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Cardinals Vs. Cowboys Final Injury Report: Miles Austin Out, Kevin Kolb Probable

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The practice week is over and the final injury reports are out for both the Arizona Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys. For Arizona, it looks like the offense will be as healthy as it has been this season. Kevin Kolb practiced all week and is listed as probable for the game on Sunday. It would take a major setback for him to miss another game.

Arizona also saw a couple of long missed faces in practice. Kerry Rhodes and Joey Porter both practiced, but are doubtful for the game.

Tight end Todd Heap was limited in practice, but played some last Sunday, so there is no reason to think that he will not this week. Additionally, Rob Housler looks like he is back. He practiced fully and is probably for the game.

The players that are probable for Arizona are Kolb, Housler, CB Michael Adams, RB Beanie Wells and RB/KR LaRod Stephens-Howling. Heap and special teams standout Reggie Walker (hamstring) are questionable. As mentioned, Rhodes and Porter are doubtful.

For the Cowboys, they have a few players out. WR Miles Austin is not ready to go. He is out. The others are FB Tony Fiammetta (illness), QB Jon Kitna (back), DT Josh Price-Brent (knee) and RB Phillip Tanner (hamstring).

CB Miles Jenkins (hamstring), G Kyle Kosier (foot) and S Gerald Sensabaugh (foot) are questionable. LB Bruce Carter (knee), LB Sean Lee (wrist) and P Mat McBriar (foot) are probable.

Missing Austin will make things easier for the Cardinals secondary, but Dez Bryant and Laurent Robinson will still give them a handful. Fiammetta will be missed in the running game, much like Anthony Sherman was missed by the Cardinals when he was out injured.

With Kolb back and his tight ends, provided he is not too rusty, we should be able to see the offense move the ball like it did earlier in the season. Hopefully, though, it can start producing on third down, which has been a major struggle this season. We will find out on Sunday.