Cardinals QB Carson Palmer has missed two straight games with a shoulder injury.
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Earlier this week, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said that Wednesday would be a big day for QB Carson Palmer to show that the nerve issue in his right shoulder has healed enough for him to return to the lineup after missing the last two games. However, it has not worked out that way.
Arians said, via Darren Urban of the team’s website, that Palmer was excused from the team’s practice so he could go see a specialist about his shoulder. Arians explained that Palmer threw a lot late last week while the Cardinals were on their bye and that his condition has regressed since then.
That points to another start for Drew Stanton, who quarterbacked the team to victories over the Giants and 49ers before the team went on their bye week.