As every NFL team does, the Arizona Cardinals are dealing with some injuries to their players. With the game on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, the availability of their injured players has cleared up, at least a little bit.
The biggest names that have people concerned are LB Daryl Washington, RB Beanie Wells and RB/KR LaRod Stephens-Howling. Those are the players that are not completely cleared up. Why?
That would be because they are going to be "game-time decision." Beanie seems to downplay it, saying he is fine. Washington and "Hyhen" both were able to practice a bit during the week, so hopefully they can give it a go.
As for the other injuries, TE Jim Dray is out. Linebackers Joey Porter and Paris Lenon are both probable. Hyphen, Beanie, Washington are all officially "questionable" for the game on Sunday, as are receivers DeMarco Sampson and Chansi Stuckey.
Obviously Beanie and Washington are big holes to fill. Hyphen is less of an impact because of new kickoff rules and plus the team has A.J. Jefferson who can return kicks.
For the Seahawks, it looks like Sidney Rice is going to play despite his should injury that could use surgery, but wants to try and play, hoping that he does not damage it further.
The official inactive lists will be out Sunday late morning, so we will know then who is actually not going to play.