Cardinals WR Floyd leaves practice with hand injury
Arizona Cardinals starting wide receiver Michael Floyd left practice with an injured left hand. The Cardinals didn't reveal the severity of the injury that occurred near the goal line at University of Phoenix Stadium. He was in obvious pain when he walked off the field with a trainer. Entering his fourth NFL season, the 6foot-2, 220-pound Floyd has been the main downfield threat for a talented group of Arizona receivers that includes Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown.
Floyd, a first-round draft - 12th overall - out of Notre Dame, caught 47 passes for 841 yards and six touchdowns last season, down from his breakout 2012 year, when he caught 65 passes for 1,041 yards and five scores. Jaron Brown took Floyd's place with the first unit the rest of practice. Later in the practice, guard John Fullington was taken off the field in a cart with a left knee injury. The Cardinals got some good news on injuries earlier in the week when an MRI determined that he only hyperextended his left knee in practice Tuesday. Humphries, trying to unseat Bobby Massie as starting right tackle, was one of 13 players sitting out Wednesday's practice with injuries.