The Arizona Cardinals will play the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Heinz Field and their final injury report of the week that was released on Friday shows that three of their starters will enter the contest as being listed as questionable to participate.
Guard Mike Iupati (back), linebacker LaMarr Woodley (chest) and safety Rashad Johnson (hip) are those three questionable players and all three were limited in Friday’s practice. Woodley and Iupati both sat out on Thursday, so they seem to be trending in the right direction. Johnson, however, had practiced fully on Thursday, so him being limited on Friday is quite interesting.
Wide receiver John Brown (hamstring), safety Tyrann Mathieu (heel), cornerback Justin Bethel (foot) and tight end Darren Fells (hip) were all limited again on Friday but they all end the week listed as probable.
Also listed as probable on Friday are wide receiver J.J. Nelson (shoulder), tackle Jared Veldheer (ribs) and safety Tony Jefferson (neck). All three players practiced fully on Friday.
Linebacker Alex Okafor (calf) has long been ruled out for Sundays game with an injury that he suffered last week.