Cardinals: Updated Injury Report

Kevin Kolb has turf toe and might not be able to play and Beanie Wells' knee continues to bother him.

--QB Kevin Kolb has turf toe and might not be able to play. He is going to try to practice later in the week but that's far from certain. If Kolb can't play, John Skelton will start for the second consecutive week.

--RB Beanie Wells said his ailing right knee is going to bother him all season. Wells is likely to miss practice time all year, hoping the rest helps him be available on game days. His numbers have dipped substantially since suffering the injury.

--TE Rob Housler missed last week's game with a groin injury and is expected to be questionable for this game.

--TE Todd Heap played little last week after missing three games with a hamstring injury. Heap was close to returning for more time last week and should be able to contribute in Philadelphia.

--ILB Paris Lenon missed practice time this week with a groin injury. He is expected to play on Sunday.

--FB Anthony Sherman missed last week's game with an ankle injury and it's questionable if he'll be able to play on Sunday. Reagan Maui'a will take his place.

--FS Kerry Rhodes is at least two weeks away from returning from a broken foot that required surgery.

--CB Mike Adams appears to be fine after leaving last week's game with a neck/head injury. Adams in the nickel corner and an excellent special teams player.

--OLB Joey Porter underwent arthroscopic knee surgery last week and is expected to miss some games. He is not expected to be out an extended amount of time, however.

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