8-22-10: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings

Not as many links as I was hoping to get, but here you go anyway.

Going down the hill
And then it was over.

Camp Comes To A Close
Cardinals, as usual, ready to end time in Flagstaff

Four NFC West pass-rushers to watch - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Cody Brown, Arizona Cardinals. The 2009 second-round choice missed his rookie season after suffering a serious wrist injury. He is basically a rookie all over again, and it has shown. The only time I noticed Brown during camp practices was when tight end Steven Spach roughed him up and linebacker Joey Porter implored him to fight back. Brown will need some time to get comfortable in game situations. It's a bonus for Arizona if he emerges over the next few exhibitions.

Wolf's Copious Thoughts - 8/21
Wolf observed the Cardinals last practice in Flagstaff for training camp. He talked about the QB position and what he saw over the last three weeks.

Cardinals training camp in Flagstaff ends on positive note
Training camp officially came to a close here Saturday morning when rookie quarterback Max Hall hit tight end Stephen Spach in the end zone for a touchdown, prompting cheers from one last large crowd.

Training Camp 2010 Wrap Up

Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie bring out best in each other
There's respect, and then there's the kind of mutual admiration and communal honor shared by Cardinals teammates Larry Fitzgerald and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

KTAR.com - Trumaine McBride having impressive camp
When the Cardinals traded away Bryant McFadden during draft weekend, the right cornerback spot was immediately perceived to belong to Greg Toler. And it still might. But so far in here in training camp it's been four-year veteran Trumaine McBride whose been seeing the bulk of time opposite Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie with the first team defense.

KTAR.com - Whisenhunt talks about the end of camp
Whisenhunt said he feels a lot better about two of the bigger position battles after three weeks of camp: inside linebacker and right cornerback.

Tennessee Titans' Vince Young, Arizona Cardinals' Matt Leinart wait for NFL success | tennessean.com | The Tennessean
Fresh off their unforgettable duel in the Rose Bowl, quarterbacks Vince Young and Matt Leinart were all the rage leading up to the NFL draft in 2006.

Nothing on line this time as Young, Leinart meet - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
At least this time, Matt Leinart knows he'll be starting for Arizona against Vince Young's Tennessee Titans.

Out of nowhere
Each year in training camp, there are some players who come out of nowhere to impress their coaches. Some of them are drafted players, but there are usually some undrafted free agents who wind up shocking the NFL world.

Abdullah brothers balance faith, football, and fasting - Shutdown Corner - NFL  - Yahoo! Sports
Each year, hundreds of players like Hamza and Husain fight all the way through training camps, but the Abdullah brothers arm themselves for those battles in a different way - through most of camps, their Muslim faith prevents them from taking any food or water from sunrise to sunset.

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