Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd has two practices under his belt since missing two weeks with a groin injury, and he sees some room for progress.
On one hand, he's taking his full complement of reps with the first-team offense. On the other hand, he has some polishing to do.
"He looked like he'd been out for a bit like anybody would," quarterback Carson Palmer said. "It's going to take him a couple practices to kind of get his conditioning back and his wind back. I think the strength and cutting of his routes, that's kind of something that just takes you a couple times to get back into it."
Michael Floyd broke out in his second season with a 66 catches for 1,054 yards and five TDs, gaining at least 90 yards and/or finding the endzone in seven of his last 11 games. He should continue to progress as he enters his third year in the league.