ILB De’Vondre Campbell active for Cardinals on Thursday vs. Seahawks
Arizona Cardinals linebacker De’Vondre Campbell is active for a Thursday Night Football game against the Seattle Seahawks, pushing a potential increased role for rookie first-round pick Isaiah Simmons back.
Campbell, who is dealing with a calf injury that sidelined him during Arizona’s 32-30 win over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, did not practice on Monday and Tuesday. He was limited Wednesday and listed as questionable to play against the Seahawks. Simmons had replaced Campbell in the second half against Buffalo.
Also questionable heading into the game at Seattle were tight ends Maxx Williams (ankle) and Darrell Daniels (ankle), plus special teamer Charles Washington (groin). Williams is active, while Daniels and Washington are not.
Joining them on the sidelines are backup quarterback Brett Hundley, receiver KeeSean Johnson, running back Eno Benjamin, offensive tackle Josh Miles and offensive guard Justin Murray. All are healthy scratches with the exception of Murray, who has a hand injury.
The Cardinals on Wednesday ruled out Murray along with defensive linemen Jordan Phillips (hamstring) and Corey Peters (knee). Peters’ season has been ruled over with, and he and Phillips were added to the injured reserve list before the game Thursday.
In a series of roster moves on gameday, Arizona signed tight end Evan Baylis and linebacker Reggie Walker to the active roster from the practice squad. The Cardinals also elevated second-year defensive end Michael Dogbe and running back D.J. Foster from the practice squad.
For the Seahawks, center Ethan Pocic, running back Chris Carson, cornerback Shaquill Griffin, defensive end Jonathan Bullard, tight end Colby Parkinson, running back Travis Homer and guard Jordan Simmons are inactive.