Seahawks-Cardinals injury report: Chase Edmonds, Rondale Moore out Sunday
The Arizona Cardinals will close the regular season against the Seattle Seahawks without lead running back Chase Edmonds (ribs/toe).
Before the team released its final injury report of the week on Friday, head coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters that “it looks like” Edmonds will be out on Sunday for a home game at State Farm Stadium.
Kingsbury also ruled out rookie cornerback Marco Wilson (shoulder) and rookie receiver Rondale Moore (ankle) against Seattle. Both appeared close to returning after they worked in a limited capacity on Thursday.
With Edmonds out, running back James Conner (heel) could potentially take back the baton as lead back. He was limited in practice all week and is questionable for Sunday’s tilt. He has not played since Dec. 19 against Detroit, missing the last two games.
Edmonds had taken season highs with 16 and 18 rushing touches along with 13 combined receptions over the past two weeks against Indianapolis and Dallas. For the year, he’s averaging 5.1 yards per carry and has amassed 592 rushing yards and 311 receiving yards.
Wilson hasn’t played since the Cardinals’ Christmas loss to the Indianapolis Colts, while Moore last appeared in the Lions game a week prior to that.
As for the Seahawks, star linebacker Bobby Wagner is officially out with a knee injury. His status had been up in the air all week.
Below are the injury reports for the Cardinals (11-5) and Seahawks (6-10) this week that will be updated when the official Friday reports from both teams are submitted.
|Carlos Dunlap II||LB||Ankle||DNP||DNP||Limited||Questionable|