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Kurt Warner: Arizona Cardinals need star players at all positionsUpdated Jul 31 Share Tweet
Kurt Warner donned shades behind the bright lights of the NFL Network cameras Tuesday at University of Phoenix Stadium to joke around with fellow analyst Deion Sanders, who was at camp with the Atlanta Falcons. Then Warner got down to business, talking …
Share TweetO'Brien Schofield made his Seattle Seahawks practice debut this week after the team claimed him off waivers from the NFC West-rival Arizona Cardinals. There were three potential winners in this arrangement: Seattle, Arizona and even Schofield. A quick l…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetAround the NFC West: July 31, 2013 GLENDALE, Ariz. -- It's been a great three days at Arizona Cardinals training camp and I'm very much looking forward to writing the "Camp Confidential" piece, set to run later in the week. First, I've got a d…Source: ESPN.com
Report: Early Doucet works out for SeahawksUpdated Jul 31 Share TweetThe Dolphins signed Julius Pruitt after working out several wide receivers on Tuesday, but the group of players vying for the job wasn’t as big as it could have been. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the team also wanted to bring former Ca…Source: profootballtalk.com
Running backs find that they have a short shelf life in NFLUpdated Jul 31 Share TweetWhen running backs enter the NFL, it's as if they are stamped with a "use by date" that gives them the shelf life of yogurt. Teams are always looking for younger, healthier and cheaper options. And they don't have trouble finding them.
Injuries hitting Arizona Cardinals tight ends hardUpdated Jul 31 Share TweetCardinals coach Bruce Arians loves to get the tight ends involved heavily in his pass-happy offense, which is why it pains him to see nearly half of them missing practices in training camp. Three tight ends are nursing injuries: Jeff King (fluid on the …
Iraq War veteran now rookie Arizona Cardinals cheerleaderJul 31On the surface, Arizona Cardinals cheerleader Megan may just seem like your ordinary rookie cheerleader, but when she's not leading cheers, she's leading 150 soldiers as a company commander for the U.S. Army. This is her extraordinary story.
The Newness of it AllJul 31The Newness of it All
Don Banks: Brian Orakpo's recovery overshadowed but no less crucial for Re…Jul 31RICHMOND, Va. -- Brian Orakpo is playfully aware that his is not really the comeback of note in Washington this season. With all eyes fixated on every increment of the starting quarterback's recovery from major knee surgery, Orakpo's own rehabilitation …
Meet the Thrill-a-Minute BillsJul 31PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Twice on Monday at Bills camp, E.J. Manuel dropped back and launched deep, soft throws high in the air. Twice they nestled easily into receivers’ hands, including a 53-yard strike to fellow rookie Da’Rick Rogers. Beautiful throws. Just…
Peyton and Brady Team Up ... On the Links?Jul 31Peyton and Brady Team Up ... On the Links?