NFL Injury Report
ARIZONA CARDINALS at GREEN BAY PACKERS — CARDINALS: OUT: LB Deone Bucannon (chest). QUESTIONABLE: S Budda Baker (knee), S Rudy Ford (heel), T D.J. Humphries (knee), LB Haason Reddick (neck), WR Chad Williams (ankle). PACKERS: OUT: S Kentrell Brice (ankle, concussion), RB Tra Carson (rib), DE Mike Daniels (foot), WR Trevor Davis (hamstring), S Raven Greene (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: T David Bakhtiari (knee), CB Bashaud Breeland (groin), WR Randall Cobb (hamstring), CB Kevin King (hamstring), G Lane Taylor (quadricep).
The San Francisco 49ers are 0-9, but they're still showing some fight literally.
Arizona Cardinals safetyAntoineBethea landed a late hit on 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard, which prompted a retaliation from San Francisco. Three players Arizona's Frostee Rucker and Haason Reddick, San Francisco's Carlos Hyde were ejected.
3rd big fight of the day, happened during #Cardinals-#49ers game pic.twitter.com/WoAgNQgcgW Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 6, 2017
3 ejected for fighting in Cardinals-49ers game
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals hit San Francisco quarterback C.J. Beathard one time too many for the 49ers' sake.
HOMEWARD BOUND: Haason Reddick returns to familiar Lincoln Financial Field to face Eagles
When the Arizona Cardinals face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Haason Reddick will be bring his inspiring story back to Lincoln Financial Field where he starred as an outstanding player for Temple University. Reddick is now a terrific rookie linebacker for the Cardinals.
Reddick is quite a story. He grew up in Camden, N.J. and was a walk-on at Temple. Reddick will have a lot of fans from Camden and Philadelphia watching him play against the Eagles.
Haason Reddick returns home when Cardinals visit Eagles
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Haason Reddick is coming home to go after Carson Wentz.
The rookie linebacker returns to the field where he starred in college when the Arizona Cardinals (2-2) visit the Philadelphia Eagles (3-1) on Sunday.
Reddick, who grew up in nearby Camden, New Jersey, was a walk-on at Temple. He rose to become the No. 13 pick in the NFL draft, which was held in Philadelphia.
Cardinals’ Markus Golden out for season with torn ACL
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals will have to move forward without one of their best defensive players after linebacker Markus Golden tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, an injury that ended his season.
Golden, a third-year pro whose 12½ sacks led the Cardinals last season, was injured while rushing the passer in overtime of Sunday's 18-15 win over the San Francisco 49ers. He will need surgery after the swelling in his knee goes down, coach Bruce Arians said.
Bucannon among Cardinal inactives for Cowboys game
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Dallas running back Darren McFadden was inactive for Monday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona inside linebacker Deone Bucannon, given a good shot at starting by coach Bruce Arians earlier in the week, was inactive as he continues to recover from an ankle injury.
Cardinals elevate Scooby Wright from practice squad
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals have elevated inside linebacker Scooby Wright from the practice squad and released outside linebacker Philip Wheeler.
Wright lost out in a competition for a backup role and was released in Arizona's final roster cut, then re-signed to the practice squad.
With Deone Bucannon missing the opener with an ankle injury, the Cardinals were down to three inside linebackers — Karlos Dansby, Haason Reddick and Josh Bynes — before activating Wright.
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ARIZONA CARDINALS (7-8-1)
New Faces: ILB Karlos Dansby, K Phil Dawson, S Antoine Bethea, S Budda Baker, QB Blaine Gabbert, ILB Haason Reddick.
Key Losses: S Tony Jefferson, DT Calais Campbell, S D.J. Swearinger, ILB Kevin Minter, K Chandler Catanzaro, OG Earl Watford, CB Tyvon Branch.
Arians has much to criticize in Arizona’s final week of camp
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona coach Bruce Arians opened the final week of training camp with a long list of complaints after dissecting the Cardinals' performance in Saturday night's 24-23 preseason loss to the Chicago Bears.
But he noted that at least his team led 7-3 when he pulled the starters and nobody got hurt in the game.
Arians said he was disappointed in the play of his younger players.
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Don't look for too many stars on the field Thursday night when the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals kick off the NFL preseason in the Pro Football Hall of Fame game.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — In the NFL, one man's misfortune is another man's opportunity.
With Deone Bucannon still recovering from ankle surgery, first-round draft pick Haason Reddick is playing with the starters at inside linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals.
The lessons have been invaluable, he said, particularly because he lines up alongside 14-year NFL veteran Karlos Dansby.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals placed starting inside linebacker Deone Bucannon on the physically unable to perform list Friday.
Bucannon had ankle surgery in May to repair a lingering problem.
Bucannon was selected as a safety in the first round out of Washington State in 2014. The Cardinals soon moved him to inside linebacker because of a need at that position and he's been there since.
