Cardinals make David Johnson, Chris Johnson moves official

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The Cardinals officially placed running back David Johnson on injured reserve, meaning he will miss at least eight weeks before being eligible to return. He will undergo surgery for a dislocated wrist and is expected to miss 2-3 months.

The team also made the signings of running backs Chris Johnson and D.J. Foster official. Foster was signed off the Patriots practice squad. Chris Johnson was with the Cardinals until they released him Sept. 2.

The Cardinals also released tackle Ulrick John.

Arizona also made moves on its practice squad, re-signing tackle Givens Price and releasing cornerback Ryan Lewis and running back James Summers.

 

 

6 responses to “Cardinals make David Johnson, Chris Johnson moves official

  1. kamthechancellor says:
    September 12, 2017 at 5:40 pm
    Bye Felicia. Back to the cellar with you.

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    That’s funny coming from a guy who’s team looked like cellar dwellers week 1.

  2. Seahawks cellar dwellers? Lol, don’t be silly. @GB was probably the toughest game on our schedule. And Seattle was in control of that game into the 3rd. If it wasn’t for some horrific officiating, Seattle might have won that game. It is what it is. We dealt with injuries last year and made it to the second round of the playoffs…Arizona won’t even win 7 games this year. Prove me wrong Cardinals but we all know you won’t.

  3. That’s funny coming from a guy who’s team looked like cellar dwellers week 1.

    Let me get this straight: The Seahawks lost to their divisional ranked (#1 in case you forgot) NFC North opponent (who is expected to make the playoffs) by 8 points, whereas the Cardinals lost to their divisional ranked (#2 – how appropriate) NFC North opponent (who is on the bubble for a Wild Card bid at best) by 12 points. And the leader in the clubhouse for cellar-dweller is…obvious.

  4. Last time I checked, Seattle’s the team who couldn’t beat Arizona last year. And last time I checked, Arizona scored more than 10 points against their opponent in Week 1.

    Learn how to score a TD, then get back to us about not being cellar dwellers.

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