direction of defensive coordinator James Bettcher, the unit has mined its depth to ensure that the first two levels were fresh, save for its two inside linebackers: the do-it-all Deone Bucannon and Minter. A 2013 second-round pick, Minter bided his time before earning a regular role this season, accounting for 92 percent of the defensive snaps (612 of 667, to be exact). The workload has equated to the second-most tackles (61) on the Cardinals behind Bucannon's 71, but with nary a contribution otherwise (just a forced fumble), Minter must provide more outbursts like Sunday's to approach the outer tier of IDP contributors.

Zack Wagenmann
Foot - IR. Out for season
Carrington Byndom
A quartet of injured Panthers have landed on their inactive list for the Sunday game against the Browns. Among them are running back DeAngelo Williams (hand), cornerback Carrington Byndom (hamstring), linebacker A.J. Klein (knee) and guard Amini Silatolu (knee).

The healthy scratches are safety Robert Lester, defensive tackle Kyle Love and offensive tackle David Foucault.

Brandon Person
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians announced Monday safety Brandon Person will miss the 2015 season after suffering a torn ACL in the preseason opener against the Chiefs.
Knee - IR. Out for season
Deone Bucannon
Bucannon collected eight solo tackles, including two tackles for loss and one sack, and recovered a fumble in Sunday's victory against the Bengals.

Bucannon was a man possessed in Week 11, wreaking havoc at all levels of the defense from his assumed role at inside linebacker. While he's paced the Cardinals with 71 tackles, he's also sacked Russell Wilson and Andy Dalton in back-to-back weeks, further augmenting his IDP value. After handling all 76 defensive snaps Sunday, Bucannon has yet to leave the field this season, meaning opportunity should continue to knock on a weekly basis.

Robert Nelson
The Browns listed cornerback Joe Haden (shoulder) and linebacker Karlos Dansby (knee) as questionable for Sunday’s game at Carolina. Haden was able to practice Friday on a limited basis.

Also listed as questionable are Gary Barnidge (ribs), Marlon Moore (knee), Robert Nelson (hamstring) and Jabaal Sheard (foot).

The Browns ruled K’Waun Williams (hamstring) and Tashaun Gipson (knee) as out. Wide receiver Andrew Hawkins (illness) is the only player listed as probable.

The Browns are 3 ½ point underdogs to the Panthers.

Ted Larsen
Cardinals offensive lineman Mike Iupati (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

After undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on Aug. 20, Iupati will wait another week to make his Cardinals debut. In his place, Ted Larsen will again start at left guard.

Tony Jefferson
Jefferson posted 12 tackles (eight solo), two forced fumbles, and one pass defended in Sunday's domination of the Lions.

Jefferson was involved in two of the Lions' four first-half turnovers, the last of which resulted in the Cardinals' fourth touchdown of the second quarter. He was otherwise around the ball frequently, as Detroit's one-dimensional offense racked up 70 pass attempts, handing a number of tackle opportunities to the Cards' secondary. Still, he logged 72 of 95 defensive snaps (76 percent), which was a slight boost in his usage (64 percent) from the first four games of the season, meaning his output is likely dependent on the opponent on a weekly basis.

Stepfan Taylor
Cardinals running backs Kerwynn Williams, Stepfan Taylor, Marion Grice and Robert Hughes could do little to nothing in Arizona's 27-16 loss to the Panthers Saturday. Arizona's running backs had 15 carries for 27 yards and one touchdown in defeat.

Grice had just one carry for one yard and a touchdown. It was initally called a fumble on the field, with the ball popping out as Grice stretched for the end zone. However, it was overturned and called a touchdown.

The Cardinals have been unable to get anything going on the ground the past few weeks, averaging 1.86 yards per carry in Arizona's last two outings.

Gerald Christian
The Cardinals announced on Monday that they have signed third-round draft pick David Johnson and seventh-round selection Gerald Christian .

Johnson was able to gain recognition for his on-field talents despite playing college football at Northern Iowa. He was a first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference in 2013 and 2014 while running for back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. 

Christian was a third-team all-ACC tight end at Louisvile in 2014. 

