Cardinals Vs. Cowboys Injury Report: Arizona Is A Fine Place To Get Well

The Arizona Cardinals continue to prepare for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. The game is sold out which marks the 60th straight time the fans have stepped up and saved the city from a TV blackout. Here's the updated injury report from Thursday practice and a note from Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.

Twitter / @kentsomers: Kevin Kolb took most of th ...
Kevin Kolb took most of the snaps with the starters today, still on schedule to start against the Cowboys on Sunday

For the Cardinals, S Kerry Rhodes was the only player who didn't practice. He has his foot out of the walking boot but there hasn't been any stated timeline for his return.

Limited in practice were: CB Michael Adams (hamstring), TE Todd Heap (hamstring),  LB Joey Porter (knee), LB Reggie Walker (hamstring), RB Chris Wells (knee).

Kevin Kolb along with TE Rob Housler and KR/RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (shoulder) were full participants in Thursday's practice.

The Cowboys have a much more extensive injury report:

Did not practice: WR Miles Austin (hamstring), RB Tony Fiammetta (illness), QB Jon Kitna (back), DT Josh Price-Brent (knee), RB Phillip Tanner (hamstring)

Limited: CB Mike Jenkins (hamstring), G Kyle Kosier (foot), S Gerald Sensabaugh (foot)

For more on the Arizona Cardinals, visit Revenge of the Birds.

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