"Cardinals' RB David Johnson is having wrist surgery this week and is expected to miss 2-3 months, source tells ESPN", Adam Schefter wrote on Twitter. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Johnson is expected to miss an extended period of time due to the injury and is a candidate for injured reserve.
Johnson's injury likely means the Cardinals will be even more reliant on Palmer to win with his arm, which should benefit San Francisco in their matchups against the 38-year-old quarterback.
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The team has a particular target for his return if it is possible.
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With Johnson going down, the Cardinals would re-sign Chris Johnson. The NFL expanded the injured reserve this year to allow teams to recall two players off of injured reserve in a season rather than just one, so the Cardinals would keep one spot open should another key piece go down.
Johnson's absence will be a massive blow to the Cardinals, who relied on him heavily last season. It's going to be extremely hard for owners without I.R. spots to keep Johnson on rosters tying up a spot for that long.
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David Johnson, in his third season as a pro, was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated NFL preview edition and the No. 1 pick of countless fantasy football fans. "We've got quality guys on our team and it's an opportunity for somebody to step up". Running back David Johnson followed it up with a fumble on a reception that fortunately didn't result in a turnover on their next drive. He finished 2016 with 1,239 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns, and he added 879 yards and four touchdowns through the air. He averaged 4.2 yards per carry and 11 yards per reception.