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NFL injury report: Kevin Kolb, Kerry Rhodes go down for Arizona in Sunday's loss to Bills

The Cardinals lost playmakers on both sides of the ball Sunday with Kevin Kolb and Kerry Rhodes exiting with injuries.

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Quarterback Kevin Kolb (ribs) and safety Kerry Rhodes (back) both left Sunday's loss to the Bills with injuries, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.

Kolb took a shot to the ribs around the two-minute warning while being sacked for the fifth time. He was able to walk off under his own power, but went directly to the locker room and was replaced by John Skelton.

Head coach Ken Whisenhunt shared that his rib injury is around the middle of his chest and that Kolb was set to receive x-rays Sunday evening. The results of those should be released sometime Monday afternoon, so stay tuned for additional details.

As for Rhodes, the veteran safety was carried off the field with a little over five minutes remaining in regulation after taking a shot to the back. He did not return and was replaced by Rashad Johnson.

Somers noticed that Rhodes "struggled to dress" following the game so it's clear the defensive playmaker was at least in a lot of pain.

TE Todd Heap (knee), CB Greg Toler (hamstring) and CB Mike Adams (hamstring) were also all inactive for Sunday's contest so they should be considered day-to-day for the Cardinals game against the Minnesota Vikings next weekend.