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The veteran center has been playing great, but had to leave Saturday's practice because of an apparent injury.

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For the second time in three days, the Arizona Cardinals have a starter who had to leave practice.

Today, it is starting center A.Q. Shipley.

It doesn’t look good initially either:

Interestingly enough, Shipley has not missed a game since he became the Arizona Cardinals starting center.

For now, the person that took over for Shipley was rookie Mason Cole.

Cole has been an ironman with the Michigan Wolverines, starting 104 consecutive games and now has a chance to start with the Arizona Cardinals.

It would be a big thing for the Cardinals to finally get some mileage out of a rookie offensive lineman, something they haven’t done under Steve Keim’s watch.

Nevertheless, we hope to hear nothing but good things about Shipley’s injury and wish him the best possible outcome before we know anything.