Injuries to watch as Cardinals open training camp

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The Arizona Cardinals opened training camp on Tuesday and held their first practice Wednesday. Not everyone is completely healthy.

As they open camp and begin competition and preparation for the coming season, below are the players with injuries or recovering from injuries to know about.

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TE Maxx Williams (knee)

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This is not a new injury. He is still recovering from his torn ACL that he suffered in Week 5 last year. He has begun training camp on PUP and, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury back in June, it will be probably toward the end of training camp before they will see where he is at.

 

WR Marquise Brown (hamstring)

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Brown begins training camp on NFI (non-football injury list). He suffered a hamstring injury doing some route running before camp and did not take the conditioning test. Kingsbury is not worried and believes he will be back sooner than later.

OT D.J. Humphries (leg)

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It is unknown exactly what is going on with Humphries. According to SI.com’s Howard Balzer, he did not practice Wednesday and was seen with a wrap on his leg. Balzer said Humphries missed two of the practices in minicamp back in June.

DL Zach Allen (ankle)

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Allen had offseason surgery to repair an injured ankle. He did not get placed on NFI or PUP so he has been cleared for football activities, but it is one to watch to see if he has any setbacks at the start of camp.

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