Glendale, AZ -- Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell is uncertain to play in Thursday's game against the Seattle Seahawks due to a neck injury he sustained in the team's most recent outing.
Campbell had to be carted off the field late in the fourth quarter during Sunday's 32-20 loss at San Francisco after going head-first into a pile at the end of a run by the 49ers' Frank Gore. The 6-foot-8 end was on the ground for several minutes and was taken to an area hospital for evaluation, but managed to avoid a serious injury.
After being listed as a non-participant on Monday's injury report, Campbell has practiced on a limited basis in each of the last two days and is listed as questionable to face the Seahawks.
Several other key Cardinals, including wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring), linebackers John Abraham (shoulder) and Karlos Dansby (quadriceps), tight end Rob Housler (ankle) and safety Rashad Johnson (finger), are all probable to play on Thursday.
Johnson missed two games after having the tip of his middle finger severed in a contest at New Orleans on Sept. 22, but returned to action for last Sunday's tilt.
Reserve wide receiver Brittan Golden (hamstring) is the only Arizona player ruled out for Thursday's matchup.
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