Levi Brown leaves Cardinals game with triceps injury

AP

The Cardinals’ offensive line, which was porous for much of the first half of Friday night’s preseason game against the Raiders, could have a big hole on the left side.

Tackle Levi Brown left the game with a triceps injury.

As Darren Urban of the team’s official website points out, it could be a major problem.  Torn triceps muscles often result in season-ending surgery.

Brown’s backup is D.J. Young, who was undrafted in 2011 and who didn’t appear in a single game.

3 responses to “Levi Brown leaves Cardinals game with triceps injury

  1. If I were Larry Fitzgerald I’d demand a trade yesterday brother. Enough ineptitude, time to get Fitz to a contender. I suggest demanding a trade to the Redskins brother.

  2. People complain abou the QBs but is hard for any QB to have success behind a porous line. Look at David Carr, I believe he set records for being sacked with Houston. Sometimes QBs are just bad but also sometimes they can get ruined by a porous line. Hard to look downfield when you are expecting to get sacked 2 seconds into the play.

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