Ricky Seals-Jones leaves game with injury in third quarter
The Arizona Cardinals night took another negative turn as tight end Ricky Seals-Jones left the game with a forearm injury on Thursday.
Looking at a third and four, quarterback Josh Rosen stepped back to pass before scrambling to find time. He was met by Denver Broncos’ Von Miller who knocked the ball out of the rookie’s grasp.
Trying to recover the loose football, Seals-Jones made a play for it, getting hit on his right arm with a helmet as he dove.
The tight end immediately grabbed his arm after the play and was seen heading to the locker room with medical staff.
Although he was officially listed as questionable, the tight end did not return with what the team called a forearm injury.
Seals-Jones had two catches for 12 yards before going down with the injury.
The Cardinals fell 45-10 to the Broncos.