Knee - IR. Out for season
Chandler Catanzaro
Catanzaro was successful on all four extra points and both field goals, including the game-winner from 32 yards, during Sunday's win against the Bengals.

Catanzaro's quiet start to the contest was a direct result of a scuffling offense that handed him only one extra-point attempt, but Carson Palmer emerged from halftime with a fire in his belly, firing three touchdowns in the third quarter alone. After striking true on that trio of point-afters, he kept the Cardinals afloat with a 24-yard field goal at the 6:27 mark of the fourth quarter to push the lead to 10. However, the deficit was quickly wiped away, before Palmer drove the length of the field with a minute remaining to set Catanzaro up for the game-sealing kick. Sunday's 10-point effort has thus pushed Catanzaro to 92 on the season, which is good for fifth-most in the NFL.

Brittan Golden
The Cardinals have deemed the following players as inactive for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Panthers: Drew Stanton, Brittan Golden , Chris Clemons , Jonathan Cooper, Alameda Ta'amu, Anthony Steen , and Kareem Martin.

Cooper has missed the past two games for Arizona with a wrist injury.

The Cardinals are 5 1/2-point underdogs for Saturday's game.

Larry Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald (ankle) is listed as active Sunday versus the Bengals, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

The Cardinals entered Sunday's game with questions surrounding the availability of wideouts Michael Floyd (hamstring) and John Brown (hamstring), but no such concerns enveloped Fitzgerald. With Floyd sidelined and Brown suiting up, Fitzgerald's relative health likely makes him the most reliable option of the active duo, per usual.

Justin Bethel
Bethel (foot) is listed as active Sunday at Cleveland, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

The opportunity existed for Bethel to start at cornerback this week, but Jerraud Powers brushed off his Grade 2 hamstring strain in order to cover his typical starting spot opposite Patrick Peterson. While Bethel could assume a greater role on defense, especially if Powers requires the occasional breather, special teams will likely account for the bulk of his snaps yet again.

Frostee Rucker
The Cardinals have signed veteran defensive lineman Frostee Rucker to a one-year extension, per NFL.com Insider Ian Rapoport.

Rucker, who is entering his third season with Arizona, has played in all but one game over the last four years. He started eight last season and contributed a career-high five sacks.

Tyrann Mathieu
Mathieu (heel) is active for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

The Cardinals' secondary boasts some banged-up players, including Mathieu, but their relative depth should keep them fresh for this Week 6 contest. With a stat-laden line through five outings -- 29 tackles, two interceptions (including one pick-six), and a forced fumble -- he should continue to be trotted out in IDP formats.

Markus Golden
Golden notched three solo tackles, including a strip sack, during Sunday's victory versus the Bengals.

In an attempt to keep his pass rushers fresh, defensive coordinator James Bettcher has capped their weekly reps, and Golden hasn't been an exception. The first full sack of the rookie's career occurred as the Bengals were gaining momentum in the fourth quarter, resulting in a chip-shot, 24-yard field goal for Chandler Catanzaro. That play aside, Golden has accrued only one other sack among 19 tackles (13 solo), as he's managed to pick up just over 50 percent (333 of 665) of the Cardinals' defensive snaps in 2015.

John Fullington
A left knee injury sustained during practice Wednesday has caused guard John Fullington to lose his job with the Cardinals. He has been waived/injured.

Fullington was signed to the team's practice squad last December.

Patrick Peterson
Head coach Bruce Arians considers Peterson day-to-day following the ankle injury suffered in Sunday night's win against the Bengals, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

Peterson was in tip-top shape for the majority of the contest, containing A.J. Green to two catches for 24 yards, one pass break-up, and a defensive holding penalty on the six passes on which they were matched up, according to Pro Football Focus. However, Peterson injured his ankle in the waning minutes, which contributed to a breakdown of the Cardinals' pass defense. While the team awaits the result of an MRI, his status will remain in question.

Ankle - Left Week 11 vs. Cincinnati
D.J. Humphries
The Cardinals signed their last remaining unsigned draft pick on Monday. The team signed offensive lineman D.J. Humphries to a four-year, $8.9 million deal, with a $4.74 million bonus, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Humphries was the 24th overall pick in the 2015 draft out of the University of Florida. 

