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NFL final injury report, Colts vs. Cardinals: Greg Toler out, Justin Bethel questionable

One final look at the injury report for both teams.

Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

The final injury reports are out for both the Arizona Cardinals and the Indianapolis Colts. For Arizona, there is little surprise. Nobody is ruled out, but special teams ace Justin Bethel is questionable. Head coach Bruce Arians said that whether he plays or not will be a game day decision. Bethel was limited in the week's final practice.

The only other player that is questionable for Sunday's game is receiver Brittan Golden for his hamstring injury. He was also limited on Friday.

Everyone else listed practiced fully and is probable t play on Sunday; namely, OLB John Abraham (hamstring), WR Michael Floyd (shoulder), C Mike Gibson (illness), QB Carson Palmer (hand) and DE Frostee Rucker (calf).

As for an interesting note about Palmer's hand injury, it appears to be a jammed right thumb. It would appear that the team was trying to hide it in this video featuring Palmer. Notice how he is shown as writing with his right AND left hands. Then later you see him with a brace for his thumb. No, it does not look serious. But it is there.

Indy will be without one starting cornerback, as Greg Toler -- a former Cardinal -- is listed as out for Sunday's game. Also out is fullback Stanley Havli and inside linebacker Kavell Conner.

Indy could be out another couple of players as Trent Richardson, LaRon Landry and Josh Gordy are listed as questionable for Sunday.

Dan Herron, Derrius Heyward-Bay and Delano Howell are listed as probable.

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