Report: Cardinals WR Rondale Moore (knee) expected to play vs. Eagles
The Arizona Cardinals got some good news Saturday night as wideout Rondale Moore (knee) is reportedly expected to play vs. the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Moore made his season debut last Sunday in Carolina against the Panthers where he caught three passes for 11 yards and had one rush that lost four yards. He missed time due to a hamstring injury to open up the year.
He still seemed to be easing back into the offense as many of his receptions and targets were at or behind the line of scrimmage.
The speedster wideout was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday and was listed as questionable for Sunday against the NFL’s last unbeaten team.
Brown caught 54 balls for 435 yards in his rookie campaign over 14 games last season.
With the addition of DeAndre Hopkins after Week 6, Moore could see his production increase as many of the opposing team’s secondaries will target the likes of Hopkins, Marquise Brown, Zach Ertz or even A.J. Green before Moore.
The Cardinals on Sunday will be without G Max Garcia, DT Rashard Lawrence, K Matt Prater and LB Nick Vigil while C Rodney Hudson remains doubtful.
Kickoff is set for 1:25 p.m. Catch all the action on 98.7 FM.