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NFL injuries: Michael Floyd, Ted Ginn game time decisions, Jonathan Cooper unlikely to play for Cardinals vs. Vikings

An injury update on the team before their second preseason game.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals are getting a little healthier. Head coach Bruce Arians said that tackle Max Starks and guard Anthony Steen are better and were set to practice on Wednesday.

The other guys were "status quo." In terms of playing on Saturday in Minnesota, Arians noted guys that are injured will not travel, but did note that there could be a few game time decisions.

When pressed for names, he indicated that receivers Michael Floyd and Ted Ginn would be two possible players who could play. He also mentioned guard Jonathan Cooper, who has a toe injury. But he also retracted the idea, saying "I doubt he's going to have a miraculous recovery and I don't want to get (his toe) all swollen where he can't play next week."

It sounds like Earl Watford will get another shot to show off his stuff, although Arians said that Watford was not perfect in practice, saying he "had a couple (of plays) that make you scratch your head."

While Floyd getting back isn't crucial for the preseason, Ginn probably ought to play. The more time he gives John Brown on the field, the more likely he will lose playing time. Plus, no doubt that fans want to see what Ginn offers in the return game.