7-29-12 Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings:The End Of Training Camp Week 1

Jul. 28, 2012; Flagstaff, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb (4) calls a play during training camp practice on the campus of Northern Arizona University. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE

The Cardinals had their yearly camp scrimmage for the fans and the offense was not impressive. Here are today's Cardinals links from around the Web and other NFL news.

Arizona Cardinals news:

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!

Camp Unfiltered: Trench Battles

This O-Line looked bad at times.

azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers - No surprises emerge from Saturday's practice

In Saturday's Red And White practice, the Cardinals defense played like a group that's been together for a year. The offense played like a group that is unsettled at quarterback and is still working to fit pieces together.

After 7-2 finish in 2011, Arizona Cardinals defense thinking big

FLAGSTAFF -- Ask Cardinals defensive players and coaches to pinpoint the game, the week or the moment that last season turned for them, and you receive a variety of answers.

Defense dominates Cardinals scrimmage - ArizonaSports.com

A record 14,500 fans made their way to Flagstaff to soak in the Arizona Cardinals annual Red and White Practice, presumably to see for themselves if Kevin Kolb or John Skelton had the upper hand in the well-publicized starting quarterback competition.

Ryan Williams shines, gives glimpses of what could be - ArizonaSports.com

It seems as though with every carry Ryan Williams gets, the closer and closer he looks to being the player the Cardinals were so excited about this time one year ago.

NFL News:

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."

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.

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."

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."

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.

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.

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