Eagles Vs. Cardinals Injury Report And Inactive List: DeSean Jackson Out For Disciplinary Reasons, Kevin Kolb Out With Toe Injury

Philadelphia Eagles DeSean Jackson highlights the team's inactives list for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals after he missed a team meeting Saturday.

Safety Nate Allen (concussion) and guard Evan Mathis (toe) were both listed as out on Friday's injury report and are also on the inactives list.  Also on the inactives list are offensive lineman Winston Justice, quarterback Mike Kafka, cornerback Curtis Marsh and defensive end Philip Hunt. 

The Arizona Cardinals will play without starting quarterback and former Eagle Kevin Kolb. Kolb had been batting a toe injury and was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. Instead, the Cardinals will send John Skelton under center for Sunday's contest.

Safety Kerry Rhodes (foot) and linebacker Joey Porter (knee) were both listed as out on Friday's injury report and are also on the inactives list. Tight ends Rob Housler (groin) and Todd Heap (hamstring) will also miss the game per today's inactives list.   Wide receiver Stephen Williams offensive tackle D'Anthony Batiste round out the inactives list for the Cardinals.

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