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Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Cardinals are wrapping tape around Mike Gandy's left shoe after the veteran left tackle suffered a leg injury late in the second quarter against the Jets.
Gandy was pass protecting when former Cardinals linebacker Calvin Pace, now with the Jets, beat right tackle Levi Brown for a fumble-forcing sack on Kurt Warner. Pace drove Warner into the back of Gandy's legs.
Arizona cannot afford injuries on its offensive line. Gandy is testing the ankle on the sideline. He is not moving very well. Losing Gandy would represent a nightmare scenario for the Cardinals, who are trailing 24-0 and lack depth at tackle.
Update: Gandy has remained in the game to start the third quarter.