The Cardinals travel to Minnesota in a matchup with the Vikings this Sunday, but have some serious personnel question marks. After this week's practice, tight end Todd Heap (hamstring), running back Beanie Wells (hamstring), wide receiver Chansi Stuckey (hamstring), right tackle Brandon Keith, and punter Dave Zastudil (knee) are all listed as questionable. Keith practiced in full on Friday, but Wells and Stuckey were limited. Heap sat out.
Practicing fully on Friday and listed as probable for Sunday's game at the Vikings, were WR Early Doucet (hamstring), CB A.J. Jefferson (ankle), CB Mike Adams (wrist), OLB Joey Porter (knee) and C Lyle Sendlein (elbow).
Also on the injury report, tight end Jim Dray was listed as out with a pectoral injury. With Dray out and Heap questionable and missing practice, it's likely that that Jeff Kings and the Cardinals' third round pick, Rob Housler, will see some time at tight end.
CB Antoine Winfield (neck) is doubtful. P Chris Kluwe (hamstring) is questionable for the host Vikings.
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