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Draft Scout Justin Bethel News
08/21/16 - CB Justin Bethel, the presumptive starter opposite Patrick Peterson until he suffered a setback earlier this summer following offseason foot surgery, still has time to win the job ahead of surprising rookie Brandon Williams, Bruce Arians said. "It's just a matter of physical ability," the coach said. "He shouldn't be far behind, mentally. He should know the defense inside and out. It's just a matter of going out there and doing it."
08/16/16 - CB Justin Bethel was activated off the PUP list by the team. The 26-year-old Bethel, who is returning from a broken foot, collected 46 tackles and two interceptions in 2015.
08/15/16 - Head coach Bruce Arians said S Tyrann Mathieu (knee), DT Frostee Rucker (ankle) and CB Justin Bethel (foot) will be activated off the PUP list at some point this week, although none of the three are expected to play Friday night against the Chargers.
08/14/16 - CB Justin Bethel (foot), DT Frostee Rucker (ankle) and S Tyrann Mathieu (knee) will be activated off the physically unable to perform list at some point this week, coach Bruce Arians said. However, none of the three is expected to play Friday night against the Chargers.
07/29/16 - CB Justin Bethel, sidelined to start camp because of a bone issue in a foot, said he has been advised by team doctors and trainers not to try and rush back until the injury has subsided or his pain tolerance allows him to play at full speed. "I'm one of those guys that don't like sitting out regardless of what's going on, but with this kind of injury, it's something you can't rush," Bethel said. "The worst thing that could happen is I go out there too early, hurt it again, and then I'm out for even a longer period of time. So I think at this point I've just got to take my time and come back when my body is telling me I can come back."