A.Q. Shipley
The Cardinals announced that they've signed center A.Q. Shipley to a two-year contract on Wednesday. 

Shipley started five of the 15 games he appeared in for the Colts in 2014, the only season he was with the team. Prior to joining Indianapolis, Shipley spent the 2013 season with the Ravens and started nine games at guard. Shipley also had a previous stint with the Colts in 2012. 

J.J. Nelson
Nelson is inactive for Sunday's contest in Seattle, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

In the Cardinals' last game in Week 8, Nelson took advantage of an active but unused John Brown (hamstring), corralling three of four passes for 70 yards. With Brown back in action and Patrick Peterson handling punt returns, Nelson isn't needed as a receiver or returner as the second half of the season commences.

Carson Palmer
Palmer directed the Cardinals to a 34-20 victory Sunday in Cleveland, completing 23-of-38 passes for four touchdowns and one interception.

After falling behind 20-7 at the 4:56 mark of the second quarter, Palmer guided his squad to three touchdowns and two field goals over the final eight drives, not including two kneel downs to clinch the contest. In the process, he connected with seven different receivers, with Michael Floyd (four catches for 106 yards and one touchdown) leading the way for the first time in 2015. While becoming the first Cardinals quarterback to toss four touchdowns twice in the same season, Palmer has also reached the 300-yard threshold five times through the mid-point of the season.

Damond Powell
The Cardinals have placed wide receiver Damond Powell on the waivers/Non-Football Injury (NFI) list, according to Fox Sports 910.

Powell, who played at Iowa, was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.

Face - NFI. Out indefinitely
Mike Iupati
Cardinals offensive guard Mike Iupati (knee) is listed as active Sunday versus the Rams, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Making his Cardinals debut, Iupati will enter the starting lineup at left guard. The return of arguably the most adept run blocker on the team should help sustain, and perhaps even augment, the league's 13th-ranked offense on the ground entering Week 4.

Cory Redding
The Cardinals announced that they've signed defensive end Cory Redding to a two-year contract on Wednesday. 

Redding, 34, spent the past three seasons with the Colts and tallied 3 1/2 sacks in 2014. Redding started his career in Detroit after being selected in the third round of the 2003 draft. He spent the 2010 and 2011 seasons with the Ravens. 

Ankle - Missed Week 11 vs. Cincinnati
Kareem Martin
What was rumored is now official. The Cardinals are moving Kareem Martin from defensive end to outside linebacker despite his 6-foot-6, 270-pound frame, per CBSSports.com NFL Insider Pat Kirwan.

Martin started two of the 11 games in which he played last season. He contributed eight tackles and one sack.

Earl Watford
The Cardinals declared guard Earl Watford, tight end Darren Fells, linebackers Desmond Bishop (hamstring) and Glenn Carson, defensive tackle Ed Stinson (toe), defensive end Josh Mauro and running back Kerwynn Williams inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Jonathan Cooper
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said guard Jonathan Cooper will move from left guard to right guard, per ESPN.

"It’s no reflection on Coop in terms of disappointment," Keim told reporters at the NFL meetings on Monday.

The Cardinals recently signed former 49ers guard Mike Iupati in free agency, thus moving Cooper to the right side.

Cooper, 25, was a first-round selection by the team in 2014. He started two of the 10 games that he played in last season.

Kenny Demens
The Cardinals have listed the following players as inactive for Thursday's Week 15 matchup with the Rams: safety Tyrann Mathieu (thumb), guards Paul Fanaika (ankle) and Anthony Steen, defensive ends Josh Mauro and Kareem Martin, defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu and linebacker Kenny Demens.

Mathieu and Fanaika had been previously ruled out, while the team's other players on the final injury report are all active.

Brandon Bostick
The Vikings have claimed former Packers tight end Brandon Bostick, the team announced on Wednesday.

The 6-foor-3, 250-pound tight end was waived by Green Bay on Monday, about a month after his mistake on an onside kick allowed the Seahawks to come back and win the NFC Championship Game. Bostick spent two seasons with the Packers and registered nine catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns. With the addition of Bostick, the Vikings now have five tight ends on the active roster (Kyle Rudolph, Rhett Ellison, Chase Ford, Ryan Otten).

