Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd said he will play Sunday against the Jaguars, a week after suffering a sprained A/C joint in his right shoulder. “I feel pretty good, but I think after tomorrow, having two days to get treatment and stuff like that, getting it prepared for the game, it’ll help me out,” Floyd said. “Yeah, I’ll play.” Floyd returned to practice Thursday after sitting out Wednesday. During the open portion of practice, Floyd was playing catch with receivers coach Kevin Garver, but couldn’t throw the ball back to Garver overhand. He said he was able to catch a few passes near or above his shoulders. “I don’t want to put too much stress on it,” Floyd said. Floyd was injured late in the fourth quarter when he was hit by Houston cornerback Kareem Jackson. The two went shoulder-to-shoulder, and in replays Floyd can be seen grimacing in pain. A few plays later he went to the sideline and did not return. “That did not feel good at all,” Floyd said Thursday. The Cardinals offense is better with Floyd on the field, according to ESPN Stats & Information.