The Cardinals remained relatively unscathed at midpoint this week, with only eight players landing on the injury report. Most notably was left tackle Mike Gandy. He however, won't come off the report as he was put on injured reserve late Wednesday afternoon. Gandy has likely seen his last moments as an Arizona Cardinal and I can't say he'll be missed much.
Other notables that made the report were Larry Fitzgerald (knee), Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (toe), Bryant McFadden (hamstring), and the still-injured Neil Rackers (groin). Aside from Rackers, all are expected to be fine and play on Sunday.
Some less fortunate to make the list were Sean Morey and Ben Patrick, who are both suffering from concussion-like symptoms. That news isn't good for Morey, who has dealt with concussions in the past. Losing Morey is a blow to a special teams unit that has been tops in the NFL so far. Also doubtful for Sunday's game is linebacker Will Davis. He recently returned from knee surgery, but should be ready once the playoffs begin.
Making other news yesterday was linebacker Pago Togafau, who was pulled up from the practice squad to back up Gerald Hayes. Togafau should see most of his time on kick off duties. In his place, the Cardinals added Ali Highsmith to the squad as he cleared waivers, a fact that would not have happened after the previous two training camps.