Time for today's links, including an interesting article about the Seahawks having the Cardinals to thank for acquiring Flynn.
Kevin Kolb vs. John Skelton: Who will win Cardinals' QB job? - NFL.com
The Kevin Kolb-John Skelton QB battle is intriguing, as the Cardinals' offense will look different depending on who wins. Bucky Brooks studies both signal callers and picks who he'd want under center.
Word From the Birds Blog | Sending Washington after the quarterback
Profootballtalk shows that Daryl Washington was the best ILB to attack the QB in a 3-4 Defense.
Mailbag: Seahawks thanking Cardinals? - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Brandon from Winston-Salem, N.C., thinks the Arizona Cardinals affected the Seattle Seahawks' quarterback situation more than some might realize.
Arizona Sports News:
Coyotes Re-Sign Miele to One-Year Contract - Phoenix Coyotes - News
The Coyotes on Friday re-signed forward Andy Miele to a one-year contract.
Arizona Diamondbacks at Milwaukee Brewers - June 29, 2012 | MLB.com Preview
Kennedy seeks payback against Milwaukee
DRAFT MARKS END OF THE BEGINNING FOR MARSHALL | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE PHOENIX SUNS
The Phoenix suns selection of Kendall Marshall.
Donovan McNabb is sure he'll be on a roster in 2012 - NFL.com
Donovan McNabb has a 6-13 record as a starter over the past two seasons. Nevertheless, the six-time Pro Bowl QB says he's "80 to 90 percent" sure he'll be on an NFL roster in 2012.
Cedric Benson reportedly targeted by Oakland Raiders - NFL.com
The Bengals cut Cedric Benson loose and while he still hasn't found a place to call home it appears the Raiders might have an interest in adding a veteran RB behind Darren McFadden.
Memo a sign of progress for NFL moving back to L.A. - NFL.com
The NFL's return to Los Angeles looks more like a matter of time after Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday sent a memo detailing conditions for the move.
Trent Richardson: Jim Brown is just pushing me - NFL.com
Cleveland legend Jim Brown called Trent Richardson an "ordinary" RB. Instead of shrinking under the weight of the Hall of Famer's comments, the Browns rookie is using them as motivation.
Fred Davis represents himself in outrageous court case - NFL.com
The Redskins tight end Fred Davis is representing himself in a bizarre civil suit over spilled juice at a D.C. nightclub.