In the latest FOX Sports Team Report Podcast, Fowler talks to Arizona Cardinals beat reporter Craig Morgan about Carson Palmer's shoulder, Andre Ellington playing injured, Larry Fitzgerald's future with the team and Morgan shares a fun anecdote about wide receiver John Brown. We also preview the Cardinals next two games agains the Eagles and Cowboys.
Cardinals running back Andre Ellington (partial tendon tear) says his foot isn't going to feel better until after the season is over., according to Cardinals reporter Mike Jurecki.Fantasy Spin:Ellington's injury isn't hurting his workload, he's averaging 26 touches and 108 combined yards per game, but he's only averaging 3.7 ypc in 2014 versus 5.5 ypc last season.
The Arizona Cardinals' injury report for Wednesday listed Andre Ellington (Foot) as a limited participant. This could have an impact for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles if Ellington is unable to play.#454209412 / gettyimages.comThe Cardinals' running back has been dealing with a foot issue pretty much the entire season. Ellington has been able to play through...
At this time last year, the Cardinals were limiting Andre Ellington's playing time because they didn't think he could survive the pounding of a heavy workload on game days.
This year, they are limiting Ellington's practice time so he's healthy enough to take on a heavy workload on game days.
That's how much Ellington has come to mean in one year's time....
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Andre Ellington wasn't in a walking boot, and that's not been the case most Wednesdays this season.
Since he injured his left foot just before the first game, the Cardinals have had to nurse the dynamic young running back through a week of practice then turn him loose on Sundays.
Ellington, his foot heavily taped, has not missed a game, and his latest was...
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Everyone talks about Dangerous Larry and how he gives the Eagles defense Fitz, but the Cardinals have something else coming down the tracks this Sunday that could pose even bigger matchup challenges.
It’s double-threat running back Andre Ellington, the 5-9, 199 lb. 2nd-year guy out of Clemson who’s currently running through and around NFL defenses with wild abandon.
Cardinals running back Andre Ellington saw another full workload, rushing 24 times and seeing nine targets.Fantasy Spin:Ellington rushed for 88 yards (3.7 ypc) and caught six for 72 yards, but failed to get into the end zone. Fantasy owners love the workload as long as his foot injury doesn't get any worse. They can't be happy that backup RB Stepfan Taylor scored twice.
The 4-1 Arizona Cardinals look to avoid the trap that the 0-5 Oakland Raiders are setting for this afternoon in the O.co Coliseum in Oakland. Here’s what we’re going to watch for in this game.
1. How much will Andre Ellington run?
Ellington should have a solid day against an Oakland run defense that bears an odd resemblance to Swiss cheese. The second-year back should come close...
Cardinals running back Andre Ellington saw another full workload.Fantasy Spin:Ellington rushed for 67 yards on 19 carries and caught six balls, but for just 26 yards.
Cardinals running back Andre Ellington couldn't get anything going in the running game, but his pass-catching skills saved fantasy owners.Fantasy Spin:Ellington rushed 16 times for just 32 yards, but caught four balls for 112 yards, including an 81-yard catch and run for a score. That's the advantage of having a RB who is also part of the passing packages.