In today's collection of links around the Web, we learn about more of Patrick Peterson's confidence. PFF has a couple of Pro Bowlers for the Cardinals and almost another one, Reggie Walker getting more playing time. In the league news, Mark Sanchez could be a possible quarterback option (I know, he is not a good option).
Read the ones that look good!
Versatile David Carter Helps Cards
Notebook: Walker gets more snaps; Lindley isn't looking over shoulder
Safety trying to focus on end of season, not end of career
After watching every player on every play of every game, the PFF Team puts forth their official NFC Pro Bowl squad.
The Cardinals will miss the playoffs for the third consecutive season, so 2012 has not been a year of growth for the franchise. But it has for some of the team’s more talented young players, who gradually have begun to take over a leadership role.
We're going to have a non-quarterback item on the NFC West blog at some point, I promise. It's just tough to say when.
Cardinals hope home schedule ends on a high note - ArizonaSports.com
"Well, I mean I think where we are in this season, it's very important," he said. "You know I think we did a good job last week of getting back to playing the type of football we needed to against a good team and we gotta do that this week."
Chicago Bears prepare to face 'really good' Arizona defense - ArizonaSports.com
Opponents tend to focus on one thing when it comes to the 2012 Arizona Cardinals. The defense.
With the playoffs coming, almost all these games mean something.
Jets exploring Mark Sanchez trade, signing Vick, per report - SBNation.com
The Jets have apparently run out of patience with Mark Sanchez, and will attempt to trade the quarterback in the offseason. If he's released by the Eagles, Michael Vick may be targeted as a replacement.
Michael Vick plans to play four more years, compete for starting job in 2013 - SBNation.com
With Nick Foles as the apparent future in Philadelphia, where does that leave Vick? We break down the fantasy implications.
NFL argues concussion lawsuit belongs in arbitration, not federal court - SBNation.com
Will players suing the NFL over the long-term effects of concussions have their day in court?
Dispatches from Newtown: how a sports complex offered a reprieve for a day - SBNation.com
Amy K. Nelson found a place in Newtown, Connecticut where kids could be kids for a day: the local sports complex.
The "First Take" host apologized on Wednesday for his racially charged remarks about RGIII. A decision from ESPN has not been announced.
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