Jonathan Ward is immobilized after injury with Cardinals


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Jonathan Ward is immobilized after injury with Cardinals

The Arizona running back injured his head and neck area after a tackle on Kylin Hill on a special teams play.

The runner and member of the special teams of the Arizona cardinals, Jonathan Ward, had to leave the party against the Green bay packers immobilized after a dramatic injury in the third quarter.

With 6.23 left in the third quarter, during James Conner’s post-touchdown kickoff to temporarily put the score at 17-14, Ward reached the 9 yard of Green bay to tackle the comeback specialist Kylin hill.

However, when attempting his takedown, Ward lowered the helmet and went squarely on top of the legs of Hill, bending his neck and hitting his head on impact.

Ward fell to the grass immediately and He froze, While Hill He lay on the other side, complaining of the pain in his legs.

Both players had to leave the match after the hit, Hill in the care cart, while Ward he stayed longer on the field of play before being placed on a stretcher. When leaving the field, Ward he raised the thumb of his right hand.

The Packers immediately ruled out the return of Hill for a knee injury.

Arizona He reported that Ward was being evaluated for a concussion and neck injury, he also disclosed that the player had movement in all of his limbs.

Injury to Hill he joined defensive lineman Kingsley Keke, who was sidelined with a concussion, while tight end Robert Tonyan suffered a knee injury after a catch and his return was reported as questionable.

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Before the game, the Packers They had already ruled out starting wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling with a hamstring injury.

Also incumbent recipients Davante Adams and Allen Lazard were not activated due to COVID-19 protocols.


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