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NFL injury report, Cardinals vs. 49ers: Staley returns for 49ers, two secondary players upgraded for Cards

Jamell Fleming and James Sanders, two special teams players and members of the Cardinals secondary, were upgraded on the latest injury report from Friday's practice.

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After Joe Staley, the left tackle for the San Francisco 49ers, missed Thursday's practice with an unidentified illness, he was back on the field on Friday. The 49ers also had Frank Gore as a full participant for the second straight gay in a row, who figures to see a prominent role in Monday night's game.

As for the Cardinals, things remained mostly the same with the exception of two players. Cornerback Jamell Fleming was upgraded from a DNP to a limited participant and will probably be listed as questionable after the final injury report is released on Saturday. James Sanders also saw an upgrade in his status, as he was a full participant on Friday.

In case you missed it, here is the full report:

DNP:

Kevin Kolb (ribs)

Greg Toler (hamstring)

Limited:

Darnell Dockett (hamstring)

Jim Dray (knee)

Jamell Fleming (back)

Todd Heap (knee)

Kerry Rhodes (back)

Anthony Sherman (knee)

Adam Snyder (quadriceps)

Full:

James Sanders (knee)

Michael Adams (hamstring)

Calais Campbell (quadriceps)

Quentin Groves (hamstring)

Paris Lenon (ankle)

John Skelton (ankle)

O'Brien Schofield (knee)

Reggie Walker (head)

Although this injury report may look a bit intimidating, most of the aforementioned players figure to play on Monday night. Coach Ken Whisenhunt expressed optimism in Rhodes, Sherman and Walker returning to the field after each of them missed the last game. All of the limited participants will likely be listed as questionable, but time will tell.

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