| Greg Dortch not expected to play|
Marquise Brown activated off IR
By: Mike Krueger | Sat Nov 26, 11:00 pm
|Cardinals’ WR Greg Dortch, listed as questionable for Sunday due to a thumb injury, is unlikely to play vs. the Chargers, per sources. Cardinals also have ruled out WR Rondale Moore but they did activate WR Marquise Brown. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: The Cardinals are going to be thin at wide receiver this week which may force Brown into a bigger role than Arizona would like considering he hasn't played since Week 6. Andre Baccellia has also been activated from the practice squad but isn't fantasy viable.
| Rondale Moore Out, Greg Dortch gametime decision|
Dortch missed practice all week
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Nov 25, 4:02 pm
- “looks that way” for Kyler Murray to start
- Humphries, Murphy are out
- Greg Dortch is a game day decision
- Marquise Brown is expected to play Sunday (Darren Urban on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Rondale Moore is going to miss with his hamstring injury but his replacement, Greg Dortch, who missed practice all week with a thumb injury but is listed as Questionable to play. He would be a fine PPR option if in fact he does play, but it's very curious for him not to even participate in practice this week. We're also waiting on word whether or not Hollywood Brown will be on a snap count.
| Marquise Brown has a chance to play Monday night|
Activated from injured reserve
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Nov 16, 1:58 pm
|The Cardinals have designated wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) to return from the injured reserve list and there’s a chance he can play Monday night against the 49ers in Mexico City. The team also signed OL Julien Davenport and tight end Chris Price to the practice squad. (Bob McManaman on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Brown last played in Week 6 against Seattle and has been on the shelf since with a foot injury. If he does play, it could cut into the targets for Rondale Moore who's been a solid WR2 in PPR leagues the last three weeks.
| Zach Ertz likely done for the year|
By: Doug Orth | Mon Nov 14, 7:25 pm
|Sources: #AZCardinals TE Zach Ertz has suffered a season-ending knee injury. A brutal reality for Arizona and its veteran. (NFL Network - Ian Rapoport)|
FFToday's Take: After Travis Kelce and Mark Andrews, Ertz was operating as the overall TE3 in fantasy for most of the season. Ertz's absence opens the door for Trey McBride to step into his role, although the rookie will be hard-pressed to be even a low-end TE1 despite his obvious talent. It is much more likely Ertz's targets will be redistributed to DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore in the short term - at least until Marquise Brown is able to return.
| Marquise Brown likely out at least six weeks|
Non-surgical fracture; seeking second opinion
By: Doug Orth | Mon Oct 17, 6:30 pm
|Some good news for AZCardinals WR Marquise Brown: Following the MRI, his foot isn’t as bad as was initially thought. It’s a small, non-surgical fracture, source said. Recovery time is about 6 weeks. He’s getting a second opinion from Dr. Robert Anderson before moving forward. (NFL Network - Ian Rapoport)|
FFToday's Take: Brown and his fantasy managers can feel slightly better about this timeline than the one earlier Monday that had him possibly missing the rest of the season. As it is with this new timeline, however, he may miss the rest of the fantasy season. It is also possible that the Cardinals choose to keep him in bubble wrap if they fall too far back in the NFC West over the next month or so - which is a distinct possibility. In Brown's absence, DeAndre Hopkins, Rondale Moore and Zach Ertz should all be locked into the majority of fantasy lineups.
| Rondale Moore expected to play|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Oct 9, 8:15 am
|Cardinals’ WR Rondale Moore, listed as questionable for Sunday due to a knee injury, is expected to play vs. Eagles, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: A.J. Green (knee) will also be on the field today after getting in a full practice on Friday. Moore had back-to-back limited practices on Thursday and Friday. He should be on the field a lot today but will be hard to trust given the Questionable tag and his poor showing in Week 4 (3-11-0, 5 targets).
| Cards hopeful on Rondale Moore, A.J. Green doubtful|
Hamstring injury for Moore
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Sep 28, 1:09 pm
|Kingsbury said he is hopeful that WR Rondale Moore can give the Cardinals something Sunday, although it may be limited given how much time he has been out.
Kliff said WR A.J. Green is doubtful to play this week with the knee injury. (Darren Urban on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Moore has been battling a hamstring injury and has yet to play this season. It sounds like he's going to give it a go this week but may be limited. The passing offense should continue to flow through Marquise Brown, Greg Dortch and TE Zach Ertz in Week 4.
| Arizona expected to be without Rondale Moore, Andy Isabella|
Greg Dortch show?
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Sep 16, 10:36 am
|Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella (strained back) is not expected to play this week, but not regarded as a long-term injury, per a league source. Cardinals also expected to be without Rondale Moore for another week due to a pulled hamstring, per source @PFN365. (Aaron Wilson on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Looks like it's going to be the Greg Dortch show again. Dortch (7-63-0) was manning the slot in Week 1 against the Chiefs and received 9 targets, playing on 91% of the Cardinals offensive snaps. He'll be a viable option in PPR leagues as Flex play or WR3 against the Raiders in a game with a 51.5 total.
| Rondale Moore injures hamstring in practice Thursday|
Will have an MRI
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Sep 8, 4:41 pm
|Cardinals wide receiver Rondale Moore injured his hamstring today during practice, per a league source, is going to have further examination, including an MRI to determine severity of injury. Cardinals already playing without DeAndre Hopkins due to suspension (Aaron Wilson on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Doesn't sound great for his availability against the Chiefs in Week 1. Already down Hopkins and with tight end Zach Ertz dealing with a calf issue, the Cardinals and Kyler Murray are going to be searching for receiving options on Sunday. Marquise Brown, A.J. Green and Antoine Wesley are next up on the depth chart