Arizona Cardinals Relatively Healthy For St. Louis Rams
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals will be missing a couple of players Sunday against the St. Louis Rams
No concussions to deal with this week. Nothing broken. However the Arizona Cardinals have already ruled out a couple of guys and another is questionable thanks to an injury suffered in practice.
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Once again, running back Stepfan Taylor will miss Sunday’s game. He injured his calf against the Philadelphia Eagles two weeks ago. The original timetable on his return was up to eight weeks, although he was not ruled out this week until Thursday. He was doubtful on Wednesday. We’ll stay on top of his progress.
Also officially out is linebacker Desmond Bishop. Bishop has been a healthy scratch most of the season, usually ending up as a healthy inactive. He is clearly on the roster as insurance only.
Then there is defensive tackle Ed Stinson. Stinson is officially listed as questionable for the St. Louis Rams. Stinson hurt his groin at the end of practice on Friday. Stinson made a big play in the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday. He made a huge stop, tackling quarterback Brandon Weeden just shy of the first down marker early in the quarter. Dallas had to ultimately punt the ball. The outcome of that play could have changed how that one ended.
Everyone else that dealt with injuries for the Cardinals this week is considered probable, including running back Andre Ellington. As usual, he was limited in practice but is a full go for Sunday against the Rams.