FOXBORO, PA - SEPTEMBER 16: Ryan Williams #34 of the Arizona Cardinals is upended by a New England Patriots defender during the game on September 16, 2012 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
After the Cardinals' Wednesday practice, the team released it's injury report to the public. On it, there were very few surprises.
John Skelton still isn't participating with his ankle injury and Todd Heap, who took a late hit out of bounds against the Patriots, seems to be struggling with his strained PCL in his knee, causing him to sit as well.
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Per Darren Urban, here are all the details:
Skelton (ankle), Heap (knee): DNP
Once again, some key members of the secondary are listed as limited and could be questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles. If Wilson, Johnson and Sanders all can't go, that leaves no depth at the strong safety position. That may be unlikely, but it is something to watch out for as the week goes on.
One encouraging sign is that, as opposed to last week, Patrick Peterson is no longer listed. It appears that he is recovered from the groin injury that had him listed as questionable all throughout last week.
Another thing to keep an eye on is Williams' knee. If it is flaring up on the same one that he tore his patella tendon on, that is never a good sign. The Cards will probably exercise precaution with him throughout the week.
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