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NFL injury report Week 6, Cardinals vs. Redskins: Paul Fanaika out, Andre Ellington still limited

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A first look t the injury report for both teams.

Doug Pensinger

Wednesday was the first official injury report for both the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Redskins. There was no surprise for the Arizona Cardinals and there is a very long list for Washington.

There were four players who did not practice for the Cardinals. Defensive end Calais Campbell is out with his knee injury, which came from the illegal block by Julius Thomas. Linebacker Glenn Carson has a bad ankle. Tight end Troy Niklas has a high ankle sprain. Guard Paul Fanaika, who had a knee injury that slowed him in previous weeks, now has his calf and ankle listed as the issue.

The rest of the players were limited. Cornerback Justin Bethel has an AC sprain in his shoulder. Running back Andre Ellington still has a foot issue. Quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton have their documented shoulder injury and concussion they have not fully recovered from. Cornerback Patrick Peterson has a sprained ankle that limited his reps.

Washington's injury list is long. They had six players not practice, including quarterback Robert Griffin, who has already been ruled out for the week. The other five who did not practice were safety Ryan Clark (ankle), linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle), cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring), linebacker Perry Riley Jr. (knee) and tackle Trent Williams (knee).

Tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) was the only player listed as limited.

The rest were full participants. They include  DL Kedric Golston (groin), DE Jason Hatcher (hamstring), LB Akeem Jordan (knee), DE Frank Kearse (thigh), G Shaun Lauvao (knee), T Tyler Polumbus (finger) and S Trenton Robinson (ankle).