Word From the Birds Blog | For what it's worth in June, offensive edition
OK kids. Here is part two – The Final Chapter — of my starting lineup blog guesses. Today is the offense, after I offered up the defense yesterday. There seems to be less in flux on the offensive side of the ball, so these are my thoughts of who will be on the field when the Cards go against the Rams in St. Louis Sept. 12.
Word From the Birds Blog | Fitz's camp
Calais Campbell was talking about the end of OTAs when he added that he wasn’t talking about the end of work. In fact, Campbell was going to spend some of his down time in Minnesota, where teammate Larry Fitzgerald spends his post-OTA offseason and where Fitz has a burgeoning workout group of NFL players
NFC West Blog - ESPN | Revisiting offseason issues in NFC West
Mike Sando revisits a number of the offseason issues in the NFC West, including mass retirements, quarterback turnover, new stadiums, ownership uncertainty, stability, drama, etc.
NFC West Blog - ESPN | Taking stock from 2009 NFL draft
A look back at the 2009 NFL draft shows seven NFC West choices projected to start this season. The future appears brightest for the Arizona Cardinals' choices, at least in my assessment of the choices' prospects.
azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers | Some competition at camp
Unlike 2009, training camp 2010 should feature some intriguing battles for starting positions. We'll be delving into them throughout the summer but here is an early look at a few of them.
ProFootballWeekly.com | Williams should start on nose for Cardinals
Despite head coach Ken Whisenhunt's tendency to gradually work even first-round draft picks into starting roles, team sources believe 2010 No. 1 pick Dan Williams will have to look "pretty bad" not to win the starting NT job from incumbent Bryan Robinson