The Arizona Cardinals entered Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks at full strength. By the end of the game, their depth was tested. Guard Mike Iupati left the game with a neck injury was was taken off the field in an ambulance. Receiver Michael Floyd, who had scored two touchdowns, left the game in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury. Defensive tackle Cory Redding left with an injury.
Arians updated the media on Monday about the injury status of all these players and indicated they all are day-to-day.
Iupati is "fine," but the team is putting him through the concussion protocol. "He's a little stiff, but it was a very scary moment and we're very happy to see him in the locker room smiling," he said.
Floyd's hamstring and Redding's ankle will keep them day-to-day.
That's about it for injuries. "Those are the three guys and with everybody else, there are normal bumps and bruises for a ball game," Arians said.
The players have their day off on Tuesday and will practice on Wednesday. That is when the first injury report will come out, so we will know more about those bumps and bruises and how much these day-to-day injuries will keep them away.