A pair of Arizona Cardinals defensive linemen are listed as questionable but are expected to play Saturday night in the Cards' home playoff game against the Green Bay Packers.
Cardinals insider Darren Urban said defensive tackles Frostee Rucker (ankle) and Josh Mauro (calf) are likely to play against the Packers even though both were listed as questionable in Friday's injury report and were limited in practice throughout the week.
Defensive tackle Cory Redding and linebacker Alex Okafor have already been ruled out for Saturday. In response, the Cards signed veteran linebacker Jason Babin and elevated linebacker Gabe Martin from the practice squad Tuesday.
Quarterback Carson Palmer (finger), guard Mike Iupati (shoulder) and linebacker Markus Golden (knee) are listed as probable and are expected to play.
On the Packers' side, wide receiver Davante Adams will miss Saturday's game with a knee injury he sustained in last weekend's Wild Card win at the Redskins. Cornerback Sam Shields (concussion) has missed his team's last four games and is questionable for Saturday.
Final #AZCardinals injury report. I expect Mauro, Rucker to play. #GBvsAZ pic.twitter.com/oTS4eyQ3Uc
— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) January 15, 2016