Abraham active for Niners; Ryan Williams sits

Posted by Darren Urban on December 29, 2013 – 12:56 pm

The final inactive list of the season contains no surprises. Linebacker John Abraham is active despite groin issues, as is safety Rashad Johnson. Running back Ryan Williams completes a season where he was healthy and inactive for every game — the only Card to not dress at least once. What the Cardinals do with Williams this offseason is one of the more intriguing storylines, even if it might not mean a lot the way the team has been built/run.

The Cardinals full inactive list:

— QB Ryan Lindley

— RB Ryan Williams

— LB Dontay Moch

— S Curtis Taylor

— T Nate Potter (G Earl Watford active with Daryn Colledge starting but battling sore back)

— TE Kory Sperry

— DE Ronald Talley

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14 Responses to “Abraham active for Niners; Ryan Williams sits”

  1. By andystandsup on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    With Ellington and Stepfan Taylor and even with the release of Alfonso Smith and Mendenhall hard to see Williams staying at 1.4 mil next year.

  2. By LG on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Ellington is clearly better than Mendenhall but they want him out their so this is what you get from him. the DEF is good they are trying to keep us in it but the offense just sucks.

  3. By Dynosoar on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Last post I said I’d love to see Mendenhall and Ellington in the backfield as a tandem. With Mendenhall’s 3.1 yards per carry and the fumble I just watched on our 36 or so, I’d like to change that.

    Taylor and Ellington as a tandem.

  4. By Dynosoar on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    4th and goal and we score. 4th and 1 and they’re stuffed. I love our Cardinals!

    Was talking with one of my high school buddies from Knoxville and he was saying Dan Williams was never called Dan or Dan Williams. He was always called BIG Dan or BIG Dan Williams.

    BIG Dan Williams was in the thick of stuffing the 49ers on 4th and 1. Come on Palmer, find Floyd or Fitzgerald for another 40 yards.

  5. By LG on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    i hate to say this but its time for a new kicker

  6. By LG on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    no more FG’s just good for it on forth down.

  7. By Eric G on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    This loss is 100% on Feely.

  8. By LG on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    That’s why i miss Tyrann he would have stop that last play.

  9. By Brett n Co. on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Thank you Cardinals for an amazing year I wish we could have beat the whiners, but any rate thank you for an awesome year! You guys put up a heck of a year! See you all next year for what is going to be amazing year!!!

  10. By Davemaham on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    I wouldn’t be surprised to see us keep Ryan Williams and let Mendenhall go. After all isn’t Keim the one who told Ryan if he was available in the third they were taking him. I think this year off has to do with excellent performance by other backs, and to allow Williams a full recovery. Depending in the draft, I see Williams getting a chance to make the roster in camp. I’m sure Keim would have moved him this year if he really wanted to.

  11. By red bird of death! on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Ok we just lost, with only seconds to go great game fought hard till the end the first quarter was a complete disaster the second better and the 3rd and 4th even more, We have an amazing team that will be playoff bound the next few years mark my words we are very good this year we beat a lot of the best teams in the nfl. Thank you Cardinal organization and fellow fans it was a fun year, and we can be truly excited going into the next, oh yeah thanks Darren for great job as always! GO CARDS!

  12. By Scott H on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Well, 2013 Cardinals, I thank you for one hell of a ride. No regrets, nothing to be ashamed of, nothing to hang our heads over. At 17-0 today, it looked like a great season might end on a sour note. Not that it mattered because of the Saints – Buccs game….but this team wouldn’t let that happen. They made the 49ers earn it and, well….they did. Hey, give the Niners credit, they are a great team and they had something to play for, too. But when it was over, the Niners knew they had been danced with.

    If not for Ron Rivera, I would say that no one deserves Coach of the Year more than Arians, but…how can ya not give it to Rivera? The Panthers won 11 of their last 12. I never believed they were really that good, but…11-1 over 12 games doesn’t happen by accident. BUT….hey, Panthers – who gave you that ONE loss???

    We have a great head coach, an awesome defense, a running game, a legit deep threat WR to complement Fitzgerald, they didn’t even have what is probably their best O-linemen…not sure what happens with Mendenhall this off-season and our QB tends to throw as many INT’s as TD’s, but….this team came a million miles in the right direction this year and they should be ready to roll right out of the gate next year. CANNOT WAIT!

    I still miss Anquan Boldin and I still love to watch that guy play, no matter who he plays for. He may have enjoyed having a great game against the Cardinals but he would have played the same, regardless. He only knows how to play one way.

  13. By Credit Card on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    I absolutely hate the 49ers — everything about them. M/b it is the idea that San Fran always has so much going for it over other areas, or that they are always in the lime light, list goes on. However, my opinion, the 9ers will be the team to beat on the NFC side.

    Cards had an Ok year. Still various holes to fix and address in the off season. Hopefully last year’s draft class and next year’s draft class can start building a solid future foundation. Hopefully Kiem can land a few more good free agents.

  14. By Big Ken on Dec 29, 2013 | Reply

    Ryan, Ryan, Ryan-if he would only learn to play special teams.

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