Arizona Tackle Injures Triceps
Aug. 27, 2002
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TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) _ Arizona Cardinals starting tackle Anthony Clement sat out Monday's practice with an injured left triceps muscle and further tests are planned to determine the severity of the problem.
Clement was not among the players listed as injured following Saturday night's 19-13 loss to Denver, but the arm swelled up during the night.
Coach Dave McGinnis shifted right guard Leonard Davis to Clement's right tackle spot with Chris Dishman moving in at guard.
Clement, at 6-foot-8 and 328 pounds, is one of the NFL's biggest linemen. He signed a five-year contract with Arizona during the offseason.
Arizona already lost one key player in the Denver game. Starting strong safety Adrian Wilson is out four to six weeks with a dislocated shoulder.