FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The Arizona Cardinals have wrapped up their training camp in Flagstaff, still looking for a starting quarterback with just two preseason games remaining.

Coach Ken Whisenhunt pronounced the camp a success and the players said they looked forward to returning to their own beds, even if it means practicing in triple-digit heat.

John Skelton will start at quarterback Thursday night at Tennessee as he and Kevin Kolb alternate preseason starts in the competition for the position.

Whisenhunt says it's not a given that he will reach his decision before the final preseason game a week from Thursday at home against Denver.