Cardinals TE Jeff King will undergo knee surgery Friday.
Cardinals TE Jeff King is recovering from knee surgery, but could be ready to resume practicing by early June.
Cardinals activated TE Jeff King (quadriceps surgery) from the active/PUP list.
Cardinals TE Jeff King (quadriceps surgery) is expected to be ready "at some point" during training camp.
Updating a previous item, Cardinals TE Jeff King's right leg injury is a partially torn quadriceps tendon suffered in offseason workouts.
Cardinals TE Jeff King was spotted in crutches and with a brace on his right leg Tuesday.
Cardinals TE Jeff King caught four passes for 26 yards in fill-in duty for injured Todd Heap (hamstring) on Sunday.
With Todd Heap (hamstring) officially listed as questionable, Arizona TE Jeff King is expected to be inserted into the Cardinals starting lineup.
Jeff King caught five passes for 35 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Jeff King caught two passes for 36 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Redskins.
Jeff King had two catches for 61 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Cardinals agreed to terms with TE Jeff King on a three-year contract.
Pro Football Weekly has spoken with a Panthers team source that says keeping free agent TE Jeff King will not be a priority.
New coach Ron Rivera suggested the Panthers will target a do-it-all tight end in free agency or the draft this offseason.