The Cardinals could have two rookie receivers active on Sunday against the Jaguars due to injuries to John Brown and Brittan Golden. Chad Williams, a third-round pick, is expected to play in his third game this year and his first since Week 3. Williams was inactive for the past seven games. Carlton Agudosi, promoted from the practice squad this week, could make his NFL debut on Sunday. The Cardinals typically have five receivers active for game days. If that trend continues, Williams and Agudosi would be the fourth and fifth receivers. Here is a scouting report from the team’s oldest receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, on the two youngest: “Carlton is 6-foot-6. He has an incredible, long wingspan. He can make those big-boy catches, like a Plaxico Burress type guy. Chad is very, very quick in and out of his breaks. He does a great job of re-setting a guy and be able to separate. He’s got great suddenness and change of direction. He’s got really strong hands.
Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald, the scout, reports on two teammates
Arizona Central | Nov 25