Cardinals-Giants injury report: DeAndre Hopkins a full go, per coach
Arizona Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins was listed as out of practice on the Thursday injury report, but head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he was full go on Friday, suggesting Hopkins would play against the New York Giants on Sunday.
“He’ll be ready to roll,” Kingsbury said.
Hopkins was dealing with soreness due to a neck/back injury on Thursday, as was rookie linebacker Isaiah Simmons.
The injury report for Friday listed Hopkins as limited in practice and said he and Simmons were questionable to play.
Simmons and starting inside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell were out of practice on Thursday. While Simmons is ready to play, Kingsbury said, Campbell (ankle) will be a game-time decision for the Week 14 matchup.
Arizona’s Friday injury report additionally listed running back Kenyan Drake (hip), kicker Zane Gonzalez (back) and right tackle Kelvin Beachum (back) as questionable. Gonzalez and Beachum had not been on the injury report prior to Friday.
For the New York Giants, starting quarterback Daniel Jones (hamstring) was a limited participant in the team’s practices this week and is questionable to play after going full out on Friday.
Starting linebacker Blake Martinez (back), defensive back Darnay Holmes (knee) and offensive tackle Matt Peart (ankle) are also questionable.
|DeAndre Hopkins||WR||Not-Injury Related/neck-back||DNP||DNP||Limited||Questionable|
|Domata Peko Sr.||DL||Knee||DNP||Full||Full||—|