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first_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Peters did not practice on Wednesday, and he will not play this week due to a high-ankle sprain. In fact, Peters is expected to miss “a little bit of time,” according to Arians.With Peters sidelined, Rodney Gunter and Xavier Williams, who is healthy once again after missing the past two games, will see their roles increased.“Those two guys will just rotate and roll it,” Arians said.Injury reportAside from Peters, linebacker Karlos Dansby was the only other Cardinals player who did not see the practice field on Wednesday. Dansby’s absence, however, was not injury related. He was given the day off.Listed limited were wide receiver John Brown (back), center A.Q. Shipley (shoulder) and tackle John Wetzel (back).The Texans had three players not practice: linebacker Dylan Cole (hamstring), tackle Julien Davenport (shoulder) and wide receiver Will Fuller. Reports out of Houston have Fuller not playing against the Cardinals on Sunday. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 3 Comments   Share   “I want to play,” he said. “But, I also need to remove myself from the situation and say, ‘Is this what’s best for the team?’ and trying to help us get back to .500, because at the end of the day, we all have to be short-sighted right now. We have to just win one football game against a really good defense that we’re going up against.”Tramon Williams the ‘perfect fit’Against Seattle, cornerback Tramon Williams accounted for three of the six passes defensed by the Cardinals’ defense. He also had three tackles.It was a performance that Pro Football Focus graded (91.5) as the highest of any cornerback in Week 10.“He’s the perfect fit opposite Pat (Peterson) right now,” Arians said.Told of those comments plus the ranking by Pro Football Focus, Williams, sitting at his chair in front of his locker, smiled.“Any time you get mentioned by your peers, that’s always the top level of what you want to hear but anything else, anything from outsiders or whatnot, I really don’t pay much attention to,” he said Wednesday.Since replacing Justin Bethel in the starting lineup three games ago, Williams has recorded 17 tackles, including 10 against the Rams in London, and five passes defensed. He leads the team with six total pass breakups. TEMPE, Ariz. – All quarterback Drew Stanton has ever wanted is an opportunity. He hasn’t had many — only 15 starts in 11 seasons — but he has one now with the Arizona Cardinals.Two starts into said opportunity, however, and Stanton is dealing with an injury that may prevent him from a third straight start coming up this Sunday at Houston.Stanton was on the practice field once again on Wednesday, albeit as a limited participant, after spraining his right knee against Seattle last week. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more

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