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Cardinals vs. Rams final injury report: Ellington, Rucker, Powers out for AZ; Quinn, Zuerlein doubtful for STL

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A final look at the injury report for the Cardinals and Rams.

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The final injury report for both the Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams is out and both teams will be missing some starters. For Arizona, they will be without running back Andre Ellington, who would have been the starter now that Chris Johnson is on injured reserve. They also will be without starting defensive tackle Frostee Rucker and starting cornerback Jerraud Powers. They all have been ruled out for the game because of injuries.

Defensive tackle Cory Redding, suffering from an ankle injury, has not been ruled out, but is doubtful to play. After that, receiver Michael Floyd is questionable, but the feeling is he will play, especially since he did last week. Everyone else on the injury report is listed as probable.

Josh Mauro will get the start in place of Rucker. Rookie David Johnson will be in the lineup in place of Ellington and Justin Bethel will be the guy to replace Powers.

The Rams will also likely be missing a few starters. Starting right guard Andrew Donnal has been ruled out, while defensive end Robert Quinn and kicker Greg Zuerlein are both doubtful, as is cornerback Trumaine Johnson.

Quarterback Case Keenum is questionable, but coach Jeff Fisher has already said at best he would be the backup. Nick Foles will start on Sunday.