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NFL injury report, Week 16: Cardinals

Calais Campbell was upgraded to a full participant in the Arizona Cardinals practice on Thursday.

Norm Hall

A few changes appeared on the Arizona Cardinals' practice report on Thursday, and a good one came in defensive end Calais Campbell being upgraded from a limited participant to a full participant after working through a calf injury. A bad one came with guard Mike Gibson being downgraded from limited to not practicing at all with his own calf problem.

Otherwise, Thursday's injury report looked the same as Wednesday's. Early Doucet again missed practice because of a lingering concussion, and also sitting out were safety Rashad Johnson (hamstring) and safety James Sanders (calf).

Linebacker Quentin Groves (foot), tackle Nate Potter (knee), fullback Anthony Sherman (knee) and nose tackle Dan Williams (hamstring) were all listed as limited.

While their statuses weren't listed on the team website, tight end Rob Housler (knee), defensive end Ronald Talley (ankle) and cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring) were also limited, according to Cardinals team writer Darren Urban.

Longsnapper Mike Leach appeared on the injury report as a full participant for the second day in a row.