Not much to report from yesterday besides the Diamondbacks still being capable of insane comebacks.
There is some news of players who the Cardinals will visit with before the Draft though.
Top-ten buzz builds as Floyd lines up several pre-draft visits | ProFootballTalk
Most observers expected Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd to be drafted in the late teens to early 20s when the college season ended. But the latest pre-draft buzz on Floyd indicates he may go as early as the top ten. And a host of teams picking early want one-on-one time with Floyd before the draft. Appearing on Sirius NFL Radio with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt on Sunday, Floyd revealed that he’s already visited the Browns and Panthers. He worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles this past week, and will visit the Titans, Rams, Bengals, and Jets during the coming week. The Cardinals, Dolphins, 49ers, and Vikings will host Floyd the following week.
Small schooler Greenwood attracts plenty of pre-draft interest | ProFootballTalk
Albion College in Michigan hasn’t had a prospect drafted into the NFL since 1967, when the New Orleans Saints selected someone named Barry Siler in the eighth round. The 44-year drought may end this year. After a dominant career at Albion, cornerback Chris Greenwood is generating significant interest as a potential mid- to late-round pick. Per the PFT Visits and Workouts Tracker, Greenwood has pre-draft visits with the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Tennessee Titans. Greenwood also has private workouts with the Cowboys and Miami Dolphins.
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Arizona Diamondbacks rally, finish sweep of San Francisco Giants
Last season, on their way to the National League West title, the Diamondbacks put together an astounding 48 come-from-behind wins. They showed Sunday that they did not forget how it's done. The Diamondbacks, who trailed 6-0 after three innings against Matt Cain, stormed back to score a 7-6 victory over the San Francisco Giants at Chase Field in front of 24,193. The win completed a season-opening sweep of their NL West rivals.
Warren Sapp May Be Done At NFL Network - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
A couple of days ago we learned that Warren Sapp is bankrupt, despite the fact that he reportedly pulls in $540,000 a year from the NFL Network. Upon closer examination, though, he may need to update his résumé.
Tim Tebow Gives Central Texas Easter Service 'Rock-Concert' Feel - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
Thousands of Evangelical Christians made their way to Georgetown, Texas on Sunday morning for a service known as "Easter On The Hill." Many of them came in shuttle buses from local shopping malls to hear the guest speaker, Tim Tebow, talk about Christian stuff.
Broncos could be eyeballing Osweiler as Peyton successor | ProFootballTalk
On Saturday, Broncos V.P. of football operations John Elway, Broncos coach John Fox, Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, Broncos quarterbacks coach Adam Gase, and Broncos General Manager Brian Xanders made the trek to Tempe, Arizona to conduct a private workout with former Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.