It’s a given that KC BBQ tastes good, right? Any chance that is also possesses healing powers? Because, on Tuesday, the Cardinals had both Beanie Wells and Kevin Kolb back from injury and working up an appetite.
"He's still a little sore," Whisenhunt said of Kolb, "but I don't anticipate there being any problems as we progress through the week. He may be limited this afternoon, but I certainly think as the week progresses he'll be fine and he'll play."
Indeed, Kolb was limited in afternoon practice with a bruised chest muscle that he said makes it painful to sneeze or laugh. Kolb continues to battle John Skelton, who will start Friday night. It’s a decision Whisenhunt said was made prior to Kolb’s injury in the Hall of Fame game.
In addition, the Cardinals activated Beanie Wells from the PUP (physically unable to perform) list on his 24th birthday. However, it’s unlikely that the 1,000 yard rusher coming off right knee surgery will play against the Chiefs.
“We're working him back in," Whisenhunt said. "I think it's important he gets back into the flow of the walkthroughs. That's the reason he's off of PUP now. We feel like he's good now, but we're going to be conservative working him back in."
And for those wondering whether the joint practice resembled NY Jets Camp and featured fisticuffs? No. By all accounts, it was a clean practice without as much as a tussle.
As Kerry Rhodes shared with the media, maybe it was too hot to fight.
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