Michael Floyd misses Thanksgiving practice with hamstring injury

TEMPE, Ariz. -- A new name appeared on the Thanksgiving edition of the Arizona Cardinals' injury report Thursday.

Receiver Michael Floyd did not practice with a hamstring injury. Coach Bruce Arians did not address the media, so Floyd's status for Sunday’s game in Atlanta is unknown.

Otherwise, Thursday was moving day on the injury report.

Quarterback Carson Palmer and receiver Larry Fitzgerald were full participants a day after having a veteran’s day off.

Receiver Brittan Golden (groin), left guard Mike Iupati (ankle), linebacker Kevin Minter (knee), and cornerback Patrick Peterson (illness) were all upgraded to limited after not practicing Wednesday.

Outside linebacker Markus Golden was added to the injury report with an ankle. He was limited.

Safety Deone Bucannon (ankle) and cornerback Tharold Simon (ankle) were upgraded to full participation.

Defensive tackle Ed Stinson (hip) missed a second straight practice this week.

Still limited for a second straight day were cornerback Justin Bethel (foot/knee), safety Christian Bryant (groin), safety Tyrann Mathieu (shoulder), defensive tackle Corey Peters (foot), and right guard Earl Watford (shoulder).