Cardinals defensive tackle Kenny King needs surgery on his right wrist and probably will miss the season, the latest hit to a team struggling with injuries.
King, Arizona's fifth-round draft pick last season, had been battling rookie Darnell Dockett for the starting job on the right side of the defense. But he injured wrist tendons that had already been surgically repaired once this year. King missed practice Tuesday to have his injury diagnosed in Phoenix.
"It's going to be a tough go," Coach Dennis Green said about getting King back. "Because it [rehabilitation] was four months before, and it didn't work."
The return of rookie defensive end Antonio Smith from a shoulder injury should ease the crunch on the defensive line. King was the fourth starter lost to injury. The Cardinals have been without wide receivers Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald and Bryant Johnson.
* JETS: Strong safety Reggie Tongue returned to practice after missing 25 straight sessions with a strained left calf.
* EAGLES: Rookie running back Bruce Perry (Maryland) underwent successful reconstructive surgery on his left shoulder that he separated in the preseason opener at New England tomorrow.
* BENGALS: Running back Skip Hicks and wide receiver Jay Chapman were cut. Hicks played for the Redskins from 1998 to 2000.
* BILLS: Punter Brian Moorman hurt his left leg in practice and did not return. Moorman, also the team's holder, was hurt while trying to run with the ball following a botched snap in a field goal drill.
* GIANTS: Defensive end Keith Washington will be sidelined for about two weeks after breaking a bone near his eye in Friday's game against the Chiefs.
The injury was diagnosed after Washington complained about pain around his eye during practice this week.
* TITANS: Tight end Erron Kinney left practice after hyperventilating about an hour into the workout. . . .
Rookie defensive end Bo Schobel got out of the walking boot that had been protecting his surgically repaired right foot. He isn't expected back before Nov. 7.
* SAINTS: New Orleans claimed Derek Ross off waivers, one day after the cornerback was waived by the Falcons.
* SEAHAWKS: Backup quarterback Trent Dilfer returned to practice after being sidelined by back spasms last week.
* PACKERS: Wide receiver Shockmain Davis broke his right leg on a kickoff return in practice and will miss the season.
* 49ERS: Quarterback Tim Rattay missed practice again and underwent more tests on his injured throwing arm. Second-year quarterback Ken Dorsey will make his second consecutive preseason start Saturday against the Bears.
* RAMS: Center Dave Wohlabaugh, who started every game last year but has been slow to recover from offseason hip surgery, was released.