The Arizona Cardinals held a regular practice on Thursday and released their injury report as they should. The St. Louis Rams, according to AZCentral's Kent Somers, did not. They still had to release an injury report, but it is about how much the player would have practiced if they had held it.
It is interesting how Jeff Fisher decided not to hold practice before a big divisional game on the road.
Nonetheless, for the Cardinals, not much changed. Running back Andre Ellington and guard Mike Iupati were still limited in practice. Head coach Bruce Arians said on Wednesday Ellington was probably "50-50" for playing this weekend. As for Iupati, the player will have too let the coaches know he is ready to go. Iupati made the gameday call to not play, saying he was not yet comfortable.
Receiver J.J. Nelson was still a non-participant with his shoulder injury, while receiver John Browm with a shoulder injury. However, based on what people saw in the open part of practice, Brown looks like he will play.
Outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley was added to the injury report, being limited Thursday with a quad injury. Alex Okafor, previously limited, was upgraded to full on Thursday.
Even though the Rams did not practice, their injury report was released. Jame Laurenitis, who was given a day off on Wednesday, would have practiced fully. Receiver Kenny Britt, who did not go on Wednesday, would have been limited on Thursday. The other guys who did not practice Wednesday -- safety Maurice Alexander (groin), running back Chase Reynolds (knee) and defensive end Eugene Sims (knee) -- would not have practiced Thursday.