Cardinals coach Steve Wilks announced Monday that rookie wide receiver Christian Kirk suffered a broken foot and will be placed on injured reserve.
Kirk, who caught three passes for 54 yards Sunday, finishes the season with 43 catches for 590 yards, which led the team, and three touchdowns on 70 targets, which ranked second behind Larry Fitzgerald's 75 targets.
The Cardinals' options to replace Kirk alongside Fitzgerald include J.J. Nelson, rookie Trent Sherfield and Chad Williams, who has missed four games with an ankle injury. The loss of Kirk, the team's second-round pick, also affects special teams, where he led Arizona with 21 punt returns for 164 yards.
Wilks also announced that starting left guard Mike Iupati will be placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Here are other injuries we are monitoring Monday:
- Bengals coach Marvin Lewis didn't provide a Monday update on injured receiver A.J. Green, who suffered a right foot injury Sunday.
- Broncos cornerback Chris Harris fractured his fibula Sunday, but the Broncos are not considering him as an injured reserve candidate, Rapoport reported. Harris will not go on IR and will instead be deemed week-to-week, per The Athletic's Nicki Jhabvala, staying around to help teammates with his veteran wisdom and holding onto the hope he can return for playoff action, if the Broncos make it that far.
Linebacker Ryan Anderson suffered a hamstring injury, offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom left early with an ankle injury and cornerback Fabian Moreau suffered a knee injury in the loss.