Cardinals sign 1st-round draft pick Reddick
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals have signed first-round draft pick Haason Reddick to a four-year contract.
The signing of the linebacker out of Temple leaves all of the Cardinals draft picks under contract.
Reddick has seen considerable time with the team's first unit in the absence of Deone Bucannon, who is recovering from ankle surgery.
Cardinals sign 2nd-round pick Budda Baker
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals have signed safety Budda Baker, the team's second-round draft pick out of Washington.
Baker, the 36th selection overall, led the Huskies in tackles (71) and tackles for loss last season. He also had three sacks and two interceptions.
With the signing of the four-year deal Thursday, the Cardinals have all draftees under contract except their first-round pick, linebacker Haason Reddick.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals starting inside linebacker Deone Bucannon has undergone ankle surgery to repair a lingering problem.
Coach Bruce Arians said after Tuesday's first OTA session that "if everything goes perfect," Bucannon could be ready for the season opener Sept. 10 at Detroit. But Arians said there's always a chance he won't.
There were a number of local college football standouts who brought a lot of attention to their schools and Philadelphia in the NFL Draft. The Temple Owls had the biggest impact.
The Owls’ defensive end Haason Reddick was chosen by the Arizona Cardinals with the 13th overall pick in the first round. Reddick, a Camden, N.J. native, walked on and later became a star at Temple.
Temple’s defensive end Haason Reddick can hardly wait to play for Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians who was also the head coach at Temple from 1983-1988. Reddick, a Camden, N.J. native, was selected with the 13th pick in the first round by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2017 NFL Draft.
“That’s special a fellow Temple guy,” Reddick said. “How many people coming from the draft can say that they’re going to play for a fellow alum. It’s going to be really special.”
With QBs gone, Cardinals choose versatile linebacker
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The arrival of the heir apparent to Carson Palmer will have to wait.
With the three best quarterbacks gone, the Cardinals used the No. 13 pick in the NFL draft on Thursday night to choose versatile linebacker Haason Reddick, who rose from walk-on at Temple to one of the most coveted defensive players in the draft.
Not that the Cardinals would have chosen a quarterback anyway.
2017 NFL Draft: Temple’s Haason Reddick drafted by Arizona Cardinals
This offseason, the Arizona Cardinals took a hit on the defensive side of the football as they lost both safety Tony Jefferson and defensive end Calais Campbell. Out of the two players, losing Campbell hurts the most as he was a dominant force on the Cardinals’ defensive line.
However, it looks like Arizona will be OK as they addressed the defensive line in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Temple’s Haason Reddick goes to Arizona Cardinals
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Haason Reddick wore a red tie to the NFL draft because he had a feeling he was going to Arizona.
"After the visit I had, talking to coach B.A. (Bruce Arians), the love that was shown was so genuine," Reddick said. "It felt like I wanted to be there."
Awaiting his draft dream come true, Temple’s Haason Reddick right at home
The NFL Draft is an exciting time for a number of players around the country. But this year’s draft will take place in Philadelphia from April 27-29 on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Haason Reddick, who grew up right across the bridge in Camden, N.J., and played his college football at Temple University, the draft is a big deal for him.
A case can be made that no player in this NFL draft has benefited more from the process that follows the college football season than Haason Reddick.
With stellar showings at the Senior Bowl and combine, the Temple linebacker has gone from a possible first-round pick to a potential top-10 selection. Less than a week before the draft, Reddick still is meeting with interested teams.
The NFL Draft has become a big story in Philadelphia. The draft will take place on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway April 27-29. Two of the biggest stories are right in Philly. They belong to Temple University’s Haason Reddick and Kutztown University’s Jordan Morgan.
Temple’s Haason Reddick enjoying the ride to NFL draft
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — For some NFL prospects, the arrival of spring coincides with the dog days of the process that leads to the draft. Let's get to Philadelphia already, is what many are thinking.
Haason Reddick has exactly opposite feelings. Maybe it's because he went to school in Philly, at Temple. Or that he's from Camden, New Jersey, just across the river.
Or just maybe the college defensive end who projects as a pro linebacker simply is enjoying everything about the lead-up to April 27.
Haason Reddick doesn't plan to change his work ethic heading into the NFL Draft next month. After a brilliant season playing for the Temple Owls, Reddick has played well in the Senior Bowl and was sensational at the NFL Combine last week.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The day after Haason Reddick finished turning heads at the NFL scouting combine, he showed up for more workouts at his school. At 6 a.m.
After all, there was a pro day upcoming, at which he could impress even more people. He's already considered one of the rising stars of this class, projected by some as a first-round pick.
Draft Diary: Reddick’s path to NFL started as Temple walk-on
As a walk-on at Temple, Haason Reddick earned a starting spot before he got a scholarship.
Reddick's father says his son was tempted at times during his college career to give up football and get a job instead of burdening his parents with tuition payments.
"He loved the game, but he was ready to let the game go," said Raymond Williams, Reddick's father.