Cardinals-Browns injury report: DeAndre Hopkins practices fully Friday
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins was back at practice Friday as a full participant ahead of the team’s Week 6 matchup against the Cleveland Browns.
He had missed most of the week due to an illness and carries no injury designation.
Quarterback Kyler Murray (right shoulder) and tight end Darrell Daniels (illness) also practiced fully and appear clear of any ailments.
Cornerbacks Byron Murphy (ribs) and Marco Wilson (ribs) were both able to practice in a limited capacity for a second straight day. The two defensive backs did not play in the Cardinals’ win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
The cornerbacks, along with Kelvin Beachum (ribs), Chase Edmonds (shoulder) and Jordan Hicks (toe), are all questionable for Sunday’s contest.
Tanner Vallejo (hand) and Rodney Hudson (ribs/shoulder), however, have been officially ruled out.
As for the Browns, Cleveland will be without both starting running back Nick Chubb (calf) and linebacker Malcolm Smith (abdomen).
The running back was officially ruled out by head coach Kevin Stefanski on Friday after missing a full week of practice with a calf injury.
Chubb is second in the NFL with 523 rushing yards through Week 5 and is third by averaging 5.8 yards per carry.
That could leave Kareem Hunt, who also entered the week banged up with wrist and knee injuries, to head Cleveland’s rushing attack. Hunt is officially questionable after practicing in a limited fashion on Friday.
The full injury report is below.
|Kyler Murray||QB||Right shoulder||Limited||Limited||Full||—|
|Greg Newsome II||CB||Calf||Limited||Limited||Limited||Questionable|
|Jedrick Wills Jr.||T||Ankle||Limited||DNP||DNP||Questionable|
Sunday’s game in Cleveland will start at 1:05 PST and air on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station.