#AZCardinals WR Michael Floyd, just a month after dislocating 3 fingers, is poised to play today. A big boost for the Cardinals offense.
Arians said Floyd, Gresham, Niklas all game-time decisions. But Arians optimistic about Floyd. #NOvsAZ
Arians said Michael Floyd will practice tomorrow. #NOvsAZ
Arians said Floyd could still play the first game. Iupati will miss the opener.
Fox Sports Arizona "It's been three weeks since Michael Floyd dislocated three fingers at practice. But head coach Bruce Arians remains optimistic he'll be ready to go for the season opener vs. the Saints on Sept. 13." August 28
Mike Floyd’s three dislocations came through left palm. He showed other players pictures.#azcardinals
Arizona Republic "Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians can’t say for sure just how long injured wide receiver Michael Floyd will be sidelined because of the uniqueness of the injury and how Floyd suffered it. During passing drills on Wednesday, Floyd dove for a ball and braced for the fall with his his open left..." August 08
Pro Football Talk "The Cardinals lost wide receiver Michael Floyd for a while when he dislocated three fingers this week and they aren’t sure at this point just how long a while. Initial reports estimated Floyd would be out three-to-five weeks, but Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Friday, via Josh Weinfuss of..." August 07
SI "Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd could miss six weeks and possibly the start of the season after breaking three fingers on his left hand on Wednesday, reports NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. The Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers later reported Floyd’s injury “might not be as severe” as..." August 06
#AZCardinals WR Michael Floyd broke three fingers on his left hand, source said. He’s out six weeks, likely to miss start of the season.
#AZCardinals haven't made a decision on Michael Floyd fifth year option, deadline is COB on May 3rd. Any decision will come after the draft.
Few observations from my visit to Cardinals camp: 1. Michael Floyd is in for a big year. Some people in camp think he'll be their No. 1 WR.
Arizona Republic "Two of the Cardinals’ more productive offensive players, receiver Michael Floyd and running back Andre Ellington, missed practice Wednesday because of injuries, and both are day to day, according to coach Bruce Arians. Floyd has been playing through a shoulder injury, but it’s a sprained ankle..." December 05
Courier-Post "Michael Floyd is a quiet guy who would much prefer to shy away from attention once the game is over. The way he’s playing, there’s no ducking the spotlight. It’s been a breakout season for the big, young Arizona Cardinals wide receiver. In each of the past two games, the second-year pro..." November 30
Raising Zona "An offense with two first round wide receivers should be absolutely unstoppable, and perhaps the emergence of Arizona Cardinals Michael Floyd is not a mirage in the dessert heat. Should Floyd keep up this new found dominance it will open things up for the rest of this could be dynamic..." November 23
ESPN "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..." November 15
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd right shoulder injury, return questionable.
Raising Zona "Arizona Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd is starting to come around. He is starting to show what we were promised a year ago when he was a first-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft. He is stepping up like a number two receiver should. Whether he is a two or three receiver that remains to be..." August 25
Fox Sports Arizona "Michael Floyd’s training camp storyline is static. That’s beginning to annoy him. “It’s in one ear and out the other” he said with a faint smile. Don’t get him wrong. Floyd likes the idea of relieving pressure from Larry Fitzgerald but when he projects his 2013 accomplishments he has a few..." August 14
SB Nation "The Arizona Cardinals are expected to be a better team with quarterback Carson Palmer, but most still expect them to end up at the bottom of the NFC West. What the team really needs is a few players to break out, and the team's official website included wide receiver Michael Floyd on a list of..." July 14