Rashad Johnson, Brinkley to sit

Posted by Darren Urban on October 6, 2013 – 11:30 am

Injuries will keep safety Rashad Johnson (finger) and linebacker Jasper Brinkley (groin) sidelined today, as both were included on the Cardinals’ inactive list. One non-change, even with the trade of Levi Brown — Bruce Arians will still have eight offensive linemen active. Earl Watford — who has been running second unit left guard — will be up and available for the first time today.

Along with Johnson and Brinkley, the rest of the inactive list has familiar names:

— QB Ryan Lindley

— RB Ryan Williams

— WR Kerry Taylor

— T Bobby Massie

— TE D.C. Jefferson

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9 Responses to “Rashad Johnson, Brinkley to sit”

  1. By LadyBird04 on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Just keep Rashad inactive until his finger is really healed. It would be horrible if he had to have an amputation of more than they already had to remove. Hope our LB’s do their job and keep Cam and his kittens in the litter box.

  2. By Andy Kw on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Resting S Rashad Johnson is the best thing to do. We need him to be fully healthy and I am glad he will have another week to get back to full power.
    -And again, I can’t wait to see LB Daryl Washington back in action!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. By ored on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    hope massie is using his time off wisely since he’s not doing guard duty,must mean he’s all in at tackle,that would be good if he found his mojo from last year,or maybe he has but the bar has been raised this year,after all he’s not the only player with a years seasoning and now everybody has tape on him,if you’re not getting better,you’re losing ground.

  4. By stfuirsay on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    What the heck is wrong with Ryan Lindley? …. he hasn’t played a single snap since the Preseason.

  5. By LG on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    I don’t no what Carson see out their but he’s not throwing the ball to our WRS. WE SHOULD BE UP AT THE HALF.

  6. By jahstone on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Palmer is sucking real bad!! It’s not Arians system, it’s your INTs!! Please get better.

  7. By Rick on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Drew Stanton anyone ???

  8. By LG on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Dam good game DEF. Todd Bowls earned my respect today.Carson we need you to get right we got the 49ers next week.BIRDGANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. By Scott H on Oct 6, 2013 | Reply

    Hard to say it was a good solid win BUT it is a win I am glad for. The Panthers here in our house is clearly a game we should win( shouldn’t we??? ), so…I’m happy. At this point, I just want to see wins against the teams we should beat. Anything more than that is a bonus. Anything less, very disappointing and we’ve had enough of that lately. When I looked at the schedule, I saw 4 winnable games in the first 5. 4-1 would be nice – and we almost had it – but 3-2 is alright. hate to say it but the next 4 look like losses, so…hence, my statement about winning the games we should win.

    GREAT game for the defense! Welcome back, Mr Washington! Now, just try keeping your rear end out of trouble and on the damn field.

    The offense? Sure would have been nice if they had joined us today. Carson Palmer is not helping. This was pretty much a win in spite of the QB. He was terrible today, hasn’t even been decent since Week 1. So…where are all of you stat people? You still want to point to his 4,000 yards from last year? What a joke that is.

    The last 2 wins are completely courtesy of this defense. As far as I am concerned, there is NO reason to not give Drew Stanton a try. Hard to believe we could be any worse. Let’s hope Arians is not as stubborn as the previous HC was in this area. We stuck with Derek friggin’ Anderson for loss after loss while young QB’s stood on the sideline and remained nothing but question marks. Why stick with another veteran QB taking us nowhere?

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