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NFL week 16 injury report, Bears vs. Cardinals: Cards getting healthier while Bears have more injuries

Thursday's injury report is out and it appears that the Cardinals have a few less injured players than they did on Wednesday.

Jonathan Daniel

The health of the Arizona Cardinals is getting better. There are a total of three players (all of whom were limited on Wednesday) that are now completely off the injury list. Also, Calais Campbell saw an uptick in his calf injury, as he was a full participant on Thursday.

Here are the full reports:


DNP- Early Doucet (concussion), Rashad Johnson (hamstring), James Sanders (calf), Mike Gibson (calf),

LP- Quentin Groves (foot), Nate Potter (knee), Anthony Sherman (knee), Dan Williams (hamstring)

FP- Mike Leach (back/shoulder), Calais Campbell (calf)

It is doubtful that Gibson would play anyways, but he apparently injured himself further, as he did not participate on Thursday after being a limited participant on Wednesday.


DNP- Jonathan Scott (hamstring), Brian Urlacher (hamstring)

LP- Henry Melton (chest), Shea McClellin (knee), Tim Jennings (shoulder), Geno Hayes (knee), Earl Bennett (concussion), Brandon Marshall (hamstring), Blake Costanzo (calf)

The Bears did not have any players that were healthier on Thursday than they were on Wednesday. It is looking less and less likely that Urlacher will be able to go on Sunday as the Bears visit University of Phoenix Stadium.

Keep with this stream for a constant update of injury news leading up to the game.

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