Everybody feeling fine UPDATE

Posted by Darren Urban on December 10, 2009 – 1:46 pm

It’s hard to argue with the first practice before the 13th game of the season with a short injury list and the key guys all able to go. Quarterback Kurt Warner said he was “good” after taking a shot on his hip late in the Minnesota game, and LT Mike Gandy (pelvis) returned to practice as well. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Gandy will be active this week, although it’s uncertain still if he will start or not. Only RB Jason Wright (illness) sat out.

UPDATE: Here is the entire injury report. Gandy actually practiced full. And notable are that Warner and LB Karlos Dansby, who had been battling bad shoulders, have healed to the point they are no longer listed.

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17 Responses to “Everybody feeling fine UPDATE”

  1. By Joe C on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    I can’t wait for Monday!!!! I’m having a bunch of friends/fans over for the game. It’s gonna be a blast!!! Go Cardinals, take care of those Niners and Clinch up again!!!!

  2. By Trips Right on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Of course Gandy practiced full. He saw how Bridges played! Gotta love the competition, but I love Bridges. His athleticism is far and above that of Gandy and really is needed at the tackle position. Also, isn’t Gandy a free agent at the end of the year? Why not start the process of replacing him early. I think Bridges can hold up pretty well. You have got to love the motor he has on him.

  3. By HD on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Can some one please tell me, Who our possible, post season, game one competitor, might be???? Thanx

  4. By Secret on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    this looks like the opposite condition of the cardinals from week 1!

  5. By Secret on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    When do you guys usually record your cardinal’s underground during the week and how long does it take to reach the web site?

  6. By darrenurban on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Secret —

    We usually record Wednesday and it is usually posted Thursday. Everything is pushed back a day because of Monday night’s game, so the podcast will be posted Friday.

  7. By Matt on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Sando is posting your stuff! I just listened to Cards Underground on the NFCW blog. Cagematch?

  8. By darrenurban on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Matt —

    Hey, he’s allowed to post a link. Anything to drive traffic to Besides, Sando is a good guy. I’ve known him for a while, and I was happy he was willing to recognize my work despite being on the team site. Not everyone in his position would do that.

  9. By LUKE on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    its good to see breaston is finally off the list.i hope he has a great game!

  10. By Secret on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    I think it might be the cowboys if they dont have another december breakdown

  11. By shannon robinson on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Don’t write off Mike Gandy too soon – remember Jeremey Bridges was a Cardinal a while back and wasn’t playing as well as he did against the Vikes. I was real impressed with his development and the great game he had against Allen. Also Rod Graves just might sign Gandy to a one year contract after this season. We’re carrying one more offensive lineman than we did on last year’s roster and we have another real talent in Canfield who’s hidden on the practice squad. This is all down to Russ Grimm developing guys and building us some Hogs. Kudos to John Lott for their strength and few injuries.

  12. By Joe on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    HD and Secret —
    As of today our first playoff game would be a wildcard game at home against either the Eagles or the Packers. The Cowboys would play the other wildcard game. (Vikes and Saints get a bye)
    Then our second game would be a road game against either the Vikes or Saints depending on the result of the other wildcard game.

  13. By Joe on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    There are four games left in the season and the only way this playoff scenario can change (besides who’s fighting to make the wildcard spots) is if Minnesota were to lose two games and the Cards win out, then we get the bye week and the Vikes have to play that extra wildcard game instead of us.
    Also then in the second round we would host the home game, so these last four games are a big deal as to how the Vikes and Cards finish out the season.

  14. By Dave on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    HD? There are a lot of variables. Here’s a fun tool to check it out with though. Enjoy.…algorithm=home

  15. By Brian on Dec 11, 2009 | Reply

    I hope we can stay focused against the 49ers, the Lions, the Rams and the Packers….you saw what happened to Pittsburgh against Cleveland. We have occasionally played down to the level of our opponent and given away games…..stay focused and play with intensity! GO CARDS!

  16. By RODY on Dec 11, 2009 | Reply

    Hey Darren

    when the Cardinals clinch on monday, do you know when the playoff tickets would go on sale to non-season ticket holders? I started saving but was wondering how much more time I will have to save. thanks keeo up the articles, they help me get by the 6 days (seven this week) until the next game.

  17. By darrenurban on Dec 11, 2009 | Reply

    Rody —

    It probably won’t be until the day after the end of the regular season, once the playoff matchups are solidified. But keep checking — we will have the info as soon as it is released.

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