Michael Floyd WR ARI 6 Days

OC Harold Goodwin expects the addition of Ted Ginn to help Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald.

With Rob Housler and Andre Roberts functioning as secondary options in the passing game last season, deep speed was missing. Ginn brings the ability to threaten defenses over the top every time he's on the field. It projects to keep safeties occupied more often, therefore opening up the middle of the field for the physically imposing Floyd and Fitz to do damage. Still just 24 years old and coming off a 65-1041-5 season, Floyd is scratching the surface of his upside.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 2 Months

Coach Bruce Arians said Michael Floyd made "great strides" in his second NFL season.

Despite playing through ankle and shoulder woes for much of the season, Floyd played in all 16 games and led the Cardinals in receiving yards (1,041), catches for 20+ yards (17) and yards per reception (16.0). The 24-year-old physical freak is capable of much, much more -- especially under the guidance of passing game savant Arians. "I think Michael is starting to reach his potential," Arians said. "He still needs to be more consistent each week. He played through injuries for the first time which is a huge step for a young player to play through injuries."

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd caught one pass for 31 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 16 upset at Seattle.

Floyd was extremely quiet all game as he saw tons of Richard Sherman and lost. On most of his five targets, he was just trying to break up interceptions. He also had a touchdown called by back an offensive pass interference call. But with under three minutes left and the Cardinals down 10-9, Floyd found himself in 1-on-1 coverage with Byron Maxwell and Carson Palmer let a jump ball fly. Floyd batted the ball to himself as Maxwell held his arm and somehow came down with it for a game-winner. He has another tough matchup against the 49ers in Week 17.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd (ankle) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.

Floyd is ahead of where he was last week, where he failed to get in a full practice before suiting up against the Titans. He's going to be active for Week 16, but will be hard to trust as a WR3 at less than 100 percent against Seattle's elite secondary.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

Floyd has played through the ankle issue the past two weeks, and he's registered just four catches for 59 yards. He's a borderline WR3/4 this week at Seattle.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 15, but is expected to play against the Titans.

Floyd was limited in Thursday and Friday's workouts. Set to play through injury in a difficult matchup with Tennessee's smothering perimeter coverage, Floyd is more WR3 roll of the dice than WR2 in the fantasy semifinals.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd (ankle) got in "some" work in the portion of Thursday's practice open to the media.

It appears Floyd will be slapped with a "limited" tag after being a DNP on Wednesday. It does very little to clear up his Week 15 status. Ultimately, Floyd could be a game-time decision against the Titans after aggravating his injury in last week's win over the Rams. His status will be updated no later than Friday afternoon.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.

Floyd re-injured his ankle in Sunday's win over the Rams, finishing with just two catches for 26 yards. His Week 15 status should be considered questionable. Playing at less than 100 percent, Floyd would be a risky WR3 against the Titans.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

According to the Cardinals' official site, Michael Floyd was "clearly gimpy" on his ailing ankle during Sunday's win over the Rams.

Floyd cooled off with a 2/26/0 line on five targets while Larry Fitzgerald went off for 12/96/1 on 12 targets. Perhaps the ankle Floyd rolled late in the Week 13 loss at Philadelphia is to blame. The Cardinals' passing game has a tough matchup at Tennessee in Week 15, so owners looking to use Floyd as a WR3 will need to monitor practice reports. He'd be a tough sell at less than 100 percent.

Michael Floyd WR ARI 4 Months

Michael Floyd caught two passes for 26 yards in Week 14 against the Rams.

Floyd was targeted five times on the day, with a pair coming in the end zone. He just couldn't make the plays, but his afternoon could have obviously been much bigger. Floyd left the game late with the Cardinals up large after he took a hit to the head from a Rams safety. The Cardinals made no injury announcement, so it may be nothing. Floyd will be a WR3 in Tennessee next week.