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Bucs agree to terms with former Cardinals linebacker Kevin Minter

Two days after losing Kwon Alexander and Jack Cichy to- season-ending injuries, the Bucs signed former Cardinals linebacker Kevin Minter following a workout Tuesday.Minter, 27, played in nine games last season with the Cincinnati Bengals, starting seven, before suffering a

Turf Show Times

Week 8 power rankings

It’s now five weeks on that the Rams have topped the major power rankings. SB Nation: 1st (previously: 1st) It’s the Rams ... and then everyone else in the NFC West. The Rams won their seventh straight game (courtesy of the 49ers) and look completely dominant as the NFL’s top team. The Seahawkshad their bye this week while the Cardinals were trampled over on Thursday night and fired their offensive coordinator as a result. The 49ers were dealt a tough blow with the Jimmy Garoppolo injury back in Week 3, but it looks like they’ll get a top-10 draft pick again next year to add a nice...

Vikings Territory

Injury Report: Dalvin Cook to Miss Third Straight Game, Linval Joseph Questionable

The Vikings on Friday ruled out four starters before Sunday’s game at the New York Jets. Each one of them also missed last week’s game against the Cardinals. Another starter was listed as questionable and could be a game-time decision. OUT RB Dalvin Cook (hamstring) LT Riley Reiff (foot) S Andrew Sendejo (groin) DE Everson … The post Injury Report: Dalvin Cook to Miss Third Straight Game, Linval Joseph Questionable appeared first on Vikings Territory.

Niner Nation

Josh Rosen suffered a toe injury in Cardinals ugly loss to Denver

Time to consider what it might mean for Week 8 vs. the San Francisco 49ers. The Arizona Cardinals suffered an ugly Week 7 loss to the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football, performing like they were sleep-walking. Denver thumped them 45-10 in a game that saw them jump out to a 14-0 lead and never look back. They dominated on both sides of the ball, with a pair of picks sixes on defense and Emmanuel Sanders dominating on offense. The Cardinals suffered added insult when rookie quarterback Josh Rosen suffered a toe injury on the team’s last offensive play of the game. On 4th and 16,...

Revenge of the Birds

Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals vs Denver Broncos what to watch, injury report, David Johnson ready to carry offense and more

A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals. Happy Thursday Night Football day one and all. The Arizona Cardinals take on the Denver Broncos tonight and there is plenty of news to help you get ready for tonight’s matchup, so let’s get to all the news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals. Five Things To Watch: #DENvsAZA look at the top storylines for Thursday's game Despite Von Miller's Warning, David Johnson Seeks Holes In BroncosBoston, Iupati will sit out Cardinals Need Results Against BroncosCoach Steve Wilks says jobs are becoming tenuous as losses mount Opposing Views -...

The Denver Post

Broncos Briefs: Shane Ray’s injury opens door for DeMarcus Walker’s 2018 debut

Linebacker Shane Ray’s ankle injury kept him out of Thursday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals and created an opportunity for defensive end DeMarcus Walker.

Vikings Territory

The purpleJOURNAL Podcast – Breaking Down the Cardinals Tale of Two Halves, the Jets Game, Adam Thielen as the NFL’s “Best WR”, Cousins vs. the New York Media and Much, Much More!

On this episode the fellas discuss the get right game against the Cardinals, Mike Hughes’ Season ending injury, Adam Thielen’s continued dominance and the upcoming game in New York/Jersey! As always, the purpleJOURNAL Podcast is brought to you by Revitalyte and Ticket Club! Check out Ticket Club for the best prices and no fees in … The post The purpleJOURNAL Podcast – Breaking Down the Cardinals Tale of Two Halves, the Jets Game, Adam Thielen as the NFL’s “Best WR”, Cousins vs. the New York Media and Much, Much More! appeared first on Vikings Territory.

Niner Nation

Golden Nuggets: TNF & Injury Reports

A daily compilation of 49ers news from around the net. Thursday, October 18th, 2018 edition. Good morning (or good evening to our friends further on either side of the ponds) folks, it's another beautiful Thursday, and you know what that means. Another awful TNF game between two teams on a short week, and we get to explore the injury report for the 49ers. To start things off, tonight's game is between the Broncos and the Cardinals. Both teams are fairly bad, sporting formerly-elite defenses that still show a modicum of promise, but have largely started to decline. The offenses of both teams...

Vikings Territory

The purpleJOURNAL Podcast – Looking Forward to the Jets, Breaking Down the Cards Game, Adam Thielen as the “Best WR” in the NFL and Much, Much More!

On this episode the fellas discuss the get right game against the Cardinals, Mike Hughes’ Season ending injury, Adam Thielen’s continued dominance and the upcoming game in New York/Jersey! As always, the purpleJOURNAL Podcast is brought to you by Revitalyte and Ticket Club! Check out Ticket Club for the best prices and no fees in … The post The purpleJOURNAL Podcast – Looking Forward to the Jets, Breaking Down the Cards Game, Adam Thielen as the “Best WR” in the NFL and Much, Much More! appeared first on Vikings Territory.

