Carson Palmer injured late in Arizona Cardinals' win over New York Jets on Monday Night Football

Posted at 9:21 PM, Oct 17, 2016

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer suffered a strained hamstring late in the Cards' 28-3 win over the New York Jets on Monday Night Football

The injury apparently occurred in the fourth quarter. Palmer threw a touchdown pass to Michael Floyd with 8:20 to play but did not return, although the outcome of the game was not in doubt.

After the game, Palmer dismissed the severity of the injury.

The 36-year-old Palmer missed the Cardinals' Thursday night game at the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 6 due to concussion symptoms. Drew Stanton replaced Palmer and helped lead the Cards to a 33-21 win.

Palmer completed 23 of 34 passes for 213 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions in Monday's victory.

The Cardinals hope Palmer will be ready to go when they take the field against the NFC West Division rival Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Glendale.