We don't usually put much stock in spring puff pieces, but there's been a buzz about Cardinals WR Michael Floyd over the past couple weeks. QB Carson Palmer recently added to that. “The way Mike Floyd is playing just jumped out at me," Palmer said. “I have very high expectations for Mike this year." Floyd broke out for a 65-1,041-5 line last year. Just entering his 3rd NFL season, he's capable of even more in 2014.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd is not on the team’s final injury report. He experienced concussion symptoms on Monday but was fully cleared by Thursday. Floyd is off to a slow start but remains a high-end talent playing a big role in an explosive passing game.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd (concussion) put in a full practice on Thursday. Barring a setback between now and Sunday, he'll play against the Rams. Floyd is off to a slow start but retains enough upside to make him worth keeping in fantasy lineups. He posted lines of 5-59 and 7-104 vs. the Rams last year.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd (concussion) has been cleared for non-contact work, according to insider Alex Marvez. The team believes that he could receive full clearance by Thursday. Floyd appears to be on track to play against the Rams this weekend, although there are no guarantees with these concussions.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd is in the league's concussion protocol, HC Bruce Arians announced. Floyd passed a concussion test during Sunday's loss to the Bills but was experiencing headaches on Monday. We'll track his status throughout the week. Floyd's absence would open up snaps and targets for WR John Brown.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd (knee) is active for today’s game against the Seahawks. He only put in a limited practice on Friday and was reportedly limping around then. Floyd won’t be at 100% for today’s tough matchup. We’ve moved him into low-end WR2 territory in the Week 17 Rankings.
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