Stinson active for Rams game

Posted by Darren Urban on November 9, 2014 – 12:53 pm

Despite hurting his groin at the tail end of Friday’s practice, rookie defensive lineman Ed Stinson is active today and will remain part of the Cardinals’ defensive line rotation. As a result, the Cardinals’ inactive list became pretty predictable with the way Bruce Arians has culled his recent 46-man game day players of late. The full inactive list:

— QB Logan Thomas

— RB Stepfan Taylor (calf)

— LB Desmond Bishop (hamstring)

— LB Thomas Keiser

— LB Glenn Carson

— DT Alameda Ta’amu

— TE Darren Fells


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10 Responses to “Stinson active for Rams game”

  1. By CreditCard on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    Rams are tough. Palmer hurt — yikes.

    Catman missing — I’m like way nervous.

  2. By louis on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    cards are done done.

  3. By CreditCard on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply


    21-unanswered points.2 defensive TDs and a ridiculous catch made by John Brown.

    What is the Palmer’s injury? Ankle, knee, shoulder … I sure hope Palmer will be ok

  4. By cards62 on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    Defense tells the offense to take most of the 4th quarter off as we got this. Just awesome!!! Just what we needed PP to get his swag back and CC was a monster for 2nd week in a row. Entire defense plays great and we shut them out in the second half and as usual fall behind early then out score our opponent by 21 in the 4th quarter. I hope Carson is okay but looked painful. Stanton will be okay for us if he needs to go. Rams defense was also tough today especially on our running game. 8-1 Great to be a Cardinal Fan.

  5. By Jzoully on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    So here it is, we are 8-1, an unfamiliar situation that us as Cardinals fans love. but a challenge is presented. Carson is probably out for the remainder of the year, and we play the fiercest pass-rush in the league, Detroit. They are tough, and I have no idea if Drew Stanton can handle that kind of pressure. We are very close to the playoffs, but all I remember is that Kansas City fell off the map last year, and I want to stay confident but pessimism is all I have right now. Our defense is tremendous, but can they carry the Cardinals all the way? The 49ers have the weakest schedule, and the fact they were able to come back against the Saints, there is such a good chance they can come back and help the NFC West have 3 teams in the playoffs.

  6. By jme on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    PALMER is good!!! no INJURY!!! all good its just a dead leg!!! He is the man!!! the leader !!! he is OK!!!

  7. By jme on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply


  8. By jme on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    all good with Palmer no problem all is ok over exagerating it all he is all good!!!

  9. By Mark G. on Nov 9, 2014 | Reply

    Big win might be overshadowed by loss of Palmer; looks serious. Stanton has looked the part when filling in; it may be his for the rest of the schedule.

  10. By clssylssy on Nov 10, 2014 | Reply

    WOW! What an unfortunate thing to happen to Carson Palmer and I hope this isn’t as serious as it appears. but, the Cards should be proud of the job they did in not missing a beat, and rallying to, not just squeek out a win, but, to actually leave an opponent in the dust…in what amounted to seconds! For all those who were talking about using Stanton for trade bait because we had Palmer for another three years locked up, I hope, the front office (and fans) recognize what a crucial role Stanton’s played in getting us to where we are, and that if we are to stay alive in this race (why couldn’t we after yesterday) we just need to remember that the team is equal to the sum of it’s parts and now, more than ever, it’s time to show the world what we’re made of by continuing to persevere. I don’t think anyone can argue the fact that we weren’t playing playoff caliber ball for the first three quarters and it shouldn’t take such a critical situation to “wake us up” to our fighting form…at home even! We were giving up way too many yards on penalties and what’s with the drops this season anyway? It would seem that we should have someone on our very large coaching staff who can work on that …or, perhaps the team could get Larry to share some of the techniques and methods taught him for making those catches and hanging on to them (along with the hundreds of hours of practice).. Our defense continues to amaze in almost freakish form and I think PP has showed he’s not overrated and was worth his contract. Cromartie is playing the best ball of his career and seems to have found a chemistry with this team that I hope we’ll be able to retain.
    All is not lost folks, Stanton is a better backup QB than some teams have for a starter and he is surrounded by phenomenal talent playing in a system built to succeed when it comes time for the next man up. Very proud of this Band of Brothers who are going to be tested heavily by the Lions this Sunday! Amazing win! Good job all!
    It was GREAT seeing Jake Plummer manning the siren…Wow, particularly heart rendering when honoring his good friend and teammate and all who’ve served on Veteran’s Day!

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