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Cardinals At Vikings: Final Injury Reports

Jim Rogash

My apologies for not getting this out there on Friday like I normally do. As I've already mentioned, these past couple of weeks have been a little on the crazy side. But we have the final injury reports for both the Arizona Cardinals and the Minnesota Vikings. Let's take a look at those now.

Since we start with the visiting team, let's look at Arizona's injury report first.

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Kevin Kolb QB Ribs Out
Kerry Rhodes S Back Out
Anthony Sherman FB Knee Doubtful
Greg Toler CB Hamstring Doubtful
Michael Adams CB Hamstring Questionable
Todd Heap TE Knee Questionable
Reggie Walker ILB Head Questionable
Darnell Dockett DT Hamstring Probable
Jim Dray TE Knee Probable
Quentin Groves OLB Hamstring Probable
Paris Lenon ILB Knee Probable
O'Brien Schofield OLB Knee Probable
Adam Snyder G Elbow Probable

Dang. . .that's quite the lengthy list.

We've already talked about how the Cardinals will be putting John Skelton in for Kolb at quarterback, and Rhodes being out could mean more big things for the Vikings' tight ends, as he's a pretty good safety.

Now, let's take a look at Minnesota's injury list.

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Mistral Raymond S Ankle Out
Matt Asiata RB Knee Questionable
Marvin Mitchell LB Calf Questionable
Jared Allen DE Groin Probable
Robert Blanton S Hamstring Probable
Adrian Peterson RB Ankle Probable
Christian Ponder QB Knee Probable
Jerome Simpson WR Back Probable
Antoine Winfield CB Knee Probable
Everson Griffen DE Non-Injury --

No serious injuries to report for Minnesota, and it appears that Jerome Simpson will be a go for the Vikings in this one, unless the team makes another "game-time decision" to keep him on the bench. Griffen is on the report as he missed practice earlier this week in connection with the death of his mother last week.

There are the final injury reports for tomorrow's game, folks. Anything you see that interests, worries, or concerns you?