Cardinals WR Rondale Moore Expected to Play vs. Eagles, per Report
Cardinals WR Rondale Moore Expected To Play vs. Eagles. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rondale Moore would play against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 5.
Moore is recovering from a knee injury. He had previously missed the first three weeks due to a hamstring injury. On Wednesday, he practiced fully before being limited to Thursday and Friday.
Arizona is still without DeAndre Hopkins. They will be looking for Moore to make an impact as they believe he can. Moore didn’t do well in his debut last week against Carolina. He caught for three of his five targets for 11 yards. Moore played 65 offensive snaps (86%).
The Cardinals face the undefeated Eagles. This game will require all of their weapons to win the upset. Marquise Brown has proven to be a solid No. After coming off the injured reserve, Antoine Wesley will likely make his debut on Sunday as Kyler Murray’s No. 1 receiver.
Both Brown and A.J. Green (knee), was not on the injury report, but will play.
Justin Pugh, Trayvon Mullen and D.J. Humphries remains questionable at the moment.
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