Quarterback John Skelton is still not 100 percent ready to play, and linebacker Quentin Groves was the only player completely out of the Arizona Cardinals' Wednesday practice. A number of players were limited, according to team reporter Darren Urban.
Groves has been dealing with a hamstring injury.
The list of limited players was headlined by Skelton, who returned to practice this week. But head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Skelton was still not 100 percent healthy. Once he is, then any debate between his status and current starter Kevin Kolb would be discussed.
Whisenhunt has not yet said if Skelton would even be the backup to Kolb this week against St. Louis.
Other limited players in practice included defensive tackle Darnell Dockett (hamstring), running back LaRod Stephens-Howling (hip) and tight end Todd Heap (knee).