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NFL injury report, Week 11: John Abraham, Michael Floyd sit out practice for Arizona Cardinals

A look at the first injury report of the week for both the Cards and the Jags.

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The Arizona Cardinals we back on the practice on Wednesday, and the team's injury report, though small, has some important names listed.

Receiver Michael Floyd, who spared his shoulder joint against the Houston Texans was out of practice.

Likewise linebacker John Abahram, who had three sacks in the game last week after a change was made to the game stats, sat out as well.

Receiver Brittan Golden (hamstring) and linebacker Dontay Moch (illness) also did not participate.

Two players were limited -- receiver Andre Roberts (knee) and defensive end Frostee Rucker (calf).

The receiver injuries are notable. Larry Fitzgerald, although not listed on the report, still has not had his hamstrings completely heal. That leaves Jaron Brown and Teddy Williams as the only wideouts with no injury concerns.

For Jacksonville, their list was much longer. Defensive end Jason Babin (not injury related), receivers Stephen Burton (concussion), running back Maurice Jones-Drew (headache), defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (ankle), guard Brad Meester (not injury related) and linebacker Paul Posluszny (concussion) were all out of practice.

Another eight were limited -- DT Tyson Alalu, defensive end Andre Branch (neck), receiver Mike Brown (ankle), tackle Roy Miller (shoulder), tight end Danny Noble (hamstring), guard Will Rackley (head), receiver Cecil Shorts, III (groin) and receiver Stephen Williams (Achilles) were all limited.