SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 20: Adam Snyder #68 and Anthony Davis #76 lift Kyle Williams #10 of the San Francisco 49ers in the air after Williams scored a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals at Candlestick Park on November 20, 2011 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Another round of links. Starting this Sunday I will be heading out of town to take care of a few things, so one of my fellow writers will be commandeering these posts until I return. Anywho, lets take a look at some FOOTBALL.
Camp Unfiltered: Trench Battles
This O-Line looked bad at times.
Word From the Birds Blog | The work at the end of the week
Great plays on both sides of the ball. Boosts my excitement for this season!
Word From the Birds Blog | Ryan Williams to rest, and some other notes
Ryan Williams was rested as part of his rehab, after he has done well thus far in Training Camp.
Fitzgerald and Cardinals' big-play ability - NFC West Blog - ESPN
But in a rankings package ESPN Stats & Information distributed recently, Fitzgerald showed up with Wallace, Jackson and Lloyd as the only NFL players with more than 25 receptions covering 25-plus yards over the past two seasons.
Cards lineman: Whoever starts, we benefit - ArizonaSports.com
Offensive lineman Daryn Colledge joined Arizona Sports 620's Burns and Gambo to give his thoughts on the quarterback battle, saying that regardless of who starts, having both players on the team is a huge benefit.
Dockett, Snyder former rivals on same side - ArizonaSports.com
When the Arizona Cardinals signed free agent guard Adam Snyder, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers, that's exactly what defensive end Darnell Dockett had to be feeling. Dockett and Snyder had been through the rigors of NFC West battles between the two teams -- and now they're on the same side.
Lawsuit claims Cardinals DE Talley beat bar patron - ArizonaSports.com
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Ronald Talley is accused of smashing a champagne bottle on the head of a man at a suburban Detroit bar.
Beanie Wells, Ryan Williams bring thunder and lightning pop to backfield
Beanie Wells, Ryan Williams bring thunder and lightning pop to backfield, It takes a certain amount of imagination or faith to envision just how much of a threat the Cardinals running backs could be this fall.
Dockett Ready To Emerge Again
If it’s possible for a player as loud and brash, for a defensive captain who has tweeted about his pet alligators and has engaged in his share of trash talk, to be under the radar, Darnell Dockett ended up there.
Red White Practice Is Coming
The Cardinals will host the annual Red and White practice at Training Camp 2012 presented by Hyundai on the campus of Northern Arizona University Saturday. With a large crowd expected, the team would like fans to be aware of the following details concerning the event.
Bryant McKinnie reportedly fined $30K by Ravens - NFL.com
Bryant McKinnie reportedly has been fined $30,000 by the Baltimore Ravens for missing the start of training camp, and the offensive tackle's roster spot could also be in jeopardy.
Brian Banks leaves Seahawks tryout without contract - NFL.com
Brian Banks' pursuit of a spot on an NFL roster continues after the linebacker was not extended a contract following a tryout with the Seattle Seahawks.
Sean Payton's picture looms over New Orleans Saints - NFL.com
Sean Payton won't be around the New Orleans Saints in 2012 while serving a season-long suspension, but a giant picture of the coach is a daily reminder to his players to "Do your job."
Mark Sanchez: Jets' offense 'perfect' in first practice - NFL.com
It's only been one day of practice, but Mark Sanchez thinks the New York Jets' offense is already in fine form, calling the unit's play "perfect."
Mike Munchak: Titans' Kenny Britt decision won't be rushed - NFL.com
Kenny Britt's latest run-in with the law could leave him in hot water with the NFL and the Tennessee Titans. Head coach Mike Munchak says the team won't rush a decision on Britt's fate.
Cincinnati Bengals' Marvin Lewis bans Twitter for training camp - NFL.com
Cincinnati Bengals training camp will be a no-tweet zone this season. Head coach Marvin Lewis banned the use of Twitter because he doesn't "see how tweeting is going to help us win a football game."