NFL injury report, Week 11: Cardinals' Calais Campbell still out but making progress

Otto Greule Jr

Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell was out of practice on Thursday, but he is making progress.

Not much has changed on the Arizona Cardinals injury report from Wednesday to Thursday, but Ken Whisenhunt said that defensive end Calais Campbell is "making good progress" on his injured calf, according to Cardinals reporter Darren Urban.

Still, Campbell did not participate on Thursday.

The only move from Wednesday was guard Adam Snyder going from limited participation to full participation, and for a team whose offensive line has struggled to protect the quarterback, any good news is welcomed. Snyder left the Oct. 21 game against the Minnesota Vikings with a quadriceps injury.

Quarterback Kevin Kolb was the only other Arizona player not participating in practice after sitting out with a rib injury, but The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers tweeted that Kolb was throwing around passes during practice.

Like Wednesday, tight ends Todd Heap and Jeff King were limited with knee injuries. Also limited were cornerback Jamell Fleming (back), long snapper Mike Leach (back) and cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring).

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