Levi Brown Injury: Cardinals LT Could Miss 3 Months With Torn Triceps

The Arizona Cardinals lost their projected starting left tackle, Levi Brown, in Friday night's preseason game with the Oakland Raiders. Brown has reportedly torn his triceps muscle and is expected to miss at least three months as he recovers. He will undergo an MRI on Saturday to determine his next course of action.

The loss of Brown for the Cardinals could be a big one. The offensive line struggled for most of last season, which did not make things easier on whichever quarterback was making the start that week. Given the QB battle that is still going on in training camp, trying to find a new left tackle is only going to complicate things for the coaching staff.

Look for the Cardinals to officially announce the injury sometime this weekend or early next week once the MRI results come back.

For more on the Arizona Cardinals, be sure to check out Revenge of the Birds and SB Nation Arizona.

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