GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 09: Free safety Kerry Rhodes #25 of the Arizona Cardinals looks up to the video board during the season opener against the Seattle Seahawks at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 9, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. The Carindals defeated the Seahawks 20-16. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
As of yesterday, the injury report didn't appear to be all that bad of news. We knew that John Skelton would be sitting our with his ankle injury and players like O'Brien Schofield would undoubtedly be limited as they continue to nurse their wounds.
But as for the Thursday injury report, that was anything but predictable. A total of 15 players appeared on the list. Fortunately for the Cardinals, nine of them were still able to participate in practice. Get the full list after the jump.
Per Darren Urban, here is the list:
Daryn Colledge (elbow): Full
Jay Feely (back): Full
Jamell Fleming (shoulder): Limited
Rashad Johnson (thigh): Limited
Jeff King (knee): Full
Patrick Peterson (groin): Limited
Kerry Rhodes (foot): Full
O'Brien Schofield (knee): Limited
Lyle Sendlein (back): Full
John Skelton (ankle): Did Not Participate
Adam Snyder (elbow): Full
Greg Toler (hip): Full
Beanie Wells (knee): Full
Ryan Williams (knee): Full
Adrian Wilson (ankle): Limited
Any player listed as a full participant should be able to play on Sunday against the Patriots. Most of them are listed as precautionary reasons and looking any deeper into their injuries as something other than just a "nagging" issue would be unwise.
With some of the players that are limited, we are in wait and see mode. As I said yesterday, guys like A-Dub and Schofield will play. But to see Peterson and Johnson added to the list is a bit unsettling. We will have to keep you up to date as the week progresses heading into game day.