The big news to come out of Thursday's injury update for the Arizona Cardinals is the status of Arizona running back LaRod Stephens-Howling, who fully practiced on Thursday. Stephens-Howling was limited on Wednesday with a hip issue. Stephens-Howling has already gone on record to say he believes he'll be the starter against Buffalo.
Stephens-Howling will be receiving the bulk of the carries for the next few weeks with Ryan Williams out for the season with shoulder surgery and Beanie Wells out until the last week of November on injured reserve with turf toe.
Here is the status for other Cardinals, which remains unchanged other than the upgraded status of Stephens-Howling.
Did not practice: Cornerback Michael Adams (hamstring), fullback Anthony Sherman (knee), outside linebacker Quentin Groves (hamstring), inside linebacker Reggie Walker (head), and cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring) are out.
Limited: Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett (hamstring), tight end Jim Dray (knee), tight end Todd Heap (knee), outside linebacker O'Brien Schofield (knee).
Fully practiced: Running back William Powell (head), quarterback John Skelton (ankle), guard Adam Snyder (elbow), and Stephens-Howling.