He should be good to go, but is listed as questionable nevertheless.
We are about 24 hours away from week 2 of Arizona Cardinals football and unlike the first game against the Seahawks, there will be some different faces on the field.
For starters, it looks like Kevin Kolb is locked in to be the starting quarterback. Coach Whisenhunt still didn't confirm it, but Skelton is listed as doubtful for the game. It will take time for that ankle injury to heal.
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Per Darren Urban, here is the list with how the players practiced on Friday:
Daryn Colledge (elbow): Full, Probable
Jay Feely (back): Full, Probable
Jamell Fleming (shoulder): Limited, Probable
Rashad Johnson (thigh): Limited, Questionable
Jeff King (knee): Full, Probable
Patrick Peterson (groin): Limited, Questionable
Kerry Rhodes (foot): Full, Probable
O'Brien Schofield (knee): Limited, Probable
Lyle Sendlein (back): Full, Probable
John Skelton (ankle): Did Not Participate, Doubtful
Adam Snyder (elbow): Full, Probable
Greg Toler (hip): Full, Probable
Beanie Wells (knee): Full, Probable
Ryan Williams (knee): Full, Probable
Adrian Wilson (ankle): Limited, Questionable
Even though some of the biggest members of the Cardinals' secondary are listed as questionable, I think most of them play. Peterson and Wilson have never been the type of players to want to miss games. Unless they are missing a leg, they are going to be on the field.
It's good to see that the offensive line is all probable, as well as the running backs. Both of those units will need to improve if the Cardinals want to control the tempo and defeat the Pats.
Some of these players will likely be a gametime decision, but all is looking fairly good for now. We will have to keep an eye on the defensive backs situation, which could become an issue.
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