The Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers released their final injury report in advance of Sunday’s Wild Card game in Glendale, Ariz. As expected, the Cardinals are the team with major health concerns, as both WR Anquan Boldin (ankle) and CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (toe/knee) headline a list of six players who are questionable.
Rodgers-Cromartie was limited in practice on Friday but declared himself “100 percent”, while telling the team’s official Web site: “If I’d sit out, I’d probably go crazy.”
Boldin did not participate in Friday’s session, but still hopes to play.
“It’s tough when you have a high-ankle sprain and an MCL sprain,” Boldin said. “If I can go, I will be out there. I am doing everything in my power to make sure I am able to go Sunday. Trust me, if I’m not able to go, it won’t be anything that I didn’t do. I have doctors at my house at night pocking and prodding, acupuncture, everything possible.”
Also questionable for Arizona are S Antrel Rolle (thigh), G Deuce Lutui (back), DE Calais Campbell (thumb), and backup QB Brian St. Pierre (back).
The Packers listed seven players as probable, including CB Charles Woodson (shoulder), and one as doubtful — S Derrick Martin (ankle).