Update: NFL.com's Jason La Canfora has reported that Anquan Boldin may miss Sunday's game.
Boldin is highly unlikely to play in Sunday's game, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL Network's Jason La Canfora.
The Cardinals received some good news Friday when cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie declared himself to be 100% and said he will play in Sunday's game. That's certainly good to hear considering his back ups didn't look promising. This and other injury news was reported earlier by Darren Urban:
Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (knee, toe) proclaimed himself "100 percent" and frankly looked on the practice field like he had never had an injury. "If I’d sit out, I’d probably go crazy," he said
Calais Campbell looks ready to play on Sunday, and was re-casted with a lighter material. Deuce Lutui and Antrel Rolle also returned to practice. The only significant injured player to miss practice was obviously Anquan Boldin. The status for Boldin remains uncertain and he will likely be a game-time decision. Losing Boldin would be big, but it's certainly not the worst blow the Cardinals could take. Steve Breaston has done a fine job filling in for Q in the past. Boldin does sound like he's doing everything possible to play though:
"It’s tough when you have a high-ankle sprain and an MCL sprain," Boldin added. "If I can go, I will be out there. I am doing everything in my power to make sure I am able to go Sunday. Trust me, if I’m not able to go, it won’t be anything that I didn’t do. I have doctors at my house at night pocking and prodding, acupuncture, everything possible."