Found December 01, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
The Arizona Cardinals have listed several players, including
running back Beanie Wells, defensive end Calais Campbell, wide receivers Early
Doucet and Andre Roberts and quarterback Kevin Kolb, as questionable to suit up
tomorrow against the New York Jets. Kolb isn’t available to start for the
Cardinals, Roberts isn’t expected to play, and Campbell (calf) is likely to be
a game-time decision, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Roberts didn't practice all week and looks unlikely to play.
The rest of the group should play, although Campbell's status sounds like a
Wells was limited at practice all week due to his knee
injury. While the running back is listed as questionable for tomorrow’s game
against New York he is expected to play.
Kolb is still a candidate to suit up for the Cardinals against
the Jets, but regardless of if he plays or not he won’t be used as a starter.
Arizona will once again turn to rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley.
Roberts missed practice all week due to his ankle injury and
he’s not expected to play tomorrow. Doucet was limited Wednesday and Thursday
while recovering from a rib injury, but he was a full participant Friday and is
expected to play.
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