TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said he doesn't expect to decide who will start at quarterback Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings until just before game time.
Kurt Warner and Matt Leinart split practice time with the starters again Thursday, and Whisenhunt said he hasn't decided who will be the No. 1 quarterback this weekend.
"You want to make the decision now, but certainly we've got to see how everything goes with Kurt," Whisenhunt said. "Even though he may feel great today, there might be a situation where something could come up."
Meanwhile, the Cardinals could be without starting left tackle Mike Gandy, who hasn't practiced this week because of a pelvis injury. Jeremy Bridges would be Gandy's replacement. If Gandy can't start, it would end a string of 31 consecutive games in which Arizona has started the same offensive line.
Tight end Stephen Spach also didn't practice Thursday because of a sore knee. Three starters -- linebacker Karlos Dansby (shoulder), cornerback Bryant McFadden (knee) and running back Tim Hightower (thumb) -- were limited.
Just keeping an eye on the developments. I don't care who starts, I just wish that whoever does start, is ripped to shreads.