Cardinals-Seahawks injury report: DL Jordan Phillips out vs. Seattle
The Arizona Cardinals defense will be without defensive lineman Jordan Phillips Thursday night when the team squares off against the Seattle Seahawks.
The defensive end has been dealing with a hamstring issue and missed the entire week of practice.
He joins Corey Peters as two of the linemen already ruled out of the matchup. Peters will miss the remainder of the season due to the knee injury he sustained in the Week 10 win over the Buffalo Bills.
Offensively, the Cardinals will be down an offensive lineman in Justin Murray, who missed practiced this week with a hand injury.
Four Cardinals’ statues are up in the air as well, with linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (calf), safety Charles Washington (groin) and tight ends Maxx Williams (ankle) and Darrell Daniels (ankle) all listed as questionable for Thursday.
The trio of running back Kenyan Drake, safety Budda Baker and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick all practiced fully for the first time this week and are good to go.
As for the Seattle Seahawks, cornerbacks Shaquill Griffin (concussion/hand) and Quinton Dunbar (knee) have been ruled out. They’re joined by center Ethan Pocic (concussion) and guard Jordan Simmons (calf) on the out list.
Running back Chris Carson (foot) and wide receiver Tyler Lockett, two of the Seahawks’ main weapons on offense, are both listed as questionable. Lockett is expected to play after practicing in a limited fashion on Wednesday, per Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. Carson, who did not participate, is unlikely to be given the green light.
Here is a look at the full injury report for both sides ahead of the Thursday night showdown:
|Larry Fitzgerald||WR||Not-injury related||DNP||Full||Full||—|
|DeAndre Hopkins||WR||Not-injury related||DNP||Full||Full||—|
|Duane Brown||T||Knee/not-injury related||DNP||DNP||Limited||—|
|Jarran Reed||DT||Hand/Not-injury related||DNP||Full||Full||—|