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Cardinals’ Robert Alford suffers torn pec

Robert Alford

Arizona Cardinals cornerback Robert Alford is officially out for the season after tearing his pectoral muscle. He suffered the injury during practice on Sunday. He was not officially ruled out until Tuesday morning.

The NFL’s Mike Garafolo reported the initial injury on Monday via Twitter.

Alford spent the first six years of his career as an Atlanta Falcon. After being released by the Falcons, he was signed to a three-year, $22.5 million contract in 2019. Last season he was placed on injured reserve after breaking his leg before the season.

This injury marks two years in a row Alford will miss an entire season. Devon Kennard and Patrick Peterson will take the left and right cornerback roles in 2020.

Featured Image courtesy of Tyler Drake/Arizona Sports

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