LT D.J. Humphries lands on COVID list, will miss game vs. Cowboys

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The Arizona Cardinals will be without yet another starter this weekend when they face the Dallas Cowboys in Week 17. Left tackle D.J. Humphries became the fifth Cardinals player to be placed on the COVID list this week.

He was added to the list on Thursday. Even with new guidelines for return after testing positive for COVID-19, Humphries will be unable to get cleared before Sunday.

It will be his first game missed since 2018.

With Humphries out, the question is how they will shuffle the offensive line. They could move Kelvin Beachum from right tackle to left tackle, where he played his entire career before coming to Arizona. They could use Josh Jones, who played left tackle in college, or Josh Miles, who is the backup left tackle.

Humphries joins cornerback Briono Borders, offensive lineman Sean Harlow and outside linebackers Markus Golden and Devon Kennard on the COVID list.

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