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Sports Hopkins active vs. Panthers despite ankle injury

19:45  04 october  2020
19:45  04 october  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Hopkins didn’t practice on Wednesday, due to an ankle injury . Ten Cardinals in all missed practice, and only two of them (receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Not practicing due to injury , along with Hopkins , were safety Budda Baker (thumb), safety Chris Banjo (hamstring), linebacker Devon Kennard (calf)

Cardinals star receiver DeAndre Hopkins remained out of practice Thursday. He has missed other practices this season with the ankle injury , and he played through it in Week Four after being listed as The Cardinals added cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick to the practice report Thursday with a foot injury .

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Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is active for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers despite not practicing during the week due to an ankle injury.

Hopkins was considered a game-time decision. Wide receiver Christian Kirk, whose status was also in doubt, is active with a groin injury.

The former Houston Texans standout has been remarkably durable throughout his eight-year career, missing just two games due to injury.

Hopkins leads the NFL with 356 yards on 32 catches, while Andy Isabella, who's second on the team in receiving, has 114 yards on seven grabs.

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