The Arizona Cardinals had their final practice of the week and quarterback Kevin Kolb again worked out, very 'optimistic' that he will play on Sunday. Physically, he is okay, even though he has not technically been medically cleared. Ken Whisenhunt was not as forthcoming as to whether or not he would start against the St. Louis Rams. "There's a lot of things you've got to consider. He hadn't played in a couple of weeks so you've got to make sure he's comfortable with the plan and that he's ready to operate. That's all what this week is for," Whisenhunt said.
For the game on Sunday, Kolb is officially listed as questionable.
Aside from Kolb, cornerback Michael Adams (hamstring), TE Todd Heap (hamstring), TE Rob Housler (groin) T Brandon Keith (concussion) are questionable for Sunday. Keith has not practiced all week, so Jeremy Bridges will likely start. At tight end, it would be a big boost to have at least have either Heap or Housler be available.
As has been the case for weeks, Joey Porter and Kerry Rhodes are officially out. Darnell Dockett (groin), LB Paris Lenon (groin), LaRod Stephens-Howling (shoulder) and RB Beanie Wells (knee) are probable.
For the Rams, they have had some shuffling on their offensive line and defensive leader James Laurinaitis is questionable for the game on Sunday.