NFL injury report, Week 16: TE Rob Housler questionable for Bears game

Bruce Kluckhohn-US PRESSWIRE

Rob Housler is one of many players for the Cardinals who have a 50-50 chance to suit up against the Bears this Sunday.

Rob Housler (knee) is one of eight players that was listed as questionable by the Arizona Cardinals for their final home game of the 2012 season against the Chicago Bears.

Housler logged three limited practices this week but after following the same pattern last week and eventually suiting up, it's looking like he'll be ready to go.

The other seven players are LB Quentin Groves (foot), S Rashad Johnson (hamstring), LT Nate Potter (knee), S James Sanders (calf), FB Anthony Sherman (knee), DE Ronald Talley (ankle) and DT Dan Williams (hamstring).

Oh the list, safeties Johnson and Sanders are considered the most unlikely to play after sitting out the first two days of practice. They did make it back Friday in a limited capacity, though, which could signal that they were just getting some early week rest.

As for the rest of the injury report, G Mike Gibson (calf) and WR Early Doucet (concussion) have already been ruled out. DE Calais Campbell, LS Mike Leach and CB Greg Toler are all considered probable and ready to roll.

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