The Arizona Cardinals have placed linebacker Jordan Philips on the Non-Football Injury list for a fourth consecutive game, according to a report from ESPN.
Phillips, a three-time Pro Bowler who won two Super Bowls, was placed on the NFI list after suffering a knee injury in Week 6 against the Oakland Raiders.
He is listed as questionable to return.
The Cardinals have allowed 12 sacks in two games this season, and are the team’s lowest total of the season at 1.5 sacks per game.
They have also allowed a combined seven quarterback hits.
Phillipp was drafted by the Cardinals in the fourth round in 2012 and has played in three of the four games.
The other two came with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015 and 2016.
He has seven career starts.
The last time the Cardinals had a player placed on NFI was in Week 3 of the 2016 season when safety Jermaine Cunningham suffered a torn ACL.