Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell did not practice on Wednesday due to a calf injury, and he was the only player who was not in action outside of quarterback Kevin Kolb, who is still recovering from a rib injury.
Reporter Kent Somers said Campbell had his leg wrapped during practice while riding a stationary bike. And if Campbell isn't able to go on Sunday against Atlanta, it would undoubtedly be the biggest loss for Ken Whisenhunt's team. Campbell has 37 tackles and 3.5 sacks on the year.
Several other Cardinals were limited on Wednesday. Tight ends Todd Heap and Jeff King were limited because of knee injuries, and guard Adam Snyder was held back because of a quadriceps problem.
Cornerback Greg Toler was limited with a hamstring injury, and cornerback Jamell Fleming was limited because of a back issue. Longsnapper Mike Leach was limited with a back problem as well.
Safety Kerry Rhodes was in full participation after previously being held back with back troubles.