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Cardinals vs. Redskins final injury report: QBs questionable, Calais Campbell out, Ryan Clark questionable

A final look at the gametime chances for the players that missed practice time.

Justin Edmonds

The final injury report is out for the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Redskins and, you guessed it, there is no quarterback certainty for the Arizona Cardinals.

Both Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton were limited in practice on Friday and are questionable for the game. Stanton has passed his concussion test, though, so it looks like he should be a go for Sunday, making him the most likely candidate to start.

There are three players ruled out for Sunday. Calais Campbell (knee), Troy Niklas (ankle) and Glenn Carson (ankle) will not play. They did not practice at all this week.

Right guard Paul Fanaika, who did not practice Wednesday or Thursday, was limited on Friday. Bruce Arians indicated he would play and that he "looked solid." He is officially listed as questionable.

The other players listed are probable -- cornerback Justin Bethel (shoulder), linebacker Kenny Demens (back), running back Andre Ellington (foot) and cornerback Patrick Peterson (ankle).

For Washington, only two players have been ruled out -- quarterback Robert Griffin III and cornerback Tracy Porter.

Safety Ryan Clark and linebacker Perry Riley Jr. did not practice all week, but are listed as questionable.

Also questionable for the game are linebacker Brian Orakpo (knee -- limited in practice on Friday), tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring -- limited on Friday) and tackle Trent Williams (knee -- limited on Friday).

The rest on the injury reports are probable and fully participated in practice on Friday -- DL Kedric Golston (groin), DE Jason Hatcher (hamstring), LB Akeem Jordan (knee), DE Frank Kearse (thigh), G Shaun Lauvao (knee), T Tyler Polumbus (finger) and S Trenton Robinson (ankle).