Bruce Arians likes the depth he’s built in the defensive line and it’s necessary. “We want to be able to tap out and play fast” Arians said and staying fresh is important to production. Can guys balk at coming out? Maybe. But “the guy knows when to come out” Arians said. “Some guys won’t come out. Other guys like to play fresh.”

Then sometimes there is the issue Arians had last season with the Colts. “I had a problem last year in Indy” he said. “(Pro Bowlers Robert) Mathis and (Dwight) Freeney tapped out in the same time I was ‘Whoa whoa whoa. You can’t both come out. I just learned the two guys’ names behind you. One has to stay in there.’ “

– It turned out RB Ryan Williams did not have the precautionary second opinion he planned on yesterday. Arians said he was feeling better and decided just to rehab at the stadium. He will sit out today but with the off day tomorrow Williams is hoping to return to practice Thursday.

– The new injuries are TE Kory Sperry (ankle) and CB Jamell Fleming (hamstring). That’s a tough one for Fleming who is battling in a very competitive secondary. Sperry way under the radar after signing late last year is playing well enough that Arians is bummed out he is out. “I’m a little ticked because Kory is having a heck of a camp.” Sperry can play in the backfield too which is key.