Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt spoke with some media members at Friday's practice at team headquarters, and gave some insight into the status of some of the Cards injured players.
Running back Beanie Wells made progress in practice Friday after he took on larger work load on his sore knee, but will still be considered a game time decision. As for tight end Todd Heap's hamstring, he is progressing as well and will join the litany of players considered as game time decisions on Sunday.
Linebacker Joey Porter, who has been dealing with a knee problem the majority of the season, is also a game time decision, though Coach Wiz elaborated on how his situation mirrors many aging players in the NFL:
"We've been giving him time off at practice. It depends on whether he takes a shot in the game or what happens game days. It's indicative of a lot of older players around the league."
Wide receivers Early Doucet (quadricep) and DeMarco Sampson (hamstring), as well as tight end Jim Dray (pectoral) are officially questionable for Sunday's game as well in the Charm City. Safety Kerry Rhodes (foot) is out while cornerback Michael Adams (hand) is probable.
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