Cardinals-Falcons injury report: DeAndre Hopkins leaves practice Friday with knee injury
The Arizona Cardinals held their last practice of the week on Friday ahead of their penultimate game of the season, a visit to the Atlanta Falcons.
But the injury report gave head coach Kliff Kingsbury and his staff ugly answers about who may be starting the game on Sunday.
Wideout DeAndre Hopkins had been healthy all week but has been listed as questionable after not practicing on Friday.
DeAndre Hopkins left the Arizona Cardinals practice field and went back inside the team facility. pic.twitter.com/E5W34hB8dj
— Bo Brack (@BoBrack) December 30, 2022
Defensive lineman Zach Allen (hand), cornerback Antonio Hamilton (hip) and quarterback Colt McCoy (concussion), who joined the injury report again on Friday after getting cleared off concussion protocols earlier in the week, all did not practice and are all out for Sunday.
Corner Marco Wilson also did not practice on Friday but is questionable for the game.
Running back James Conner (illness), receiver A.J. Green (illness), center Billy Price (knee), safety Charles Washington (chest) and guard Max Garcia (shoulder) were all full participants and are expected to play.
Right tackle Kelvin Beachum (knee/ankle) and linebacker Tanner Vallejo (knee) were limited and are both questionable for Sunday.
For Atlanta, guard Chuma Edoga (knee), tight end Feleipe Franks (concussion) and safety Jovante Moffatt (calf) are all out for the contest on Sunday.
Guard Elijah Wilkinson (calf) was a full participant on Thursday but did not practice on Friday. He is questionable.
Here’s a full look at the injury reports.
Cardinals injury report
Falcons injury report