Arians also said Monday that if the Cardinals put Palmer on injured reserve, “we’ll definitely save a spot for him to come back.”
The Vikings, who lead the NFC North at 5-2 and are looking for their fourth consecutive win, arrived early Thursday in London ahead of their clash with the Cleveland Browns at Twickenham Stadium for the NFL’s fourth and final game in the UK this season.
“It’s exciting to come back [to the UK],” said Diggs, who visited the country over the summer. “It’s going to be a busy trip, but I can’t wait to play some football out here.
“I feel good. We’ve got a little bit of time left, so I’ll be ready to go.”
Diggs was listed as a full practice participant Thursday after limited participation on Wednesday.
When asked whether he had received any indication whether he would be ready to face the Browns, Diggs replied: “I’m the indication — we’ll see [Friday].
Wentz, who now has 17 touchdown passes to go with four interceptions, was 17 of 25 for 268 yards on Monday.
The Eagles (6-1), who are the NFL’s only six-win team, got off to a sluggish start before coming alive late in the second quarter.
The Eagles offense was sleepwalking until Wentz connected with Mack Hollins for a 64-yard touchdown late in the second quarter to tie the game at 10-10.
The scramble kept alive a scoring drive as the Eagles were able to answer a Washington touchdown. Not only has Wentz proven himself to be among the NFL’s elite quarterbacks, he’s firmly in the MVP conversation.