Caption this Pic: Arizona Cardinals (Training Camp 2009) Style


First, congratulations to last weeks winner, Jeff Gollin who took home the invisible trophy with seven votes/recs. It was a tight race this week though with three people receiving at least five votes. In the end though, who would have thought that it was Dockett who removed the tumor from Iwebema.

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We wanted to push back this week's contest until today so that we could use pictures from this morning's practice and the pictures didn't disappoint. To see a full gallery of this mornings pictures, just click on Fitz and check them out. As we said last week, if you're new this site and/or game, first of all shame on you, but welcome nonetheless. Secondly the rules are simple and the more active everyone is in creating your option caption and voting for your favorite, or favorites, the more fun it is for everyone. We've been getting more and more active, especially with the voting, as the week's go by so let's set a new record this week. As always, the winner will receive bragging rights about all things Cardinals until the next 'caption this pic' contest. Instructions for recommending are after the jump. Enjoy.

To recommend a comment, all  you have to do is click on the link that says "actions" under a comment and then "recommend." Got it?

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