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NFL injury report, week 13, Cardinals vs. Jets: No Cardinals or Jets ruled out

The final injury reports were released for the upcoming Jets and Cardinals game. While it doesn't appear some players will be able to go, no one has been officially ruled out.

Dilip Vishwanat

It appears that the Jets and Cardinals, despite having somewhat long injury reports, will be waiting until gameday to see if all of their players are able to go. Even Kevin Kolb has been listed as questionable heading into the game, which should be a good sign for Cards fans, whether he is able to play or not. It would appear that he is on track to return soon.

Here is the full report for each team:


DNP: Andre Roberts (ankle)

LP: Calais Campbell (calf), Kevin Kolb (ribs), Beanie Wells (knee)

FP: Justin Bethel (shoulder), Mike Leach (back), William Powell (shoulder), Kerry Rhodes (back), LaRon Byrd (head), Early Doucet (ribs)

Bethel, Leach, Powell and Rhodes are all probable to play, while the rest of the players are considered questionable. I would suspect that both Campbell and Wells, who were limited in practice throughout the week, try to go.


DNP: Clyde Gates (concussion)

LP: Aaron Berry (quadriceps), Brandon Moore (hip), Sione Po'uha (back), Ricky Sapp (ankle), Tim Tebow (ribs)

FP: Jeff Cumberland (wrist), Kenrick Ellis (knee), Dustin Keller (illness), Jeremy Kerley (heel/hamstring/illness), Nick Mangold (thumb), Joe McKnight (ankle), Calvin Pace (shoulder), Bilal Powell (shoulder), Mark Sanchez (back), Chaz Schilens (concussion/hip), Bart Scott (toe), Matt Slauson (knee), Kyle Wilson (illness), LaRon Landry (heel)

Gates, who did not practice all week, is listed as doubtful, but has not been officially ruled out. All of the limited participants sans Moore are listed as questionable. Everyone else is probable to play.

Things are lining up to make this a competitive game. Who will come through victorious?

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