The Cardinals bring a four-game winning streak into Sunday’s game against the 49ers and it looks like they’ll have a full complement of receivers helping them in the effort to make it five in a row.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Cardinals are expected to have Michael Floyd back in the lineup. Floyd missed last Sunday’s victory over the Bengals with a hamstring injury and was listed as questionable on Friday after a week of limited participation in practice.
Assuming Floyd is active and playing his usual role on offense, the Cardinals would be healthier at wideout than they’ve been in several weeks. John Brown missed one game with a hamstring injury and spent another on the sideline in uniform when the team made him active before deciding not to play him against the Seahawks in Week 10.
The injuries at receiver haven’t stopped the Cardinals from putting up more than 30 points a game in each of their last three games, so the outlook for the unit will be strong with everyone back in action.