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Arizona Cardinals mostly healthy heading into final home game of season

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The final home game of the 2019 season is tomorrow and the Arizona Cardinals will likely be at full strength.


It is questionable.

That is, they have two starters and two backups that are questionable on the final injury report heading into Sunday.

The biggest name is obviously Justin Pugh, who did not practice until Friday and that was in a limited role.

It seems like Pugh will be a go on Sunday, but it is definitely something to watch.

Meanwhile, newly minted starting linebacker Joe Walker could be out due to a rib injury.

Kevin Peterson and Andy Isabella are both dealing with shoulder injuries that could cause them to miss the game.

Meanwhile, the Browns will be without pass rusher Olivier Vernon and defensive back Eric Murray.

They could also be without their anchor in the middle of a struggling offensive line in J.C. Tretter, who is dealing with a knee issue that kept him out until Friday.

We’ll see how it unfolds on Sunday, but we know for sure the Cardinals won’t have to deal with suspended pass rusher Myles Garrett and the Browns won’t have to worry about newly released Terrell Suggs.