The Cardinals had only nine players on the COVID-19 reserve list during the entire 2020 season. They have nine on the list already this season.
The Cardinals added six players to the COVID-19 reserve list Thursday.
All six, including three offensive line starters, were deemed high-risk contacts, Howard Balzer of SI.com reports.
The league had 24 players placed on the COVID-19 reserve list Wednesday, 22 for a positive test, per Balzer. That list does not include Colts offensive tackle Julién Davenport, who the team announced went on the list Thursday night.
Through Thursday, 64 players league-wide have had a stint on reserve/COVID-19, with 51 for a positive test and 13 a result of high-risk contact, according to Balzer. Five have been activated from the list.