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Vikings-Jets injury reports: Linval Joseph sidelined in practice, Dalvin Cook a full go

Nose tackle Linval Joseph briefly exited Sunday’s 27-17 win against the Cardinals. Three days later, he was not at the start of Vikings practice while dealing with three different injuries. Joseph was listed with knee, ankle and shoulder ailments on the Vikings’ official injury report on Wednesday. He was one of four players not practicing, including defensive end Everson Griffen (not injury related), left tackle Riley Reiff (foot) and safety Andrew Sendejo (groin). Joseph quickly returned and finished the Cardinals game. We’ll know more about his status for Sunday’s game against the...

www.milehighreport.com

Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals injury report: Ray, Jones, Veldheer, and Dymonte Thomas sit out practice

Here is your Tuesday injury report for the Broncos and Cardinals. The Denver Broncos released their second injury report in this short week prior to their Thursday night matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. Their first injury report was a guesstimate on the players status for that day since they didn’t practice. Today was just a walk-through in shells and shorts but multiple Broncos players sat out practice. Working for Thursday night.#BeatTheCardinals 's » https://t.co/EgrTAjW2YJ pic.twitter.com/5yK2XIIMGy— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 16, 2018 The four Broncos who sat...

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Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals injury report: Five Broncos have been ruled out for Thursday night

Here is your final injury report for the Broncos and Cardinals. The Denver Bronco and Arizona Cardinals released their final injury report of the week ahead of their Thursday night matchup. For the Broncos, they have already ruled out five players for tomorrow nights game. Adam Jones (thigh), Shane Ray (ankle/wrist), Dymonte Thomas (chest), Jared Veldheer (knee) all ruled OUT for #TNF.Ron Leary (Achilles) also ruled out. HC Vance Joseph previously said he would go on IR.— Aric DiLalla (@AricDiLalla) October 17, 2018 The five Broncos who have been ruled out are cornerback Adam...

The Denver Post

Broncos Game Plan: How Denver matches against the Cardinals, injury report and predictions

Third time’s a charm, right? After two weeks of disastrous run defense against the Jets (323 yards allowed) and Rams (270), the Broncos take on the league’s lowest-producing rush game (62 yards/game) in Arizona.

Niner Nation

Predict the 49ers’ first offensive play, tackle, and touchdown vs. Packers

Prediction time! What will the 49ers run as their first offensive play? What 49ers defender will secure the first tackle. How will the 49ers score their first touchdown? The San Francisco 49ers head into Week 6 of the NFL season, which means it’s prediction time once again! The 49ers came off an awful loss to the then-winless Arizona Cardinals and are now about to display their injury riddled team on Monday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers. The Packers have their own set of problems, so don’t expect either team to be showing their A-game. The predictions will include: 1....

ClutchPoints

Vikings CB Mike Hughes may have torn ACL in win over Cardinals

The Minnesota Vikings took care of their business on Sunday by beating the Arizona Cardinals, 27-17, for their second win in a row and third overall this season. The Vikings, however, were bitten with the injury bug in the game, as cornerback Mike Hughes exited the game in the fourth quarter with a knee injury. […] The post Vikings CB Mike Hughes may have torn ACL in win over Cardinals appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Vikings Territory

Inactives for Vikings/Cardinals: Dalvin Cook is OUT

The Vikings face the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at noon at U.S. Bank Stadium. Looking at the injury report, it’s clear that the players listed as “Out” will be inactive today. Those players include Everson Griffen (not injury related), Riley Reiff (foot), Andrew Sendejo (groin), and Tashawn Bower (ankle). In a mild surprise, running back Dalvin Cook … The post Inactives for Vikings/Cardinals: Dalvin Cook is OUT appeared first on Vikings Territory.

Daily Norseman

Mike Hughes leaves Vikings’ game against Cardinals with leg injury

It didn’t look good While it appears that the Minnesota Vikings are on their way to being victorious over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 6 action, they may not get out of this completely unscathed. Rookie cornerback Mike Hughes, who has done a fine job as a slot corner as a rookie, had to be helped off the field during the fourth quarter of today’s game with what appears to be a significant left leg injury. Hughes got tangled up with Larry Fitzgerald on a play midway through the fourth quarter of today’s game. He needed to be helped off of the field by the Vikings’ training staff,...

ClutchPoints

Vikings RB Dalvin Cook expected to play half of offensive snaps vs. Cardinals

The Minnesota Vikings are expected to have starting running back Dalvin Cook back in the lineup for their matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. However, Cook is still not completely back to 100 percent from his recent hamstring injury, which is why he is set to play only around half of […] The post Vikings RB Dalvin Cook expected to play half of offensive snaps vs. Cardinals appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Vikings plan to use Dalvin Cook in limited role vs. Cardinals

Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is expected to play on Sunday against the Cardinals, a league source told the Star Tribune on Saturday night, but the team will have Cook on a limited snap count as he continues to work back from the hamstring injury he sustained in Week 2. Cook said on Friday his hamstring is feeling much better, but added he would have to feel out how much he can do in a game and said he didn’t want to play if he wasn’t healthy enough to help the Vikings. The team evidently is optimistic enough about Cook’s health to play him against the NFL’s second-worst run...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Change of plans: Dalvin Cook won't play vs. Cardinals after pregame workout

Running back Dalvin Cook was expected to play Sunday against the Cardinals, but after a pregame workout at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Vikings decided to rest their star running back. Cook is inactive, meaning running back Latavius Murray will get his third start of the season in Cook’s place. Two young tackles will step into more prominent roles to protect the edges for quarterback Kirk Cousins. Rashod Hill, the third-year tackle, will make his second NFL start on the left side as Riley Reiff is ruled out due to a lingering foot injury. Rookie Brian O’Neill, the second-round pick, will make...

