Cardinals' David Johnson Could Miss 'Half the Season' With Sprained Wrist

Golden Tate

According to Ian Rapoport, Johnson busted his wrist pretty good in yesterday's loss to the Detroit Lions and he's going to be out a while.

This is the second straight game that Johnson suffered an injury. The NFL expanded the injured reserve this year to allow teams to recall two players off of injured reserve in a season rather than just one, so the Cardinals would keep one spot open should another key piece go down.

He is coming off his first full season as the starter where he racked up 1,239 rushing yards with 16 touchdowns along with 80 catches for 879 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

The injury will test the depth of the team on the offensive line. Arians wouldn't put an official timeline on Johnson's return, should that be the injury, but Arians cited rookie running back T.J. Logan, who'll end up missing 8-to-12 weeks with the same injury.

He was hoping to chase history again in 2017, after finishing last season 121 yards from becoming just the third National Football League player in history to gain 1000 rushing and receiving yards. Against the Lions, John Wetzel played in Humphries' place.

Penn State's James Franklin throws shade that's sure to fuel Pitt rivalry
McSorley finished 15-for-28 for 164 yards, three touchdowns and one interception, but completed just six passes to receivers. Quarterback Max Browne - former USC starter - got Hall the ball right behind the end zone, and Penn State was ready.

Trump ignores Republicans on Democrats' debt limit and Harvey funds plan
Congress must raise the debt ceiling by the end of September to prevent the government from defaulting on its obligations. House voted Wednesday to fund nearly $8 billion for Hurricane Harvey relief, with full support from the Texas delegation.

Alabama close to being a unanimous No. 1 in both polls
College football is back! Once again, the only Group of Five team in the Top 25 is USF, which dropped from No. 19 to No. 21. Florida State fell to No. 10 in the AP Poll and No. 9 in the Coaches Poll .

"I have all the confidence (in other backs)".

"He didn't play very well".

Arians noted that Arizona led 17-15 entering the fourth quarter.

In a radio interview after his press conference, Arians explained a bit more: "He wants to find a way to play".