Thursday's injury report is out and it does not appear that the Cardinals are much healthier than they were on Wednesday. No one has officially been ruled out of the last game yet (besides Rob Housler, who was already placed on IR), but with the Cardinals having no postseason to play for, expect a lot of young faces to enter the game against the 49ers.
Here are the full injury reports from after Thursday's practice.
DNP- LaRon Byrd (knee), Early Doucet (concussion), Nate Potter (ankle), Kerry Rhodes (illness), Anthony Sherman (knee)
LP- Mike Gibson (calf), Ronald Talley (ankle), Adrian Wilson (illness)
FP- Rashad Johnson (hamstring), James Sanders (calf), Greg Toler (hamstring), Dan Williams (hamstring)
DNP- Mario Manningham (knee, out), Justin Smith (elbow), Jonathan Goodwin (illness)
LP- Vernon Davis (concussion), Tavares Gooden (illness, rib), Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), Tarell Brown (shoulder, knee), Clark Haggans (shoulder), Bruce Miller (shoulder), Carlos Rogers (knee, toe), Aldon Smith (shoulder), Will Tukuafu (neck)
FP- NaVorro Bowman (wrist, shoulder), Frank Gore (knee), Mike Iupati (shoulder), Trenton Robinson (finger), Donte Whitner (knee), Andy Lee (illness)
Of note is that 49ers tight end Vernon Davis has been cleared by an independent neurologist to continue activities once again after sustaining a concussion. I would expect him to play, as the 49ers will want to win this game to lock up the division.