The Cardinals went through an early-morning half-walkthrough/half-practice Friday morning, thanks to the short week and a long plane ride to Cincinnati. Afterward, you could plug in coach Ken Whisenhunt’s comments about the starting quarterback and Kevin Kolb’s situation from any of the previous two days: Both quarterbacks looked “good,” he wants to see how Kolb (and Kolb’s concussion) respond to flying, and that they’d talk about it after landing.
“We’ll know tonight,” Whisenhunt said, although that will be officially after any media availability is over so no info — at least, no info not leaked — will be out there until we get to 90 minutes before kickoff tomorrow.
The players were on the field by 7:30 this morning, about two hours earlier than a normal Friday. “It was cold,” Whisenhunt said. “But it was good. The guys were in a good place. They came out, got their work. It’s hard, because normally this is a walkthrough and we had to do a little more today but we got through it and will watch the tape tonight in Cincinnati.”
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