Daily Norseman

Vikings fear Mike Hughes tore his ACL

That would end a promising rookie season We mentioned briefly during today’s game that rookie cornerback Mike Hughes suffered a significant leg injury. It certainly sounds like the team is fearing the worst. Numerous sources are reporting that the Minnesota Vikings fear that Hughes suffered a torn left ACL during today’s 27-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, and that he will have an MRI on Monday to confirm that. If it turns out that’s the case, it would put a premature end to what had been a very promising rookie season through the first six weeks. Hughes suffered the injury...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Access Vikings OT: Vikings win, but lose Hughes

Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer break down the Vikings' 27-17 win over the Cardinals and share the reaction in the locker room to first-round pick Mike Hughes' knee injury.

Niner Nation

Juice Check: Week 5 vs. Cardinals

It was a big, bad game — big for Juszczyk but bad for the team When injuries mount, football guys say “Next Man Up.” For San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, the Arizona Cardinals game was more like “Last Man Standing.” Besides Jerick McKinnon and Jimmy Garoppolo’s season-ending injuries, Marquise Goodwin and Dante Pettis were injured-inactive, Matt Breida had to leave after 13 snaps, and backup RB Raheem Mostert came down with a bad case of fumbleitis. That skill-player-deprived offense then had to play 98 snaps, the most for any NFL team in five years, due to the...

Daily Norseman

Cardinals injury report: Nobody ruled out, but plenty of questions

The visitors have six players listed as “questionable” We’ve gotten the final injury reports for both teams leading up to Sunday afternoon’s game at U.S. Bank Stadium between the Minnesota Vikings and the Arizona Cardinals. We’ll get to the Vikings’ injury report in a bit, but we’ll start with the visiting side. The Cardinals haven’t ruled any of their players as “out” of Sunday’s contest, but they do have six players listed as “questionable,” and among them are a lot of offensive linemen. Arizona presently has three offensive linemen listed as “questionable,”...

Daily Norseman

Vikings injury report: Andrew Sendejo OUT, Dalvin Cook limited again

Three starters for the Vikings will be missing on Sunday The Minnesota Vikings have released their final injury report leading up to Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals at U.S. Bank Stadium, and they’ve ruled three starts as being out for the contest. Defensive end Everson Griffen (non-injury) will not make his return on Sunday, and we’ve already talked about the absence of left tackle Riley Reiff and the shuffling that will entail on the offensive line. The other starter that will be missing for the Vikings is safety Andrew Sendejo, who didn’t practice all week with a groin...

Vikings Territory

Vikings Week 6 Injury Report: Riley Reiff, Andrew Sendejo Ruled Out

The Vikings on Friday released the final injury report before Sunday’s Week 6 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. A few players, including a couple starters, were ruled out while another Minnesota starter is expected to be a game-time decision. The good news for the Vikings is that running back Dalvin Cook (hamstring) could appear in his … The post Vikings Week 6 Injury Report: Riley Reiff, Andrew Sendejo Ruled Out appeared first on Vikings Territory.

SFGate

49ers’ Breida has a chance to play; Staley enjoying stability

An extra day might allow Matt Breida to play. After head coach Kyle Shanahan had deemed him "doubtful" to suit up Monday against the Packers, the 49ers running back was officially listed as questionable Saturday with an ankle injury. Breida was limited in practice Friday after he was sidelined for the previous two practices with an injury that forced him out of last week’s 28-18 loss to the Cardinals. Shanahan, who has hailed Breida’s toughness, said he didn’t expect him to make such quick progress. "Just knowing Breida and how he is, he always gives himself a chance," Shanahan said....

ClutchPoints

Vikings RB Dalvin Cook considered questionable for Week 6

The Minnesota Vikings have been optimistic about the return of running back Dalvin Cook. However, it appears his status for Week 6 is still up in the air. Cook has been dealing with a lingering hamstring injury since Week 3. According to ESPN’s Courtney Cronin, he remains questionable for Sunday’s tilt versus the Arizona Cardinals: After practicing in full […] The post Vikings RB Dalvin Cook considered questionable for Week 6 appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Richard Sherman's Emotional Press Conference After Injury vs. Cardinals (Week 10) | NFL

Listen to Seattle Seahawks cornerback, Richard Sherman, speak after suffering an injury against the Arizona Cardinals during Week 10. Watch full games with NFL Game Pass: https://www.nfl.com/gamepass?campaign=sp-nf-gd-ot-yt-3000342 Sign up for Fantasy F