Recent Games

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Sep 18, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 11, 2022 0 0 0 0 0

Fantasy Stats

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2021 33 3.67 3 34 60.5
2020 0.00 1 11 1 70.5
3y Avg. 16 4.00 2 22 0 30.2

Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: No injury designation for Week 1

    Ward (shoulder) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's season opener against the Chiefs, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward was limited Wednesday and Thursday but logged a full practice Friday and will be good to go for Week 1. The third-year running back has appeared in 27 games over the last two seasons, but he's operated primarily on special teams.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Close to 100 percent

    Ward (shoulder) practiced Monday and is close to 100 percent, Jose M. Romero of the Arizona Republic reports. Ward sustained a shoulder injury during the Cardinals' second preseason game in mid-August, and he's been considered day-to-day recently. It's not yet clear whether he faced any limitations during Monday's practice session, but it seems like he has a chance to be back to full health in time for the Cardinals' Week 1 matchup against Kansas City on Sunday.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Remains day-to-day

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that Ward (shoulder) remains day-to-day, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. Ward injured his shoulder during Arizona's second exhibition game, which he finished with 128 all-purpose yards, and didn't suit up for the preseason finale. However, he still made the team's 53-man roster, suggesting the shoulder issue isn't too serious. The third-year pro has appeared in 27 games over the past two seasons in Arizona, playing mostly on special teams.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Hurts shoulder Sunday

    Ward (shoulder) won't return to Sunday's preseason game against the Ravens. Ward was busy before getting hurt, rushing three times for 11 yards while adding a 27-yard catch and returning three kickoffs for 90 yards. His ability to contribute on both offense and special teams has Ward in contention for a roster spot, though this injury could put a dent in those hopes. The 24-year-old running back will try to heal up in time for Saturday's preseason finale in Tennessee.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Scores two TDs in preseason action

    Ward carried the ball six times for 15 yards and two touchdowns and caught both his targets for 26 yards in Friday's preseason game against the Bengals. The third-year player out of Central Michigan was the second running back into the game for Arizona after Eno Benjamin, and Ward made the most of his opportunity by scoring a pair of one-yard TDs in the second quarter. His work on special teams could ensure he has a spot on the 53-man roster, but Ward's role on offense will likely be minimal as he seems to be at best No. 5 on the depth chart behind James Conner, Darrel Williams, Benjamin and rookie Keaontay Ingram.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Signs tender Monday

    Ward signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward's work at running back has been limited during his first two seasons in the NFL -- nine carries for 33 yards and three catches for 34 yards -- but that could change in 2022 with the departure of Chase Edmonds. Currently, the Cardinals have James Conner, Eno Benjamin and Jaylen Samuels under contract, but they've been rumored to be interested in Darrel Williams and could possibly use the draft to bolster their backfield depth as well.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Contract tender extended

    The Cardinals have extended a one-year contract tender to Ward. With that, Ward, who was poised to become an exclusive rights free agent, is now on track to remain a depth piece in the team's 2022 backfield. Who the 24-year-old will be working behind, however, remains to be seen, with both James Conner and Chase Edmonds both pending unrestricted free agents.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Out Monday

    Ward (knee) is inactive Monday against the Rams. Darren Urban of the Cardinals official site reports. Ward was able to log a limited practice Saturday after sitting out Thursday and Friday, but he's still unable to suit up. With James Conner (ribs) and Chase Edmonds (ribs/toe) both active and Eno Benjamin also available, Ward's absence shouldn't have an impact on the Cardinals offense.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Listed as questionable

    Ward (knee) is questionable for Monday's wild-card matchup against the Rams, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Ward was held out of practice Thursday and Friday, but he returned in a limited capacity Saturday. Chase Edmonds (ribs/toe) isn't on the injury report for Monday's contest, so Ward is unlikely to see significant work against the Rams, even if James Conner (ribs) is held out.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Yet to practice this week

    Ward (knee) did not practice Friday and is questionable for Monday against the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward was injured in Week 18 against the Seahawks and has yet to practice this week. With James Conner (ribs) and Chase Edmonds (ribs) also questionable, the Cardinals' backfield is banged up going into Monday's matchup with the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: DNP on Thursday

    Ward (knee) did not practice Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. The running back was unavailable for Thursday's practice after being considered day-to-day Wednesday. Ward is dealing with a knee issue and his status at Friday's practice will provide more clarity to his chances to play Monday against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Ward (knee) is considered day-to-day, Dana Scott of the Arizona Republic reports. Ward's status for the wild-card matchup with the Rams wouldn't mean much by itself, but it's big news given the Cardinals' two primary running backs -- James Conner (ribs/heel) and Chase Edmonds (ribs/toe) -- are both considered day-to-day as well. However, Kingsbury did add that all three will be tested during Thursday's practice, which should give a better indication of their statuses' for Monday.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Questionable to return

    Ward (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Ward was banged up in the second half of Sunday's matchup. Since James Conner (ribs) is also questionable to return, Eno Benjamin should see an uptick in usage out of the backfield.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Will play Monday

    Ward was cleared of all injury designations Saturday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward originally suffered a concussion Nov. 19 against the Seahawks, then was placed on the COVID list on Nov. 30 while still recovering from the concussion. He cleared COVID protocols Thursday and returned to both the active roster and practice field. After getting in a full practice Saturday, Ward will suit up Monday against the Rams. He should file in behind James Conner and Eno Benjamin on the running back positional depth chart.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Back from COVID list

    Ward (concussion) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. Ward landed on the COVID list in late November but has now cleared the health and safety protocols. He hasn't seen the field since Week 8 after suffering a concussion but should be available for Arizona this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Lands on COVID list

    The Cardinals have placed Ward (concussion) on their reserve/COVID-19 list, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward has been sidelined since sustaining a concussion in Week 8. The Cardinals are coming off a bye week, and it is unclear if he was nearing a potential return on that front. Regardless, he will now be sidelined at least until he can clear the league's COVID protocols. As a result, James Conner and Eno Benjamin remain the team's only healthy backs.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Does side work Thursday

    Ward (concussion) participated in work off to the side during Thursday's practice session, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, so it's encouraging to see him partake in some light activities as he deals with a concussion. However, Eno Benjamin should see increased work Sunday against the Panthers if Ward is unable to suit up.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: No activity Wednesday

    Ward (concussion) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward took a knee to the helmet while making a tackle on kick coverage in the Cardinals' Week 8 loss to the Packers. He remained still on the turf and required a backboard and cart to get to the locker room, where he was diagnosed with a concussion. The backfield is expected to be without Chase Edmonds for multiple weeks due to a high-ankle sprain, so Ward could get into the mix if he can make his way through the protocol for head injuries. However, Ward has made no noticeable progress in his recovery to date, leaving James Conner and Eno Benjamin as the team's healthy running backs on the active roster.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Out for Sunday

    Ward (concussion) will not play Sunday against the 49ers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Ward sustained the concussion in the Cardinals' loss to Green Bay in Week 8, and he hasn't been able to practice all week. Ward primarily contributes on special teams and will try to clear protocols in time for the Cardinals' Week 10 matchup with Carolina.
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  • Cardinals' Jonathan Ward: Doesn't practice Thursday

    Ward (concussion) didn't participate in practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Ward sustained a concussion in last week's loss to Green Bay and has been held out of practice for two consecutive days. He'll likely need to return to the field in some capacity Friday if he hopes to play in Week 9.
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