WR Rondale Moore out, RB James Conner questionable for Cardinals vs. Rams

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The Arizona Cardinals enter Week 3 the healthiest they have been this season. They do not have everyone healthy yet but they are in a pretty good place as they get ready to take on the Los Angeles Rams Sunday.

They released their final injury report of the week and only three players have game designations.

Two players were ruled out and another is questionable.

The details for the Cardinals’ final injury report are below.

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Ruled out

WR Rondale Moore (hamstring), LB Zeke Turner (ankle)

Neither practiced at all this week. Moore has a chance to play next week but head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that he would for sure be ready in Week 5.

Turner’s injury will require players to step up on special teams.

Questionable

RB James Conner (ankle)

Conner was able to get limited work on Thursday and Friday after no practicing Wednesday. Kingsbury says he will be a game-day decision. Even if he suits up, he will likely have a much more limited role.

No game designations

WR Andy Isabella (back), CB Trayvon Mullen (toe), DL J.J. Watt (calf)

Isabell and Mullen were full participants in practice all week. Mullen is expected to get his first playing time since joining the Cardinals.

Watt was limited Wednesday and Thursday but was a full participant on Friday, setting him up for no restrictions beyond his normal role.

Rams' final injury report with game designations

Ruled out

  • C Brian Allen (knee)

  • CB Cobie Durant (hamstring)

  • WR Van Jefferson (knee)

  • CB David Long (groin)

Questionable

  • S Jordan Fuller (hamstring)

Story originally appeared on Cards Wire