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Arizona Cardinals injury report: Darnell Dockett, Todd Heap, LaRod Stephens-Howling to be gametime decisions

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It doesn't sound like any of them will play

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The Arizona Cardinals continued preparing for their game on Thursday against the St. Louis Rams, holding a light practice on Tuesday. When the injury report was released, not a lot had changed, but only one player was listed as out.

Linebacker Quentin Groves was the only player that did not participate at all. Defensive lineman Darnell Dockett continued to be limited with his hamstring, while tight end Todd Heap (knee) and running back LaRod Stephens-Howling (hip) were upgraded to limited.

But their practicing does not necessarily mean they will play on Thursday. Ken Whisenhunt made it sound doubtful they would play, as Darren Urban tweeted:

In other news, quarterback John Skelton fully practiced for the first time since he injured his ankle. To answer any questions about who the starter is -- Kevin Kolb is the guy.

Here is the rest of the injury report.

Out: Groves

Limited: Dockett, Heap, LSH, Jim Dray (knee), Michael Adams (hamstring), Paris Lenon (ankle), O'Brien Scholfield (knee), Anthony Sherman (hamstring), Adam Snyder (elbow), Dan Williams (foot).

Full: Skelton, Rashad Johnson (hamstring), James Sanders (calf), Adrian Wilson (ankle, groin), Dave Zastudil (calf)