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Gollin's 2016 Blog -
by Jeff Gollin

Injuries & Bye Week Bring Roster Changes.
Tues. Nov 1 - The Cards came out of the Carolina debacle down one starting LT (Veldheer) and Swiss Army Knife roving safety (Mathieu). Nothing all that dramatic but moves had to be made to fill roster-holes, and Steve Keim pulled the trigger.

Cards placed Wr Jared Brown on IR, promoted WR Chris Hubert from the PS and added OT Martin Wallace to the PS and then released him as part of later moves.

Jared Veldheer (pec) and Ifanyi Momah placec on IR

Cards signed OG Taylor Boggs and promoted S Christian Bryant from the PS.

Cards signed TE Brian Leonhardt and Zavier Gooden to the PS.

Mathieu could be out anywhere from 3 - 6 weeks, so the Cards have not moved him - at least as of now.

The losses of Veldheer and the Badger hurt the most, but - as they say - "you gotta play the games." Backup OL John Wetzel continues to step up and surprise everyone and Mathieu was still hampered by a knee brace.

From a fan's viewpoint, the thing is to get used to a revamped lineup missing a key WR (Jared Brown), starting LT (Veldheer) and an integral part of the deep secondary (Mathieu). We'll just have to cross our fingers and wait & see how the backups do during the back-end of the 2016 season.

Equally as important will be how the Cards deal with their dismal loss to Carolina and how they plan to make up the game & a half deficit behind the Seahawks.

Enjoy your week off.




 
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