Eagles-Cardinals injury report: Cardinals C Rodney Hudson doubtful
The offensive line for the Arizona Cardinals at best will be full-go.
At worst as practice ended Friday, it could be without a few starters and a key backup along the left side in Week 5 against the Philadelphia Eagles at home.
Center Rodney Hudson is doubtful with a knee injury, and left guard Justin Pugh was upgraded to limited Friday but remains questionable to play with an elbow issue. Starting left tackle D.J. Humphries was also limited with a hamstring injury all week and is questionable to play.
Backup guard Max Garcia is out with a toe injury.
Sean Harlow is likely Hudson’s replacement at center if the latter can’t play.
Elsewhere on offense, receiver Rondale Moore is questionable to play with a knee injury.
On defense, rotation linebacker Nick Vigil is out (hamstring), as is defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence (hand). Cardinals kicker Matt Prater was already ruled out by head coach Kliff Kingsbury and is expected to be replaced by practice squad pickup Matt Ammendola.
Arizona cornerback Trayvon Mullen Jr. was downgraded and sat out Friday with a hamstring problem to make him questionable.
For the Eagles, cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle), linebacker Patrick Johnson (concussion) and kicker Jake Elliott (ankle) are out.
Starting left tackle Jordan Mailata (shoulder) is doubtful.
Here are the injury reports for each team:
The Eagles’ practice on Wednesday was only a walk-through
|Trayvon Mullen Jr.||CB||Hamstring||–||Limited||DNP||Questionable|
|Jake Elliott||K||Right ankle||DNP||DNP||DNP||Out|