The Philadelphia Eagles have three major names still in limbo for this Sunday's tilt with the Arizona Cardinals.

On Friday, the Eagles officially listed Darren Sproles, Jason Kelce and Mychal Kendricks questionable for Sunday's game. Both Kelce and Kendricks have missed multiple games, Sproles left the Eagles last game with a MCL injury.

Kelce left the Eagles week three game against the Redskins in the third quarter with an abdominal injury and had sports hernia surgery late in September, but practiced in full on Friday.  While Kelce isn't expected to play against the Cardinals, he is on track to resume starting in week nine against the Texans.

It could be yet another game missed for Kendricks as well. Kendricks has been out since week two with a calf injury and has not practiced much since. He was inactive for four straight weeks but is listed as 'questionable' for the game with the Cardinals.

Running back Chris Polk (hamstring), linebacker DeMeco Ryans (groin) and cornerback Jaylen Watkins (knee) were each labeled as 'probable' for the upcoming contest. Polk has been cleared to return from his hamstring injury and would back up LeSean McCoy if Sproles is held out.

The only Eagle who will definitely miss the game at this point is Brad Smith, the special teams ace is still out with a groin injury.

The Eagles and Cardinals square off Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.