NFL Week 9 injury report, Arizona Cardinals: Guard Adam Snyder ruled out

Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE

An already struggling Cardinals' offensive line will be without the services of Adam Snyder (quadricep) this weekend against Packers.

Arizona Cardinals guard Adam Snyder will miss Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers as he recovers from his quadricep injury.

Snyder also missed last week's game against the San Francisco 49ers with the same injury, so Rich Ohrnberger is expected to start in his place once again.

Not surprisingly, quarterback Kevin Kolb was ruled out as well as he tries to work his way back from an assortment of chest and rib injuries.

The Cardinals also have three key contributors down as questionable for Sunday's matchup with tight end Todd Heap (knee), safety Kerry Rhodes (back) and cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring) being limited participants in practice all week.

Other than that, the Cardinals have six players listed as probable: offensive tackle D'Anthony Batiste (toe), defensive tackle Darnell Dockett (hamstring), tight end Jim Dray (knee), cornerback Jamell Fleming (back), long snapper Mike Leach (back) and fullback Anthony Sherman (knee).

To look at the official injury report for Sunday's game, follow this link.

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