Arizona Cardinals Safety Tony Jefferson Practices
By Scott Allen
Arizona Cardinals Safety Tony Jefferson suffered a concussion Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles
The injury report for the Arizona Cardinals changed a little bit on Thursday from Wednesday. The biggest change was that safety Tony Jefferson was upgraded from not practicing to being limited in practice.
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Jefferson was seen with his helmet on and practicing during the open portion of the practice that the media is allowed to attend. Officially though he has not passes his concussion test and was limited on Thursday.
The other improvement was cornerback Patrick Peterson. He practiced in full on Thursday. Once again though running back Andre Ellington and tight end Troy Niklas were limited. Linebacker Kenny Demens was also upgraded to full practice on Thursday.
Practicing in full were defensive end Calais Campbell, receiver Michael Floyd, and safety Rashad Johnson. Clearly the news could have been a lot worse. It is still a shame that running back Stepfan Taylor will be out awhile, maybe up to 8 weeks, so he was officially listed as out.
For the Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain improved to a limited practice status. Quarterback Tony Romo did not practice at all. Defensive end Jack Crawford was upgraded to full practice and linebacker Bruce Carter was limited on Thursday.