Kyler Murray, Chase Edmonds limited; Byron Murphy, Marco Wilson upgraded in Thursday injury report

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The Arizona Cardinals released their second injury report of the week and not much changed. Defensive tackle Corey Peters, who had the day off for rest on Wednesday, returned to practice and two players were upgraded. Otherwise, the injury report was unchanged.

Cornerbacks Byron Murphy (ribs) and Marco Wilson (ribs) were upgraded. They got limited in work in practice after sitting out on Wednesday. This gives them a better chance of playing Sunday when the Cardinal stake on the Cleveland Browns on the road.

Four players did not participate for the second day in a row — linebacker Jordan Hicks (toe), linebacker Tanner Vallejo (hand), center Rodney Hudson (shoulder, ribs) and receiver DeAndre Hopkins (illness). Hudson has already been ruled out of the game this week.

Quarterback Kyler Murray (shoulder), running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder), tackle Kelvin Beachum (ribs) and tight end Darrell Daniels (illness) were all limited for the second day in a row. All are expected to play this week.

Linebacker Dennis Gardeck (hand) was a full participant again.

Did not participate:

  • LB Jordan Hicks (toe)

  • WR DeAndre Hopkins (illness)

  • C Rodney Hudson (shoulder, ribs)

  • LB Tanner Vallejo (hand)

Limited participation:

  • CB Byron Murphy (ribs)

  • CB Marco Wilson (ribs)

  • RT Kelvin Beachum (ribs)

  • RB Chase Edmonds (shoulder)

  • TE Darrell Daniels (illness)

  • QB Kyler Murray (shoulder)

Full participation:

  • LB Dennis Gardeck (hand)

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