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The Arizona Cardinals held their final practice of the week on Thursday, while the Green Bay Packers held their second one of the week. Arizona head coach Bruce Arians told reporters everyone practiced fully. It wasn't completely the truth, but clearly the Cardinals are healthy.
When the injury report came out, three players were technically limited. Linebacker Markus Golden (knee) and defensive linemen Josh Mauro (calf) and Frostee Rucker (ankle) were those three. But because of Arians' comment of practicing fully, it sounds like they did basically a full load of work in practice.
Green Bay, on the other hand, still is banged up a bit. 11 players were limited on Thursday. Only one did not practice -- receiver Davante Adams (knee), who is not expected to play.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy addressed the media before the Packers practiced, so there were things he still didn't know. He was hopeful cornerback Sam Shields would clear the concussion protocol. He was listed as limited, as was left tackle David Bakhtiari. Cornerback Quinten Rollins, who was sidelined Wednesday, was upgraded to limited. Everyone else for Green Bay was the same as Wednesday.