The Cardinals were pretty healthy Wednesday. Everyone did a little something, including long-time rehabbing linebackers Gerald Hayes and O’Brien Schofield.
“Ben (Graham) point that out, that there was no one on the bike,” said wide receiver Steve Breaston, himself coming back from knee surgery. “That’s the first time in a long time, I think. I guess that’s a good sign.”
(Here is the injury report. Hayes and Schofield won’t appear because they are not on the active roster.)
That doesn’t mean anything is a lock for Sunday though. While it was good to see Breaston and Early Doucet back in pads, the way their respective injuries respond to practice will make a difference. Hayes could make an appearance Sunday, but it’s too early to tell. Schofield is unlikely to come back this week, I’d guess. It seems like the other banged-up Cards all have a good chance to be ready by the weekend.
The Cards had a lot of things going for them Wednesday. There was even a little rain, with the gray skies mocking a possible Seattle Sunday. “It was a little bit like a Seattle day today,” coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “Good for us to practice in it.”
Tags: Ben Graham, Gerald Hayes, Ken Whisenhunt, O'Brien Schofield, Seahawks, Steve Breaston
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