The Arizona Cardinals activated veteran broad receiver A.J. Eco-friendly from the reserve/COVID-19 listing Thursday.
Eco-friendly was placed on the listing Nov. three and missed the Cardinals’ 31-17 victory in excess of the San Francisco 49ers.
The Cardinals (eight-one) ended up also without the need of starting quarterback Kyler Murray and major broad receiver DeAndre Hopkins in that activity. Murray said Wednesday that his sprained left ankle “feels way far better” and he hopes he can return for Sunday’s activity against the Carolina Panthers. Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said this 7 days that Hopkins, who has a hamstring personal injury, is day-to-day.
Eco-friendly, a seven-time Professional Bowl range who is in his initial time with the Cardinals right after paying his initial 10 NFL seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, is 3rd on the team with 456 acquiring yards. He also has 29 catches and three touchdowns in 8 video games.
In other moves Thursday, the Cardinals placed extended-snapper Aaron Brewer (forearm) and limited close David Wells (hand) on wounded reserve.