Originally posted on Fox Sports Arizona  |  Last updated 9/19/12

NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 29: Head coach Ken Whisenhunt of the Arizona Cardinals yells at a referee against the Tennessee Titans during their game at LP Field on November 29, 2009 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
TEMPE, Ariz. In what is becoming a weekly routine, Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt declined to name a starting quarterback for this weeks game against the Philadelphia Eagles, although John Skelton (low-ankle sprain) did not practice on Wednesday. It would seem a lock that Kevin Kolb will start against his former team, but if Skelton manages to practice on Thursday, there remains the possibility he could play. When asked if there was any doubt in his mind hed be starting this week, Kolb smiled and said: I dont know. Youd have to ask Ken. MORE EAGLES REUNIONS The main storyline this week will focus on Kevin Kolbs first game against his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles. But theres another former Eagle anxious for another shot. Linebacker Stewart Bradley technically played when the teams met last season in Philadelphia, but he didnt post any stats. Like Kolb, he was still learning the intricacies of a new defense with the added challenge of calling plays from the inside linebacker position. Two years removed you have still have the friendships, but a lot of the guys have moved and are in different places, said Bradley, who maintains friendships with Eagles like tight end Brent Celek and tackle Todd Herremans. I still have a connection and its still going to be fun, but its not that weird any more. CAMPBELL NAMED NFC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Defensive end Calais Campbell was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week following the Cardinals 20-18 win over the England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass. Campbell had 10 tackles, two sacks and two tackles for loss in the game. It was the second time he has earned a weekly honor from the league in his career. He was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after Week 2 in 2009. Seven of Campbells tackles were solo efforts and he finished with three quarterback hurries on Sunday. He is the first Cardinal to win the conferences defensive player of the week award since safety strong safety Adrian Wilson won it after Week 1 of the 2010 season. BLACK OUT The Cardinals will wear their black uniforms Sunday against the Eagles. INJURY REPORT In addition to Skelton, tight end Todd Heap (PCL sprain) did not practice on Wednesday. Safety Rashad Johnson (hamstring), safety James Sanders (calf), outside linebacker OBrien Schofield (knee), guard Adam Snyder (elbow), running back Ryan Williams (knee) and strong safety Adrian Wilson (ankle) were all limited. Guard Daryn Colledge (shoulder), cornerback Jamell Fleming (shoulder), tight end Jeff King (knee), running back Beanie Wells (knee) and free safety Kerry Rhodes (foot) were all listed on the injury report, but practiced fully. For the Eagles, safety Colt Anderson (knee), T King Dunlap (hamstring) and WR Jeremy Maclin (hip) did not practice. WRs Riley Cooper (collarbone) and DeSean Jackson (hamstring) were limited. Follow Craig Morgan on Twitter
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