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Tyrann Mathieu finally feels “free” after dealing with injuriesprofootballtalk.com May 23 (yesterday)Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu had to overcome a lot just to stick in the NFL. But once he got there, stuff kept happening which kept him from doing what he does best. But after a series of injuries that limited him, he’s finally well and ready to get …Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com May 20 (5 days ago)The Cardinals kicked off their organized team activities on Tuesday and that gave quarterback Carson Palmer a chance to do some on-field team drills for the first time since tearing his ACL last season. Palmer took 12 snaps during the 7-on-7 portion of …Share Tweet
Cardinals sign RB David Johnson, TE Gerald Christianprofootballtalk.com May 18 (7 days ago)The Cardinals are almost done with draft-pick deals. Arizona has signed Northern Iowa running back David Johnson (Round Three) and Louisville tight end Gerald Christian (Round Seven), the club said on its website Monday. The 6-foot-1, 224-pound Johnson …Share Tweet
Cardinals, Colts among clubs holding OTAs this weekA happy OTA season to all. Five clubs will hold organized team practice activities, or OTAs, this week, with the Colts the first to get down to business starting Monday. OTAs are voluntary workouts in which full team drills are permitted, though live co…Share Tweet
Tyrann Mathieu on Jimmy Graham: Our division’s physical, he has to blockCardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu isn’t worried about the departure of defensive coordinator Todd Bowles this offseason. Bowles and cornerback Antonio Cromartie are now with the Jets, but Mathieu said during an appearance on NFL Total Access that the team…Share Tweet
Bruce Arians: David Johnson “will find a niche quick”After the Cardinals took Northern Iowa running back David Johnson in the third round of the draft, coach Bruce Arians said that Andre Ellington would continue to play the same role in the team’s backfield. Arians has called Ellington the “focal point” o…Share Tweet
Patriots have been accused of tampering with communications beforeprofootballtalk.com May 15Karlos Dansby said in an appearance on PFT Live this week that he suspected the Patriots of wrongdoing in 2008, when the Cardinals visited New England and had trouble with their coach-to-helmet communications system. Dansby wasn’t the first to make such…Share Tweet
Cardinals may spend some time in West VirginiaThe NFL-quality practice facility built last year for the Saints at the Greenbrier in West Virginia may get some extra use this year, and not by the Saints. Per a league source, the Cardinals are considering spending the week in West Virginia between an…Share Tweet
Cardinals sign a pair of picks, leaving just three to goDraft pick signings are so routine, even the teams doing the signing are downplaying them these days. The Cardinals signed second-round pick Markus Golden and fourth-rounder Rodney Gunter Wednesday, leaving three picks unsigned more than a week before M…Share Tweet
Cardinals rookie knows Bruce Arians really is the cool uncleCardinals coach Bruce Arians wants to be known as “the cool uncle,” to all his players. But one of them, at least for the moment, actually is his nephew. Undrafted rookie Trevor Harman, a wide receiver from Shippensburg (Pa.) University, has plenty of b…Share Tweet
Cardinals sign their fifth-round picksprofootballtalk.com May 12The Cardinals have wrapped up deals with both fifth-round selections, signing West Virginia linebacker/defensive end Shaquille Riddick and UAB wide receiver J.J. Nelson, the team said on Twitter on Tuesday. Riddick (6-6, 242) notched seven sacks in 2014…Share Tweet
Cardinals checking out former rugby star with family tiesprofootballtalk.com May 11The Cardinals aren’t much of a fullback team, but that might not matter much to rookie Paul Lasike, since he wasn’t sure he was much of a football player. The New Zealander and former rugby star is among the rookies trying to impress the Cardinals in mi…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com May 10A former Alabama quarterback who took part in the Cardinals’ rookie minicamp on a tryout basis will reportedly be added to the roster. Phillip Sims, who finished his collegiate career at Winston-Salem State, has signed a deal with the Cardinals, the sch…Share Tweet
Veteran linebacker Daryl Sharpton visited Cardinalsprofootballtalk.com May 8The post-draft days are always a bit of a scramble, as teams try to fill last-minute holes in the roster, and players try desperately to find a place after teams have brought in the young and the cheap. So it’s worth noting that journeman linebacker Dar…Share TweetThe Cardinals received cornerback Alfonzo Dennard from the Patriots on Wednesday on a waiver claim, the Associated Press reports. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound Dennard made 20 starts and played in 29 games in three seasons with New England, finishing with 92…Share TweetJohn Carlson's retirement leaves Cardinals with two big, inexperienced tight endsShare Tweet
Carson Palmer was on field with Cardinals on Mondayprofootballtalk.com May 5The Cardinals started the second phase of their offseason workouts on Monday, which means that they are permitted to start running plays on the field without helmets or pads. Among the Cardinals doing that with the first team was quarterback Carson Palm…Share Tweet
Cardinals plan same role for Andre Ellingtonprofootballtalk.com May 4During the weeks leading up to the draft, the Cardinals were often mentioned as a potential trade destination for Adrian Peterson. It made sense as a landing spot because the Cardinals struggled to run the ball effectively last season and because they’r…Share Tweetyahoo.com May 3The NFL draft is (finally) over. From the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafting Jameis Winston (and the dumb Social Media Outrage that followed the crab legs photo) to the Arizona Cardinals taking Mr. Irrelevant, it was a wild three days. What moments won the t…Share Tweet
Most appealing NFL playersMay 23Mark Schlereth guesses who the top five most likable NFL players are, based on a survey from the DBI index of appeal, and is surprised by the No. 1 answer.
Cardinals' position battles have begunMay 15ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss talks about position battles at tight end, linebacker and along the offensive line.
Cardinals' draft picks likely to make rosterMay 8ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss talks about the team's rookies and where they might fit for the 2015 season.
Former Redskins TE reinstated by NFLMay 7Jim Trotter weighs the risk vs. reward equation for NFL teams potentially interested in signing tight end Fred Davis, who has been reinstated by the NFL after being suspended indefinitely in 2014.
J.J. Watt's bruise continues storied tradition of athletes playing through…May 21The photo of J.J. Watt's bruise is nasty, but imagine playing with torn knee ligaments or a tooth stuck in your arm. Jeffri Chadiha recounts some memorable moments of athletes ignoring injuries.
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Don’t Grow Attached to the NFL’s New PAT RuleMay 20When the time came at the league meetings in San Francisco to discuss changing the extra point, there wasn’t much debate. Insiders say the discussion lasted less than a half hour. In the end the owners were ready for a change in the way the NFL treats t…
Fixing the Most Boring Play in All of SportsMay 19In 1912, eight years before the birth of the professional football association now known as the National Football League, the system of scoring that would serve the pro game was adopted. The touchdown was changed from five to six points, a two-point saf…