Four players whose stock has dropped

With cuts looming hours away, at least 22 players are wondering if they’ll have a job by time Saturday night rolls around.

Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has been firm that five or six players were fighting for spots on Arizona’s roster Thursday night.

Here are four Cardinals whose stock dropped after Arizona's 12-9 loss to the Chargers:

  • Brittan Golden, WR: Deep in competition for a spot, Golden may have lost his shot at making the 53-man roster after Thursday’s outing. He had four receptions for 14 yards after being targeted nine times. But Golden didn’t have the big game needed to sway the Cards’ opinion.

  • Bryan McCann, CB: McCann got burned on a couple of critical passes as his size was exposed. McCann was openly competing against Teddy Williams for the last cornerback spot, according to Arians.

  • Bradley Sowell and Nate Potter, T: Both tackles needed to have clean games but neither was able to accomplish that. Both got beat badly on a two occasions which allowed defenders a direct path to Logan Thomas.