NFL injury report, Week 13: Beanie Wells, Andre Roberts listed as questionable

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An Arizona Cardinals offense that already lacks a punch could be without a few key players for Sunday's visit to Seattle.

The Arizona Cardinals assigned the questionable tag to four players Friday including RB Beanie Wells (knee), WR Andre Roberts (ankle), QB Kevin Kolb (ribs) and DE Calais Campbell (calf).

While Kolb has essentially already been ruled out, defensive coordinator Ray Horton expects Campbell to be on the field for the first time in over a month, according to Darren Urban. As for Wells and Roberts, both are expected to be game-time decisions with Wells being the likelier of the two to play.

The Cardinals also listed DE Ronald Talley (ankle) as doubtful as they look to contain the freight train that is running back Marshawn Lynch. Beyond that, Arizona listed seven players as probable: S Justin Bethel (shoulder), WR Early Doucet (ribs), LS Mike Leach (back), LB Paris Lenon (shoulder), S Kerry Rhodes (quadricep), CB Greg Toler (hamstring) and LB Reggie Walker (knee).

To view the Cardinals complete injury report, follow this link.

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