Darren Fells
Fells recorded his third touchdown of the season during Sunday's victory against the Bengals.

Afforded just two of Carson Palmer's 31 throws, Fells hauled in the first of the quarterback's four passing scores on the evening, despite picking up only 27 of the Cardinals' 60 offensive snaps, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix. Meanwhile, Jermaine Gresham paced the team's tight ends with 41 snaps of his own, yet Palmer didn't look his way even once against their former squad. Because Gresham has earned 48 percent more snaps (114 versus 77) since Fells returned from a two-game absence, the latter must consistently take advantage of his few weekly looks in order to gain the attention of fantasy owners.

Drew Stanton
Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton said his knee is 100 percent recovered and he has no limitations, reports Fox Sports Arizona.

Stanton suffered a right knee injury toward the end of last season.

Andre Ellington
Ellington notched two carries for two yards and one catch (on two targets) for five yards during Sunday's win versus the Bengals.

One week removed from his most fruitful performance of the season, Ellington fell back to earth, despite nearly matching Chris Johnson's snap count (25 versus 33, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix). Once again, Johnson handled the bulk of the work afforded running backs, recording 18 rushes for 63 yards and one reception for two yards on two targets. Meanwhile, rookie David Johnson reached paydirt for the seventh time this season on a 16-yard grab. Under the direction of head coach Bruce Arians, the veteran Johnson is the only guarantee out of the Cardinals' backfield in 2015, while Ellington and David Johnson will be hit-or-miss on a weekly basis.

Kerwynn Williams
Running back Kerwynn Williams was added to the Cardinals' practice squad Wednesday, the team's official site reports. 

Promoted to the Cardinals' active roster in advance of Week 2 to serve as running back depth with Andre Ellington (knee) out of commission, Williams garnered only eight of 59 offensive snaps, which he translated into one carry for three yards.

If Ellington sits out again Sunday versus the 49ers, Williams could again be bumped up to the 53-man roster.

David Johnson
Johnson totaled two carries for nine yards and two receptions for 17 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown, during Sunday's win against the Bengals.

Johnson continues to log far more snaps on special teams than offense -- 18 versus seven, respectively, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix -- but he made his first impact, fantasy-wise, since recording two goal-line touchdowns in a Week 5 blowout victory at Detroit. With seven touchdowns combined (three rushing, three receiving, and one via kickoff return) on the season, he currently leads all rookies in the all-important category. However, Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington otherwise dominate the snaps and touches out of the Cardinals' backfield, which inhibits David Johnson's viability.

Drew Butler
The Cardinals placed punter Dave Zastudil (groin) on injured reserve and promoted punter Drew Butler from the practice squad. Arizona also re-signed linebacker Marcus Benard and added quarterback Dennis Dixon to the practice squad.
LaMarr Woodley
Cardinals linebacker LaMarr Woodley has returned to the Sunday game against the host Bears after leaving briefly with a shoulder issue.
Alani Fua
No Updates
Xavier Williams
No Updates
Matt Barkley
The Eagles traded quarterback Matt Barkley to the Cardinals for a conditional seventh-round pick, ESPN reports. Barkley has appeared in four games in his career and has four interceptions with no touchdowns.
Rashad Johnson
Johnson (ribs) is listed as active Sunday against the Bengals, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Johnson built up to a full practice by week's end, erasing any doubt that he would play in Week 11. His ball-hawking ways have continued in 2015, as he's already corralled four interceptions in nine outings.

Calais Campbell
Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell was a one-man wrecking crew Sunday against the Rams, racking up 11 tackles (10 solo), three tackles for loss, two quarterback hits, and 0.5 sacks.

Campbell was everywhere in Week 4, but the Cardinals' defense itself was unable to force a turnover, after accumulating seven (all interceptions) over the course of the first three weeks of the season. Stuck in the 50-to-75 tackle territory in each of the past five campaigns, he currently has 25 to his credit, which is a career-best pace. On the other side of the coin, the half sack Sunday was his first in the category in 2015, so he has some work to do to uphold his standard (6-to-9 sacks in six consecutive seasons).

