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Cardinals vs. Saints injury report: Michael Floyd, Jermaine Gresham limited

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The receiver has a shot at playing in the season opener.

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The Arizona Cardinals released their first injury report of the season and it look like the team is simultaneously getting healthy and hurt. Receiver Michael Floyd, who had surgery to repair three badly dislocated fingers, still possibly could play in the season opener on Sunday, but there was an injury at the tight end position.

Guard Mike Iupati, who had knee surgery, was out of practice. Tight end Ifeanyi Momah also sat out, as he injured his knee. It turns out he could be done for the season.

Floyd and tight ends Jermaine Gresham and Troy Niklas, who have had issues with their hamstrings, both practiced on a limited basis. With Momah out, that leaves Darren Fellls as the only completely healthy tight end.

Hopefully both Gresham and Niklas are ready to go on Sunday. If not, we might see Bradley Sowell used as a tight end.

The New Orleans injury report was completely blank. There are no injuries of note, apparently. That is something I am not sure if I have ever seen.