Arizona Cardinals Injury Report, Week 15: Kevin Kolb Passes Concussion Tests, But Still Doubtful Vs. Browns

While the Cleveland Browns will likely be without their starting quarterback due to a concussion, the Arizona Cardinals could get theirs back from the same injury. Kevin Kolb passed all of his neurological tests on Thursday, but remains doubtful for Sunday's game. John Skelton, who is 4-1 this season when playing at least three quarters, has taken most of the first team snaps this week and is ready to go if he has to start. He has seven touchdowns opposite nine interceptions this year, but the team has been successful with him under center. 

Here is the full injury report for the Arizona Cardinals: 

S Sean Considine (Foot) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

LB Clark Haggans (Hamstring) -- Full Participation in Practice

TE Rob Housler (shoulder) -- Full Participation in Practice

S Kerry Rhodes (Foot) -- Full Participation in Practice

T Brandon Keith (Ankle) -- Limited Participation in Practice

QB Kevin Kolb (Head) -- Limited Participation in Practice

LB Joey Porter (Knee) -- Limited Participation in Practice

WR DeMarco Sampson (Ribs) -- Limited Participation in Practice

RB Chris Wells (knee) -- Limited Participation in Practice

P Dave Zastudil (Biceps) -- Limited Participation in Practice

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