The Arizona Cardinals won't say is quarterback Kevin Kolb will play on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. As has been the case all week, all we heard on Friday was more about the progress Kolb has made in rehabing the foot injury. His status to play will officially be listed as "questionable" and he was called a game-time decision by coach Ken Whisenhunt.
While Kolb might have been able to more Friday than Thursday, he still didn't practice with the team which is indication that he likely won't play. He's not practiced in over two weeks.
"He's a lot better. He's got a lot more range of motion in that foot. He really pushed it hard yesterday and it did well today so that's a great sign," coach Ken Whisenhunt said on Friday before the team left for the airport.
He'll be evaluated Sunday morning to see how he's able to move and push off with the foot.
Other injury updates
TE Todd Heap is still working to get back from his hamstring injury. His status and how much he's used will depend on how he warms up on Sunday in Philadelphia.
RB Beanie Wells did a lot more in practice this week and feels better. Whisenhunt said, "You don't want to jinx it...but you're hopeful that he's over the hump with that (knee injury)."
FB Anthony Sherman (ankle) made a lot of progress this week as well. He has a "great chance" of being able to go on Sunday.