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Cardinals vs. Eagles final injury report: Andre Ellington, Rashad Johnson to be game-day decisions

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A final look at the injury report for the game on Sunday night.

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The  Philadelphia Eagles are completely healthy, in terms of game status. Every single player noted on the injury report is listed as probable and every player was a full participant in practice on Friday. They will have seven healthy scratches when they fill out their inactive list.

Such is not the case for the Arizona Cardinals.

Safety Rashad Johnson did not practice for the third day in a row and did not practice at all during the week. Defensive tackle Cory Redding again did not practice after what appears to have been a setback with his ankle. He is doubtful for the game. Starting center Lyle Sendlein also did not practice, but he had been limited on Thursday. he has a knee injury. Both he and Johnson are considered game day decisions as to whether they will play. But it seems very unlikely JOhnson would be able to go without having practiced all week.

If Johnson is unable to go, they do have depth at the position. Tyrann Mathieu would likely slide over and stay on the back end the whole time with Tony Jefferson getting more snaps.

If no Sendlein, A.Q. Shipley will get the start.

Running back Andre Ellington did manage to participate in practice on a limited bases for the first time all week. He also is a game day decision, listed as questionable.

Tight end Jermaine Gresham (knee), cornerback Patrick Peterson (ankle), cornerback Jerraud Powers (calf) and defensive lineman Frostee Rucker (ankle) all were limited and are questionable for the game, although it feels like they all will play.

Everyone else was a full participant in practice and listed as probable for the game.