Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks Wednesday Injury Report
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks released their injury reports after Wednesday practices
Earlier in the day Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians announced that receiver Larry Fitzgerald would not practice Wednesday but the list of those on the injury report was longer than expected. Another addition to Fitz’s status after practice today was that he would be “iffy” for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.
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The Cardinals had Fitz and defensive tackle Ed Stinson out of practice Wednesday. Those that practiced only on a limited basis were linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, running back Robert Hughes, running back Andre Ellington, and safety Rashad Johnson.
The most disappointing of that list is Ellington. I was really hoping he would try to give it a go full in practice today. Knowing there’s a possibility all season of Ellington being limited, you have to wonder though during a week like this what exactly is allowing him to go full on Sunday but he can’t go full on the most important practice day of the week?
As for the Seahawks, center Max Unger is out. He is expected to miss at last 3-4 weeks. Also not practicing on Wednesday was defensive end Michael Bennett, linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis, cornerback Byron Maxwell, defensive back Marcus Burley defensive end DeMarcus Dobbs, and running back Marshawn Lynch.
The Seahawks also had several players limited in practice Wednesday. Guard James Carpenter, Guard J.R. Sweezy, linebacker Brock Coyle, and linebacker Bobby Wagner. Wagner is expected to play this week after being out with a toe injury.