NFC West Recap: Cardinals Place David Johnson On Injured Reserve

The Cardinals placed star running back David Johnson on injured reserve this week.

Here's a recap of the latest news surrounding the rest of the NFC West: 

Arizona Cardinals (0-1)

What happened:The Cardinals fell to the Detroit Lions, 35-23, in Week 1. 

  • Arizona's offense suffered a huge loss in Week 1 with star running back David Johnson sustaining a dislocated wrist injury. The team placed Johnson on injured reserve Tuesday and re-signed veteran running back Chris Johnson. 
  • Cardinals owner Bill Bidwell was elected to the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame. 
  • Kyle Odegard hit the film room and broke down Justin Bethel's interception return for a touchdown in Sunday's game that came on the first pass attempt from Matthew Stafford. 

San Francisco 49ers (0-1)

What happened:The 49ers opened the season with a loss to the Carolina Panthers, 23-3.

  • 49ers first-round pick Reuben Foster may be sidelined a month with a high-ankle sprain. 
  • Here's a look at how playing time was split up for the 49ers in their Week 1 loss to the Panthers. 
  • Joe Fann of 49ers.com answered questions from fans about the 49ers defensive line and more. 

Los Angeles Rams (1-0)

What happened:  The Rams registered a huge win against the Indianapolis Colts at home, 46-9.

  • Jared Goff — the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft — started off his second season hot. 
  • The Rams made a few roster moves today, adding a new offensive tackle and letting go of three players, including former Seahawks defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson. 
  • Finally, Rams writer and reporter Kristen Lago highlighted outside linebacker Robert Quinn for his performance against the Panthers. 

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seattle Seahawks' trip to Green Bay for Week 1 against the Packers. 

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