Humphries has dealt with a right knee injury since Week 1 of the 2017 season, which forced him to IR both of the last two years. The only known diagnosis was a dislocated kneecap, torn medial patellofemoral ligament and torn quadriceps. When available, Humphries is the Cardinals' starting left tackle. However, his rookie deal expires after the upcoming campaign, so renewed health will be key for his future earning power.
Humphries (knee) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday.
Humphries had missed three straight games after sustaining the knee injury in Week 10. In his place, Korey Cunningham will likely continue to get the starting nod.
Humphries will be missing his third-straight game due to his knee injury suffered in Week 10. Look for Korey Cunningham to draw another start at offensive tackle with Humphries out.
It will be the second consecutive game missed for the Florida product, as he is nursing a knee injury he suffered in Week 10. With Humphries sidelined, rookie Korey Cunningham will continue to start at offensive tackle for the Cardinals.
Humphries is nursing an undisclosed knee injury, and will miss Sunday's tilt against the Raiders after having been limited in practice Friday. As long as the 2015 first-round pick remains sidelined, expect rookie Korey Cunningham to slot into the starting lineup.