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Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Bruce Arians
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense15th95.0 (20th)274.3 (11th)
Defense9th133.0 (28th)189.0 (6th)

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Cardinals' Tony Jefferson: Forces a fumble in Week 3 loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jefferson forced a fumble and registered nine tackles Sunday against the Bills.

Jefferson now has 30 tackles on the year while collecting at least nine in each contest. After posting just 78 tackles in each of the last two seasons, he looks like he could be ready to take a step forward in his fourth season. However, he'll need to improve on more than numbers in the tackle category, as he has just four sacks and four forced fumbles since the beginning of the 2014 season.

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Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Picks off another pass Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Peterson picked off his second pass of the season in Sunday's defeat at Buffalo.

Peterson may have made the defensive play of the week, gathering in a deep pass down the right sideline with his right hand and having the presence of mind to tap down both feet as he fell out of bounds. With interceptions in back-to-back games, he's now posted double-digit picks in each of his six NFL campaigns. The fast start may be fool's gold, though, as opposing quarterbacks will likely wise up to throwing his way as the season continues.

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Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Could be fully cleared by Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Floyd (concussion) has been cleared for non-contact activity and coach Bruce Arians remains optimistic he'll be cleared in full by Thursday, Alex Marvez of Sporting News reports.

Floyd entered the league mandated concussion protocol on Monday and is already seeing vast improvement with his condition. He'll be good to go for non-contact drills on Wednesday and as long as he doesn't have any lingering symptoms, he should be cleared in full come Thursday. With that said, it appears Floyd should be ready for Sunday's matchup with the Rams, but his practice availability over the next few days should either confirm or deny that sentiment.

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Cardinals' Daryl Washington: Still has yet to return from suspension
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Washington (suspension) has yet to return from his extended suspension.

The once promising linebacker has taken long, dark ride down suspension road, having not played a game since 2013. Washington signed a four-year contract shortly before being handed his first year-long suspension, which actually turned into an indefinite suspension in the wake of multiple other incidents, in 2014. He now sits on the Cardinals' suspended reserve. There has been no word regarding the status of his possible reinstatement since he applied for it in July of 2015. His chances of yet again becoming an impact player in the NFL look slim at this point.

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Cardinals' Brandon Williams: Logs no defensive snaps in Week 3
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Williams logged no snaps on defense and 12 on special teams in Sunday's defeat in Buffalo.

Williams earned the starting spot opposite Patrick Peterson in Week 1 almost by default due to Justin Bethel's lingering foot injury and the placement of Mike Jenkins (knee) and Elie Bouka (hamstring) on injured reserve. Among other faux pas, Williams was burned off the line by the Patriots' Julian Edelman for an easy touchdown in that contest, spurring the Cardinals to test recent addition Marcus Cooper in Week 2. Cooper took full advantage with two interceptions of Jameis Winston and has now notched exactly seven tackles in back-to-back games. Thus, Williams has been relegated to special teams duty for the time being.

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