Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb remained out of practice on Thursday. Guard Adam Snyder also missed practice for the second straight day.
Kevin Kolb's recovery from a rib injury continues to come along slowly, as he missed practice once again on Thursday.
Kolb has missed Arizona's last two games and does not appear close to returning. He has reportedly done some light throwing at practice, but it appears John Skelton will remain the starting quarterback for at least the near future. Guard Adam Snyder joined Kolb on the sidelines Thursday, missing his second practice of the week. Snyder did not play last week against San Francisco, sitting out due to a quadriceps injury.
While Kolb and Snyder did not practice on Thursday, tight end Todd Heap and safety Kerry Rhodes continued to work their way back from injury. Both were limited participants on Thursday for the second straight day. Heap has not played since Week 2 due to a knee injury, while Rhodes returned to the lineup last week after missing one game due to a back injury.
Thursday's complete injury report can be found on the Cardinals' official website.