Calais Campbell DL ARI 9 Months

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Calais Campbell (neck) will play in Thursday's game against the Seahawks.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 9 Months

Cardinals RE Calais Campbell (neck) is expected to play in Thursday night's game against the Seahawks.

It's a relief considering Campbell was stretchered off the field with numbness and tingling in his extremities just four days ago. After undergoing CT scans and MRIs Sunday night, he was fully cleared. If Campbell is a surprise late scratch, Ronald Talley will get the start.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 9 Months

RE Calais Campbell (neck) returned to Cardinals practice Tuesday, getting in a limited session.

It puts Campbell on track to play Thursday against the Seahawks, but it's quite possible he'll end up a game-time decision. The best course of action may be holding Campbell out and giving him 10 days to rest up for Week 8.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 9 Months

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports doctors believe Cardinals RE Calais Campbell will be "sore but OK" after Sunday's Week 6 neck injury.

Campbell was hospitalized following the scary injury, but could move all of his extremities and appears to have avoided significant damage. Through six games, Campbell has three sacks and a forced fumble. Arizona's next game is against Seattle on Thursday night. Campbell seems unlikely to play.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 9 Months

Cardinals RE Calais Campbell was carted off the field with an apparent neck injury in Sunday's Week 6 game against the 49ers.

Campbell went low on a tackle attempt in the fourth quarter and was then immobilized before being taken away. He had movement in his extremities, but it's since been announced that Campbell experienced some tingling and will undergo further testing. Campbell is one of the best 3-4 ends in football.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 11 Months

Cardinals RE Calais Campbell suffered a quadriceps injury on Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's opener against the Rams.

Campbell was a full participant Wednesday and Thursday before missing Friday's session altogether. If not for J.J. Watt, Campbell would be in the discussion as the best 3-4 defensive end in the game. His loss would be a big one. If Campbell were to miss, some combo of Ronald Talley, Matt Shaughnessy, and Frostee Rucker would fill in. It'd be a boon to Daryl Richardson's Week 1 outlook.

Calais Campbell DL ARI May 22 '13

Cardinals DEs Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett are allowed to be more "aggressive" and "create penetration" in DC Todd Bowles' new defense.

"They want us to shove (offensive linemen) back and be able to shed blocks quicker and make tackles in the backfield, which I think Dockett and myself would be very, very good at," said Campbell. "We're very athletic." Campbell didn't have any troubles in previous DC Ray Horton's "two-gap" scheme, but Dockett was openly displeased. Campbell has a chance to be an even bigger star. The 6-foot-8, 300-pound 26-year-old has 14.5 sacks and a J.J. Watt-esque 18 batted passes over the last two seasons.

Calais Campbell DL ARI Nov 26 '12

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt expects LE Calais Campbell (calf) back for Week 13 against the Jets.

Campbell said he'd be back for Week 12, so take this with a minor grain of salt. However, coaches are usually more realistic about injuries than players. The two games Campbell has missed since the Cardinals' Week 10 bye are one more than he missed through his first four NFL seasons. His return will be bad news for Mark Sanchez.

Calais Campbell DL ARI Nov 19 '12

Cardinals LE Calais Campbell (calf) expects to return for Week 12.

Per the Cardinals' official website, Campbell is "confident" he'll be ready to play against the Rams. The Cardinals managed to create an impressive amount of havoc in Campbell's absence in Sunday's loss in Atlanta, but are an infinitely better unit with Campbell in the fold.

Calais Campbell DL ARI Nov 18 '12

Cardinals declared LE Calais Campbell, QB Kevin Kolb, TE Todd Heap, OLs Senio Kelemete and Pat McQuistan, LB Jamaal Westerman, and WR LaRon Byrd inactive for Week 11 against the Falcons.

Campbell has a calf injury and will be replaced in the starting lineup by Vonnie Holliday. John Skelton will continue to start for Kolb (ribs). Heap has been a non-factor this season as he deals with a knee injury.