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azcentral.com Updated Aug 3, 2013
Refreshing. Challenging. Exciting. Those are the three words, in order, that Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer used to describe the complicated offense that has been drawn up by first-year head coach Bruce Arians.Share Tweet
nytimes.com Aug 3, 2013The former coach Bill Parcells, who was inducted with six others, asked to have his bust placed near Lawrence Taylor’s “so I can keep an eye on that sucker.”Share Tweet
Time to put the N-word out of bounds for everyoneazcentral.com Aug 3, 2013Two of the most powerful words in the English language begin with the letter, 'N.' One is No. The other does not warrant an introduction.Share Tweet
Bruce Arians: Ryan Williams could be back next weekprofootballtalk.com Aug 3, 2013Cardinals running back Ryan Williams could be ready to return next week from a right knee injury, head coach Bruce Arians said Saturday, according to multiple media outlets. According to Darren Urban of AzCardinals.com, Arians indicated he hopes William…Share Tweetyahoo.com Aug 3, 2013Patrick Peterson is one of the best athletes in the NFL, and the Arizona Cardinals apparently realize they shouldn't limit him to cornerback. The Cardinals are apparently serious about giving Peterson a significant look at wide receiver this year. Arian…Share Tweet
Cardinals cheerleader arrested after fight with boyfriendprofootballtalk.com Aug 3, 2013The “days without an arrest” meter had been creeping toward the all-time record of 34. And with players in camp, the likelihood of an off-field incident was reduced. But every NFL employee falls under the umbrella, including cheerleaders. According to W…Share Tweetazcentral.com Aug 3, 2013Nose tackle Dan Williams' "Pro Bowl"-caliber preseason performance suffered a setback on Thursday -- but not an ending, and for that, the Cardinals are thankful. Williams suffered a sprained knee and ankle, but an MRI revealed no damage that r…Share Tweet
HOF M&M: The Pro Football Hall of Fame's next generationAug 3Marshall Faulk and Michael Irvin are back with a special edition of M&M, to debate which current players have already put together Hall-of-Fame-worthy careers.