Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer just spoke to Seattle media via a teleconference and said that the high ankle sprain he suffered Sunday against Tennessee is on the mend.
“It’s feeling a lot better,” Palmer said, calling the injury a “tweak” and saying he had some significant therapy done on the ankle yesterday that helped.
So obviously Palmer expects to play Sunday in Seattle against the Seahawks in a game that is a must-win for the Cardinals, who at 9-5 still have hopes of the playoffs, though the Cardinals will need some help.
WR Larry Fitzgerald also suffered a concussion against the Titans but is expected to play (here’s a more-detailed explanation of the injuries to both players).
Palmer also said that Seattle has the two best safeties in the NFL and the other best cornerback, an obvious reference to the Cardinals’ own Patrick Peterson.