Rondale Moore out, J.J. Watt questionable for Cardinals

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DeAndre Hopkins won’t be the only wide receiver missing from the Cardinals lineup against the Chiefs on Sunday.

The Cardinals have ruled Rondale Moore out with a hamstring injury that he suffered in practice on Thursday. Marquise Brown, A.J. Green, Andy Isabella, and Greg Dortch will be the available wideouts for Arizona.

Defensive end J.J. Watt also missed practice on Friday and has been sidelined by a calf injury all week. The Cardinals have not ruled him out, however.

Watt is listed as questionable along with tight end Zach Ertz (calf), who was a limited participant on Friday. Cornerback Byron Murphy (illness) and guard Justin Pugh (neck) are also questionable.

Cornerback Trayvon Mullen (toe) and offensive lineman Cody Ford (ankle) will not play.

7 responses to “Rondale Moore out, J.J. Watt questionable for Cardinals

  1. Lots of teams are beginning the season with key players banged up before playing a game that counts.
    And they aren’t even playing in the preseason games.
    They’re leaving their ligaments on the practice field.

  2. Damn Cards banged up already, going to be tough against the Chiefs. When everyone is healthy Cards look good on paper.

  3. JJ Watt being questionable is about as good as it gets. Even fully healthy, its questionable another body part of his is going to give out.

  4. Sheesh, is JJ ever healthy anymore? Seems like the past few years he’s always got some kind of ailment that prevents him for being who he is.

  5. What its it with the Bosa, and Watt boys? None can make it thru a full season. Overhyped, and over paid.

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