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Cardinals vs. Titans injury report: Floyd, Housler out for Arizona, Tennessee without four starters in practice

A first look at the injury situation for both teams in Week 15.

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Both the Arizona Cardinals and Tennessee Titans began the week of game prep in practice for their battle on Sunday. As a result, the first injury report is out.

The Arizona Cardinals practiced without receiver Michael Floyd, who is still recovering from an ankle injury that hampered him last week. They were also without tight end Rob Housler, who has a groin injury.

Tennessee was without four starters in practice, but according to Music City Miracles, they are minor injuries. Linebacker Akeem Ayers and DB Alterraun Verner have groin injuries, guard Andy Levitre has a hip injury and safety Bernard Pollard was out for something other than an injury.

The rest of the report for Arizona was short. Quarterback Carson Palmer was limited, but did more than he did last week. Running back Andre Ellington was also limited with his knee injury and guard Paul Fanaika has a back injury that limited him as well.

For the Titans, Karl Klug also did not practice, running back Leon Washington was limited (ankle), while tight end Delanie Walker (concussion), tackle David Stewart (shoulder) and center Brian Schwenke (ankle) were full participants.