7-30-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: Presidential Question

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

Good morning all! Today we take a look at some tweets from the Red & White Practice, a nice little video looking at the first week of practice, and the non-surprising fact, that A-Dub is 2% body fat, and oh yeah Bill Clinton checked in with Larry to talk QB's.

Arizona Cardinals News:

Chatter About #CardsCamp
Tweets from the Red&White Scrimmage

Cards Mashup: Best of Training Camp
Traning Camp mashup

Word From the Birds Blog | Watching A-Dub, Toler’s body of work
Fun Fact: A-Dub is 2% body fat.

Bill Clinton talks Cardinals QBs with Larry Fitzgerald - NFL.com
Halfway around the world in Africa, former U.S. President Bill Clinton made a point to check in with Larry Fitzgerald about the Arizona Cardinals' quarterback competition.

Ronald Talley, Arizona Cardinals DE, accused of bar attack - NFL.com
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Ronald Talley is accused in a civil suit of smashing a champagne bottle on the head of a man at a suburban Detroit bar.

NFL Videos: Hall of Fame Game preview
With the Hall of Fame Game now only a week away, Lindsay Rhodes, Tom Waddle and Heath Evans take a look at all the storylines leading up to the Arizona Cardinals-New Orleans Saints matchup.

NFL News:

Mike Holmgren's Cleveland Browns future unclear - NFL.com
The Cleveland Browns could be in for an ownership change in the near future. Gregg Rosenthal writes that Mike Holmgren should be uneasy if such a move takes place.

Todd Haley sends Pittsburgh Steelers a message - NFL.com
Todd Haley isn't shy about making an impression with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the latest edition of Training Camp Buzz, Gregg Rosenthal writes that the offensive coordinator is putting his imprint on the team.

Doug Martin leads Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB derby - NFL.com
Although it's thought that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back job is LeGarrette Blount's to lose, rookie Doug Martin appears to have the inside track, according to training camp observers.

Jerry Jones: Dez Bryant arrest 'very serious' for Cowboys - NFL.com
Jerry Jones hasn't decided whether the Dallas Cowboys will punish Dez Bryant for his July 14 arrest on for allegedly assaulting his mother during an argument, but Jones said the wide receiver's incident was "very serious."

Tim Tebow ribbed by Jets teammate Bart Scott over shirtless run - NFL.com
New York Jets LB Bart Scott couldn't help himself. He had to give QB Tim Tebow grief for jogging without a shirt in the rain. "Maybe it was holy water, I don't know," Scott said.

Chris Long, St. Louis Rams reach four-year contract extension - NFL.com
The St. Louis Rams and DE Chris Long agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension, according to NFL Network contributor and Fox Sports Insider Jay Glazer.

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