There are only two significant injuries to report for the Arizona Cardinals after getting pasted by the Minnesota Vikings.
Safety Kerry Rhodes injured his left foot sometime in the first half and had to be carted off the field. What's worse is that Rhodes told Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic after the game was that the news wasn't good at all, because the X-ray showed something. It'll be examined further tomorrow. Rashad Johnson is now playing in his position.
Left guard Daryn Colledge suffered a concussion (or was at the very least "exhibiting concussion syndromes"). Colledge was replaced by D'Anonthy Batiste. Arizona really can't afford any injuries after the way they played Sunday, but they could have to play without two of their most valuable players on both sides of the ball. Thankfully Arizona is coming up on a bye week, so they'll have an extra week to heal.
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