7-24-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: BACK TO FOOTBALL!!!!!!!

DETROIT, MI - DECEMBER 11: Alphonso Smith #27 of the Detroit Lions celebrates a touchdown after a second quarter interception while playing the the Minnesota Vikings with Chris Harris #43 and Aaron Berry #32 at Ford Field on December 11, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Finally! We're back to some sense of normalcy. No more sitting back with no Football to hear about!

Arizona Cardinals News:

Whisenhunt isn’t thinking about the heat of his seat | ProFootballTalk
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt made a significant gamble last year, trading a second-round pick and a player who'd been selected with a first-round choice to the Eagles for quarterback Kevin Kolb. To date, the move has been a bust.

Kevin Kolb needs big Cardinals season to keep contract - NFL.com
Kevin Kolb is in the midst of a five-year, 62.1 million contract with the Arizona Cardinals. However, Brian McIntyre explains that if the QB doesn't live up to expectations, his deal could be in jeopardy.

Time For Cardinals To Go Camping
Ken Whisenhunt knows when his players can practice when they head up to Flagstaff for training camp Tuesday.

Arizona Sports News:

Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks - Recap - July 23, 2012 - ESPN
MLB Baseball Recap: Final statistics from the Colorado vs. Arizona game played on July 23, 2012

P.J. Tucker returns to NBA, Phoenix Suns after long wait
P.J. Tucker returns to NBA, Phoenix Suns after long wait, The time and experiences gave P.J. Tucker a greater maturity that led to a return to the NBA with the Suns, who will sign the burly, versatile forward to a two-year contract with partial guarantees on the first year.

NFL News:

Earl Bennett in for battle with Chicago Bears receivers - NFL.com
The Chicago Bears know that Brandon Marshall will be an opening day starter at receiver. But who will join him in the lineup? Earl Bennett faces stiff competition in Devin Hester and Alshon Jeffery.

Dion Lewis won't be charged in fire-alarm incident - NFL.com
Philadelphia Eagles running back Dion Lewis might have committed the tamest offense of the summer and will face no consequences as a result.

LaRon Landry on Jets' PUP list for training camp start - NFL.com
LaRon Landry was a gamble for the New York Jets. The safety has had a question mark by his name, and will be grounded with an injury for the time being.

Aaron Berry: I'm embarrassed by my current situation - NFL.com
Aaron Berry, arrested for a second time this offseason over the weekend, released a statement expressing how sorry he was for his recent actions.

Trent Richardson, Cleveland Browns agree to contract terms - NFL.com
Trent Richardson and the Cleveland Browns have agreed to a four-year, $20.4 million contract (fully guaranteed) with a $13.6 million signing bonus, NFL.com and NFL Network's Albert Breer and Ian Rapoport reported Monday, each citing a source with knowledge of the situation.

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