After a Thanksgiving practice, the Arizona Cardinals added a key player to the injury report. Running back Andre Ellington, who leads the team in rushing, was limited in practice on Thursday with a knee injury.
He was the only new addition to the injury report, and he was one of three players that were limited. The other two were receiver Michael Floyd (shoulder) and safety Rashad Johnson (ribs).
Safety Yeremiah Bell, who was limited on Wednesday with a knee injury, was upgraded on Thursday as a full participant. Carson Palmer (hand) amd Alfonso Smith (ankle) were full participants in practice.
For the Eagles, it was equal to Wednesday's report. Safety Earl Wolff did not practice on Thursday with a knee injury.
The other four players that were listed were full participants. Safety Colt Anderson (ankle), cornerback Bradley Fletcher (pectoral), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) and linebacker Jake Knott (knee) were those players.
If Ellington has to miss the game on Sunday, that would take an important weapon off the field. We will find out from Bruce Arians on Friday how serious the situation is.
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