Time for some links, including more on Peyton Manning, and something about the possibility of Hue Jackson being the QB coach.
Arizona Cardinals again connected to QB Peyton Manning
In other news, the Cardinals again were connected to Colts quarterback Peyton Manning. This time, it was ESPN's Adam Schefter, who reported the Cardinals are among the teams expected to show interest if the Colts release Manning. Charlie Casserly of CBS said the same thing a few weeks ago. I have no doubt the Cardinals would be interested in Manning, as would numerous other teams. But former Cardinals guard Alan Faneca said it best this morning via twitter: "Alert to all reporters: the entire NFL, minus the obvious few, will go after Peyton if the Colts dump him." Many things have to happen before Manning could wind up in a Cardinals uniform. Here are a few:
Cardinals search for QB coach could lead to Jackson - ArizonaSports.com
The Cardinals relieved QB coach Chris Miller of his duties a couple weeks ago, and while there appears to be no favorite to replace him, some big-time names have popped up as candidates.
ESPN insider: Cardinals in Manning mix - ArizonaSports.com
Rumors about Peyton Manning wearing Cardinal red next season are not going away.
Warner: Cardinals would have to adjust to Peyton Manning - ArizonaSports.com
A healthy Peyton Manning is better than any quarterback currently on the Arizona Cardinals' roster. Manning, who continues to be linked to Arizona should the Colts release him, would bring 54,828 yards passing, 399 touchdowns, a Super Bowl ring and a laser, rocket arm with him to the desert. According to former Cards QB and current NFL Network Analyst Kurt Warner, though, that's not all he'd come with.
Warner: Why Haley and Cards weren't a match - ArizonaSports.com
Now that it appears Todd Haley will not be coming home again, former Arizona Cardinals' quarterback Kurt Warner weighs in on what went wrong.
Word From the Birds Blog - Campbell’s potential game of tag
Defensive end Calais Campbell has not gotten a new contract yet. I’m guessing everyone realizes that, since it’d be big homepage news if he had and it clearly has not been news yet. The waiting game continues.
azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers - Searching for an assistant
Jerry Sullivan, a veteran receivers coach in the NFL, apparently was one of the candidates interviewed last week by coach Ken Whisenhunt. Sullivan, however, subsequently took a job with the Jaguars.
Word From the Birds Blog - Working with Wilson and his traps
You’d think at some point Adrian Wilson would have earned his way into ESPN The Magazine’s "Body Issue" but alas, the safety has not. But that didn’t stop E.T.M. from flying the Cards’ Pro Bowl safety out last week to put together a photo shoot and this video about A-Dub’s workouts, philosophy and unreal traps. (I mean, seriously, his trapezius muscles almost don’t look real).
Arizona Cardinals 2012 mock draft, free agency
What 12 News' Bruce Cooper would do in free agency, the NFL Draft if he were the Arizona Cardinals' GM.
Top Offensive "Wow" Moments 2011
Watch the video and cast your vote for the top offensive "wow" moment of 2011 by using the fan poll on the AZCardinals.com homepage.
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Shawn Marion leads Dallas Mavericks over Phoenix Suns
The Suns looked like they would have a chance at escaping the likelihood of a scheduling loss Monday night. The schedule said the Suns were doomed when they had to face the defending champion Dallas Mavericks after four other road games and 5,000 miles of traveling. Wishful thinking took over when the Suns got two days off before the game and learned that Dallas was holding out Dirk Nowitzki. Wishful thinking is no elixir for the Suns' offensive issues. The Suns shot a season-worst 37.3 percent from the field and committed 19 turnovers to let former Suns forward Shawn Marion's season-high 29 points undo them in a 93-87 Dallas victory Monday night at American Airlines Center.
Super Bowl XLVI Talking Points: New York, New England, And One Giant Rematch - SBNation.com
The Patriots prevailed over Baltimore, the Giants survived in San Francisco, and the stage is set for a Super Bowl rematch. Let's relive Sunday's championships, and take a look at what to expect next.
Terrell Suggs To Skip Bayless: 'Be An Analyst, Don't Be A Douchebag' - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
The Ravens may have lost on Sunday, but for a day at least, I think we can all agree to call Terrell Suggs champion of the universe. After Skip Bayless tries to trap Suggs into blaming the officials for the way things went in the final minutes at Foxboro, Suggs sets the record straight on national television.
Kyle Williams played with a shoulder injury | ProFootballTalk
Between his two costly fumbles and death threats from deranged fans, 49ers punt returner Kyle Williams had a rough Sunday night.
Giants Players Admit Targeting Kyle Williams Because Of Past Concussions - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
49ers punt returner Kyle Williams, the object of scorn (and threats) from fans angry with his fumble in overtime that handed the NFC Championship to the Giants, may have an excuse.
Terrell Suggs and Chris Kluwe rip ESPN’s Skip Bayless | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Sunday night, after Billy Cundiff missed a field goal that would have given the Baltimore Ravens a chance to make the Super Bowl, ESPN's Skip Bayless tweeted that field goal kicking should be banned because of Cundiff's missed kick.