The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks released their first injury report of the week and the Cardinals are a bit of the walking wounded. Playing the Seattle Seahawks tends to do that, but seven players were listed as DNPs on Wednesday, including four starters. The Bengals, on the other hand, were down three players, although one was not because of injuries.
Arizona practiced without its two starting guards. Mike Iupati suffered a scary neck injury in Seattle, but has been medically cleared. Jonathan Cooper at out with a knee injury. Backups Ted Larsen and Earl Watford practiced with the first team and alternated between right guard and left guard.
Receiver John Brown is still bother by his hamstring and also sat out, as did Michael Floyd, who left the game on Sunday in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury.
Cornerback Justin Bethel had the flu, while defensive lineman Cory Redding and linebacker Markus Golden both sat out with ankle injuries.
Center Lyle Sendlein (shoulder), receiver Larry Fitzgerald (ankle) and safety Rashad Johnson (ribs) were limited.
Head coach Bruce Arians is optimistic many will be able to practice on Thursday.
In Cincinnati, cornerback Adam Jones (foot), defensive lineman Pat Sims (knee) and tackle Andrew Whitworth (non-injury) sat out on Wednesday. Linebacker Vontaze Burfict (knee), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (shoulder), cornerback Leon Hall (non-injury), tackle Andre Smith (concussion) and safety Shawn Williams (ankle) were limited.