When Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell was removed from the field on a stretcher last Sunday, there probably weren’t too many people wondering whether he would play against the Seahawks just a few days later.
Injuries that look like that make you fear for the worst and a quick turnaround didn’t seem to be in the cards. Campbell checked out well when he went to the hospital, practiced this week and was listed as questionable by the team on Wednesday to leave the door open for a return.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Campbell is walking through it. Campbell is expected to play against Seattle on Thursday night.
There’s no word on whether Campbell’s playing time will be affected by the neck injury, but he’ll be out there as part of the group trying to exploit the missing tackles on the Seahawks line. Campbell has three sacks and a forced fumble for the Cardinals so far this season.