David Johnson suffers dislocated wrist, likely to require surgery

Bruce Arians announced Monday afternoon that star running back David Johnson has a dislocated wrist and will probably require surgery.

He said Johnson is now seeking a second opinion on the injury before deciding whether to undergo surgery.

After Johnson left the contest, fifth-year man Kerwynn Williams took over the lead running back duties.

It appears the Cardinals' options are to move Veldheer back or start Wetzel and keep Veldheer on the right side.

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Up to that point in the game there hadn't been too much to write home about Johnson's performance. He ran the ball 11 times for a total of just 23 yards, averaging only 2.1 yards per carry.

Before getting injured Sunday, Johnson was on his way to having a nice game.

If Johnson were to be placed on the IR list, it would mean he would miss at least eight weeks of action before he would be eligible to return to the active roster.

From a fantasy football perspective, fantasy owners should be preparing for the worst.

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The injury news was a little better on starting left tackle D.J. Humphries, out one to two weeks with a strained knee.

The injury will test the depth of the team on the offensive line.

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

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