Michael Floyd
Head coach Bruce Arians is hopeful that Floyd (hamstring) plays Sunday at San Francisco, but the wide receiver will have to "open up and go" in order to do so, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Floyd continues to feel the effects of a hamstring injury from Week 10, which held him out of all practices in advance of Sunday's game against the Bengals. After a pregame warmup, he was listed on the Cardinals' inactive list, and the team trusted in rookie J.J. Nelson (four catches for 142 yards and one touchdown) to handle Floyd's role in the offense. In the aftermath of the game, Arians told Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site that Floyd "could have played in the red zone, but he couldn't open it up and run." If Floyd is unable to show progress in the form of participation at upcoming practices, he could suffer a similar fate in Week 12.

Hamstring - Missed Week 11 vs. Cincinnati
Ed Stinson
The Cardinals placed defensive end Ed Stinson (toe) on injured reserve and promoted wideout Brittan Golden from the practice squad, the team announced.
Sean Weatherspoon
Cardinals linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is listed as inactive Sunday at Detroit.

Active in the first four games of the season, Weatherspoon earned only 39 total snaps in the first three, before residing on the sideline for the entirety of last Sunday's loss to the Rams.

Robert Hughes
Cardinals running backs Kerwynn Williams, Stepfan Taylor, Marion Grice and Robert Hughes could do little to nothing in Arizona's 27-16 loss to the Panthers Saturday. Arizona's running backs had 15 carries for 27 yards and one touchdown in defeat.

Grice had just one carry for one yard and a touchdown. It was initally called a fumble on the field, with the ball popping out as Grice stretched for the end zone. However, it was overturned and called a touchdown.

The Cardinals have been unable to get anything going on the ground the past few weeks, averaging 1.86 yards per carry in Arizona's last two outings.

Jared Veldheer
The Cardinals will have both Larry Fitzgerald and Tyrann Mathieu Week 16 against the Seahawks.

Both players came into the game listed as probable, and were always expected to play. Fitzgerald is battling a knee injury. Mathieu has a thumb issue.

The team will also have Lorenzo Alexander, Calais Campbell, Paul Fanaika, Larry Foote, Jared Veldheer and Kerwynn Williams for the contest. All six players were listed as probable.

The team's only questionable player, Jaron Brown, is also active. He's dealing with a toe injury.

Jermaine Gresham
Gresham wasn't targeted one time during Sunday's victory versus the Bengals.

Gresham received a large share of the tight-end workload, scooping up 41 of the Cardinals' 60 offensive snaps, but the usage didn't resonate in the box score. Meanwhile, his mate at the position, Darren Fells, picked up the slack with an 18-yard touchdown grab among his 27 snaps. With impressive depth dotting the skill positions in Arizona, the fringe options must milk the touches that arrive on their doorsteps, and neither Gresham nor Fells has stood out for consideration in standard fantasy circles.

Mike Leach
All the Cardinals listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Rams are active. They include cornerback Javier Arenas, running back Andre Ellington, tight end D.C. Jefferson and tight end Mike Leach.
Antoine McClain
The Bills trimmed their active roster down to 53 on Saturday, cutting the following players: LB Xavius Boyd, DT Landon Cohen, TE Dominique Jones, CB Kamaal McIlwain, CB Sam Miller, P Brian Moorman, QB Jordan Palmer, FB Evan Rodriguez, WR Naaman Roosevelt, C Jared Wheeler, QB Jeff Tuel, S Deon Broomfield, LB Jimmy Gaines, WR T.J. Graham, WR Caleb Holley, DE Ikponmwosa Igbinosun, DE Bryan Johnson, S Kenny Ladler, C Doug Legursky and G Antoine McClain.
Dwight Freeney
Freeney (finger) is active for Sunday's game in Cleveland, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Freeney will be employed as a situational pass rusher, which could yield additional fruit as he grows more accustomed to the schemes of defensive coordinator James Bettcher. In two games with the Cardinals, Freeney has racked up two quarterback hits and one sack among two tackles (one solo).

Ifeanyi Momah
Cardinals tight end Ifeanyi Momah , who earned one of the final spots on the team, tore his meniscus Wednesday and will be placed on season-ending injured reserve, per Fox Sports. 

