Cardinals-Patriots injury report: Hopkins, Williams back after illness
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and tight end Maxx Williams both returned to full participation status in the latest injury report Thursday after missing Wednesday’s practice with an illness.
The team did not practice Thursday, but the report is an estimation had they gone through a full practice.
Quarterback Kyler Murray remained limited Thursday for the second straight day as he works through a right shoulder issue ahead of the team’s Week 12 matchup with the New England Patriots.
Murray, who sustained the injury in the Cardinals’ loss to the Seattle Seahawks last week, said Tuesday he was feeling fine and limiting his throws in an effort not to overexert his throwing shoulder.
Offensive lineman Justin Murray, who has a hand injury, remained at a limited status.
Defensive lineman Josh Mauro (hamstring), safety Jalen Thompson (ankle), and tight end Darrell Daniels (ankle) all were listed as did not participate for the second straight day.
Charles Washington (groin) was upgraded to limited status Thursday after not practicing Wednesday.
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus and will miss Sunday’s game, was not listed on the injury report.
As for the Patriots, D-linemen Tashawn Bower (illness), running backs Rex Burkhead (knee) and J.J. Taylor (quadricep), tackle Isaiah Wynn (knee), defensive back Kyle Dugger (toe) and wide receiver Matthew Slater (knee) did not practice Thursday.
Below is a look at both teams’ injury reports:
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