(AP) — Arizona Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes went through a limited practice on Wednesday, his first workout with the team since he was injured in a game at Minnesota on Oct. 9.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt says Rhodes was able to go through some drills. Whisenhunt says Rhodes' return to game action will depend on how the player's left foot responds to the increased activity.
Rhodes broke a bone in his left foot in the Cardinals' 34-10 loss to the Vikings. Rashad Johnson and Richard Marshall have filled in during the seven games Rhodes has missed.