The hits keep on coming for the Arizona Cardinals, a team that has been absolutely ravaged by injuries this season.

Cardinals’ starting left tackle D.J Humphries dislocated his kneecap during the Cardinals Thursday Night Football game against the Seattle Seahawks, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL.com.

It was initially speculated that Humphries may have torn his ACL, but after evaluation is was determined that Humphries suffered a dislocated kneecap as well as some MCL damage.

Cardinals heach coach Bruce Arians said Humphries faces a three-month recovery timetable and that the left tackle should be back in time for OTA’s.

The team also believes that his MCL issues can be addressed.