Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer has been characterized as a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, according to coach Bruce Arians.
Palmer has a high left ankle sprain and has been limited in practice.
"Like you think it would be with an ankle sprain," Arians told Arizona reporters. "He's OK. He's good enough to play. He can move around the pocket as well as he did last week."
Meanwhile, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is still recovering from a concussion and visiting independent neurologists.
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