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Time for some links, and the Cardinals will be going back to work today but Calais Campbell won't be there until he gets a long term deal. Get it done guys.
Word From the Birds Blog | Campbell will wait for now
With many of the Cardinals gearing up for the start of voluntary workouts tomorrow morning, it doesn’t come as a surprise defensive end Calais Campbell will hold off until his contract situation is resolved. Campbell received the franchise tag in early March, one of 21 players across the league to be tagged. Asked if he was planning to come this week, Campbell said in text message "Not until I sign a deal and that hasn’t happened yet so hopefully soon but not yet."
Arizona Sports News:
Chris Young, Trevor Cahill lead Arizona Diamondbacks past Colorado Rockies
As reporters huddled around Diamondbacks' Chris Young on Sunday afternoon, teammate Justin Upton yelled from across the room. "Ask him how his back feels," Upton said. You know, from carrying the team. Young did it again Sunday, homering and driving in three runs as the Diamondbacks avoided a sweep with a 5-2 win over the Colorado Rockies at a cold and rainy Coors Field.
Phoenix Coyotes look to overcome adversity, bounce back in Game 3 vs. Chicago Blackhawks
It just wouldn't be Coyotes hockey without a few doses of adversity. They were jolted in Game 1 of their best-of-seven series against the Blackhawks when their top goal scorer, Radim Vrbata, left the game early after being sent into the boards by rookie center Andrew Shaw. The Coyotes' hopes were buoyed when Vrbata returned for Game 2. Now, more uncertainty awaits them as they head into Chicago for Tuesday's Game 3 with their series tied at one apiece. Questions surround the status of two players crucial to their playoff hopes -- the Coyotes lost center Martin Hanzal in the first period of Game 2 and winger Lauri Korpikoski in the third.
Arizona Rattlers edged by Barnstormers in Iowa
Nick Davila passed for 337 yards and seven touchdowns, but the Rattlers fell 56-54 to the Iowa Barnstormers on Saturday night in Des Moines, Iowa.
Burfict gets the cold shoulder | ProFootballTalk
As the 2012 draft approaches, a player once expected to be a hot commodity has received an increasingly icy reception.
Tannehill, quarterbacks and rolling the dice - NFC West Blog - ESPN
A recent back-and-forth between ESPN's Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. regarding Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill pointed to the educated guesswork that goes into evaluating quarterbacks for the NFL draft. Does anyone really know how these prospects will turn out? The answer is 'no' because many factors beyond a player's talent influence the course of his NFL career. Back to Tannehill.
The Cromartie Bunch: Probably Not Coming To A TV Near You - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
It wouldn't necessarily be news if this was Antonio Cromartie's first or second child, but since his wife just gave birth to the 10th member of the Cromartie clan -- from eight different women -- it's a noteworthy occasion. Cromartie's children are scattered about throughout the country, and the mothers of those children have bonded together, creating a unique family situation.
Warren Sapp Is Bankrupt, Lists Painting Of Naked Woman As Asset - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
There are not a lot of funny things about bankruptcy, no matter who's going through the process. It's embarrassing, especially for a public figure who we know has earned tens of millions of dollars throughout his career. But that's what's happening to Warren Sapp, who filed for bankruptcy to avoid going to jail, he told National Football Post.
Tebow gets booed at Yankees game | ProFootballTalk
While attending a Yankees game on Friday, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said that the "feels bad" for "the Sanchez" because fans will be cheering for backup quarterback Tim Tebow during the first game of the 2012 season. New York fans attending Sunday’s game at Yankees Stadium got a chance to chime in.
Two years later, Tebow’s Senior Bowl week paying off | ProFootballTalk
At the 2010 Senior Bowl, Tim Tebow played on the team coached by then-Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano. Two years later, Tebow says that experience is paying off.
Lee Evans catches on with the Jaguars | ProFootballTalk
Receiver Lee Evans, a former No. 1 wideout in Buffalo who is at least for now best known for failing to make what would have been an AFC title-winning touchdown reception in January, will continue his career in Jacksonville.
The new offseason practice rules feature less practice, more offseason | ProFootballTalk
With more and more teams launching their offseason programs, now is as good a time as any to explain the new offseason rules, courtesy of Article 21 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.