Momah injured his knee during Tuesday's practice. He has been with the Eagles, Brows and Lions since coming out of Boston College, although he has not appeared in a game. 

Knee - IR. Out for season
John Brown
Brown (hamstring) is active for Sunday's contest against the Bengals, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Once again, Brown's practice reps were capped this week due to a lingering hamstring injury, but a pregame workout with the Cardinals' training staff has cleared the second-year wideout to take the field. With Michael Floyd (hamstring) inactive, Brown will team with Fitzgerald to lead the receiving corps in Week 11.

Jerraud Powers
Powers (hamstring) is listed as active Sunday at Cleveland, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

After emerging from Week 7 with a Grade 2 hamstring strain, it was believed that at least a moderate absence was in store for Powers. However, he'll gut out the ailment, as he keeps a hold of his starting gig opposite Patrick Peterson.

Chris Johnson
Johnson gained 58 yards on 25 carries in Sunday's 39-32 win over the Seahawks.

The Cardinals dominated time of possession due to their success through the air, which allowed Johnson to get plenty of carries, even though he found minimal room to run. Andre Ellington handled most of the passing-down work and actually finished as the team's leading rusher, breaking off a 48-yard touchdown to seal the game right around the two-minute warning. Johnson is still going to get most of the early-down work, but he may start to lose a few more snaps and touches to Ellington, plus there's always some chance he'll disappear from the offense if the Cardinals eventually find themselves facing a significant deficit. Johnson gets a middling Week 11 matchup with the Bengals.

Jaron Brown
Brown made three receptions (on five targets) for 38 yards during Sunday's win in Seattle.

Brown was ready when called upon, as he entered following Michael Floyd's hamstring injury in the fourth quarter. With the Cardinals in need of a response after Seattle's defense set up two easy touchdowns, Brown recorded receptions of 10 and 20 yards on the team's first touchdown drive, during which he also broke up a likely interception by Richard Sherman. During Arizona's next possession, Brown made a crucial third-down grab in a drive that ended with Andre Ellington's game-sealing 48-yard touchdown run. If Floyd's injury lingers this week, Brown appears to be the next man up in the offense, which has equated to 14.2 YPC in brief appearances in 2015.

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Alex Okafor
Okafor (calf) is listed as active Sunday at Seattle, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Okafor's recovery from a strained right calf has encompassed three games and the Cardinals' bye week, but he'll again provide a boost to the front seven. In his career, he's displayed modest pass-rushing chops, notching 10 sacks in 19 career games.

Bradley Sowell
The Cardinals signed offensive tackle Bradley Sowell to a one-year deal, the organization announced on Thursday

Sowell, who will enter his fourth NFL season, signed with the Cardinals in 2013. Due to injuries on the offensive line, Sowell started 12 of Arizona's 16 regular-season games. He did not start a game in 2014. 

Bobby Massie
The NFL has suspended Cardinals offensive tackle Bobby Massie for two games after he was found to be in violation of the league's substance abuse policy, reports NFL.com.

Massie was facing a three-game suspension after being arrested while intoxicated and behind the wheel of a vehicle.

Jaxon Shipley
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Josh Mauro
The Cardinals have listed the following players as inactive for Thursday's Week 15 matchup with the Rams: safety Tyrann Mathieu (thumb), guards Paul Fanaika (ankle) and Anthony Steen, defensive ends Josh Mauro and Kareem Martin, defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu and linebacker Kenny Demens.

Mathieu and Fanaika had been previously ruled out, while the team's other players on the final injury report are all active.

Troy Niklas
Niklas tallied two touchdown receptions during Sunday's victory in Cleveland.

Niklas was the beneficiary of two red-zone looks, scoring from 11 yards and one yard, but Carson Palmer otherwise looked elsewhere among his 38 throws. Such is the life of a reserve tight end, though Niklas has picked up increased run during Darren Fells' (shoulder) two-game absence. Niklas' usage during that span has lagged behind current starter Jermaine Gresham -- 43 percent of the offensive snaps, versus 82 percent for the veteran -- a breakdown that likely won't last if Fells is able to return after the Cardinals' Week 9 bye.

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