Per a league source, Skelton still hasn’t reached 100 percent. When Skelton gets to 100 percent, Whisenhunt has admitted he’ll have a tough decision to make. Last Friday, Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt offered candid insight during an interview on Pro Football Talk regarding the status of quarterback John Skelton and the looming question of whether Skelton or Kevin Kolb will play when Skelton fully recovers from an ankle injury suffered during a Week One win over the Seahawks. Though Skelton likely won’t start, the bigger question is Dockett, who missed Sunday’s overtime win against the Dolphins. Unless, of course, Whisenhunt is using the same “100 percent” standard that former Vikings coach Dennis Green used 14 years ago, when Randall Cunningham was having a season for the ages as Brad Johnson recovered from a broken leg. Limited in practice were defensive tackle Darnell Dockett , cornerback Michael Adams , tight end Jim Dray , tight end Todd Heap , linebacker Paris Lenon , linebacker O’Brien Schofield , running back Anthony Sherman , guard Adam Snyder , running back LaRod Stephens-Howling , and defensive tackle Dan Williams .
Cardinals quarterback John Skelton may not be back to 100 percent after suffering a Week One ankle injury, but he’s getting closer. Skelton fully participated in practice on Tuesday, two days before the team’s Week Five game against the Rams. Also ful