Considering all of the major injuries that some teams have faced, the Cardinals and Redskins should consider themselves quite lucky. The Cardinals are getting more able bodies back by the day and it's possible that the defensive line could be at full strength this Sunday for the first time since April. Here's a complete rundown for both teams.
Arizona Cardinals: The best news is that Gabe Watson participated in a full practice for the first time since fracturing his knee cap in April. It's still unknown if he'll play this week but regardless, it's encouraging to see the big man back in action. Other minor injuries includes Levi Brown (knee), Travis LaBoy (ankle) and Steve Breaston (hamstring) who were limited but are all expected to play on Sunday. Jerame Tuman is still out of practice and isn't expected to make his first appearance of the season this Sunday.
Washington Redskins: The Skins have a few more players dinged up with London Fletcher (rib) and Marcus Washington (hamstring), Carlos Rogers (groin) and Jason Taylor (knee) limited in practice. Malcolm Kelly (ankle) and James Thrash (ankle), H.B. Blades (knee) and Fred Smoot (hip), did not practice but most are still expected to play this Sunday.