Ronald Moore injury update: Cardinals WR not practicing for Week 3 – DraftKings Nation

  • September 22, 2022

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We break down news that Rondale Moore has a hamstring injury. What it means for Week 3 and beyond.
Thursday update: Moore was working on the side on Thursday, per Tyler Drake. He will once again not practice. His coach continues to call him day-to-day, but and ESPN report has him out for a couple weeks. He’s probably not going to play this week and we’ll again see Greg Dortch get work.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rondale Moore sustained a hamstring injury in practice earlier this month and missed the first two games of the season.
Listed as questionable earlier this week, he was not seen at Wednesday’s open practice, and may end up missing Week 3 as well. Moore had 54 receptions for 435 yards in the 2021 regular season.
The Cardinals are suffering from a WR shortage right now, with Moore still out, DeAndre Hopkins suspended for six games, and Marquise “Hollywood” Brown not seen practicing on Wednesday.
Brown could just be taking a rest day, but if he is limited or does not play against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, AJ Green will likely see a lot of targets from QB Kyler Murray, and with Andy Isabella still questionable, Greg Dortch will also likely get plenty of snaps in.
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