In Thursday’s duel against the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals safety Jalen Thompson suffered a leg injury that forced him to be carted off the field.

Thompson suffered the injury in the final minute of the first half when he tried to tackle Seahawks running back DeeJay Dallas. Below is a clip of the incident. It initially looked like an upper-body injury. But as Thompson got up, he did not put any weight on his right leg and was carted off the field.

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This is the second leg injury that Thompson has suffered this year. To recall, he injured his ankle in Week 1 which sidelined him for six games. He returned in Week 9 in the Cardinals’ loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Just last week, Thompson expressed his confidence in himself and in safety Buddy Baker. According to Thompson, they have the potential to be the best safeties in the NFL.

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“I feel like we can be the best safeties in the league,” Thompson, said per Tyler Drake of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “Obviously I need to get a little more work, he needs to get a little more work too. We both do, but overall I feel like we can be the best two safeties in the league. It’s going to take a lot of work. A lot of studying, a lot of film work and just grinding every day. But I feel like we can be the best two if we keep working.”

Thompson joins the long injury list of the Cardinals. Ahead of Thursday’s game, defensive linemen Corey Peters and Jordan Phillips were added to the injured reserve list. cornerback Robert Alford, pass rusher Chandler Jones and defensive linemen Leki Fotu and Zach Allen, who are all out are also on the list.

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