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Cardinals list Boldin, Campbell as questionable

The final injury report for Saturday’s Cardinals-Saints game is out, and the big news is that Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin and defensive end Calais Campbell are listed as questionable.

Boldin has knee and ankle injuries, and the Cardinals are reportedly expecting him to miss his second straight game. Campbell suffered a thumb injury in the Cardinals’ playoff win against the Packers.

Cardinals linebackers Will Davis (knee) and Gerald Hayes (ankle) are also listed as questionable. Cardinals punter Ben Graham (left groin), cornerback Bryant McFadden (chest), kicker Neil Rackers (right groin), cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (toe, knee) and safety Antrel Rolle (thigh) are listed as probable.

The Saints are fairly healthy, listing four players as probable: cornerback Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring), defensive end Bobby McCray (back), wide receiver Lance Moore (hamstring) and running back Pierre Thomas (ribs).

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2 Responses to “Cardinals list Boldin, Campbell as questionable”
  1. blahblah21 says: Jan 15, 2010 5:22 PM

    Campbell was hurt in the regular season game against the Packers. He had a cast on his thumb during the playoff game.

  2. Daft02810 says: Jan 15, 2010 9:41 PM

    Man, I’m startin’ to think the Cards reall don’t need Boldin all that much.

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