The Arizona Cardinals listed safety Rashad Johnson, receiver Early Doucet and safety James Sanders as players who did not participate in practice on Wednesday, according to the team's injury report.
Doucet sat out of practice all of last week with a concussion and didn't play on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, and Sanders also missed the Detroit game with a calf injury after being listed as doubtful. Johnson played against the Lions and returned an interception 53 yards for a touchdown in Arizona's 38-10 victory. He was listed as having a hamstring injury.
The Cardinals had nine players who were limited in Wednesday's practice.
Offensive players on the list included tackle Nate Potter (knee), guard Mike Gibson (calf), tight end Rob Housler (knee), and fullback Anthony Sherman (knee).
On defense, defensive end Calais Campbell (calf), linebacker Quentin Groves (foot), defensive end Ronald Talley (ankle), cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring) and defensive tackle Dan Williams (hamstring) were also limited.