Friday practices meant the final injury report and the gameday status for the players on it. The Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles released their injury reports and most fully participated in practice.
For Arizona, only tight end Troy Niklas sat out practice. He is out for the game and head coach Bruce Arians is displeased with where he is at, as quoted at AZCardinals.com. "His situation, talking to the trainers, if he can push the sled he can play because he's a damn tackle," Arians said. "He's not a wide receiver. He doesn't have to be worried about making cuts. He better have his ass back on the practice field next week."
The only player for Arizona who was limited in practice was Calais Campbell. He is officially questionable for the game, but the general feeling seems to be he will be available and will play. He will have to wear a brace and the only concern is whether he feels comfortable on the field and can be explosive while wearing it.
Arians said Campbell would be a game-time decision.
Everyone else listed on the injury report -- WR John Brown (ankle), RB Andre Ellington (foot), S Rashad Johnson (knee) and DE Frostee Rucker (calf) -- fully participated in Friday's practice and are probable for the game.
For the Eagles, aside from WR Brad Smith, who is out for Sunday, everyone else practiced fully. That includes RB Darren Sproles and LB Mychal Kendricks.
Sproles, Kendricks and center Jason Kelce are all questionable for the game. The general feeling has been, having spoken with a couple of guys from Bleeding Green Nation is Kendricks is not likely to play. Sproles is and Kelce probably not. We'll see.
RB Chris Polk (hamstring), LB DeMeco Ryans (groin) and CB Jaylen Watkins (wrist) are probable for Sunday.