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Questions remain as Arizona Cardinals exit Flagstaff, return to Tempe
Questions remain as Arizona Cardinals exit Flagstaff, return to Tempe, A starting quarterback hasn't been named. The injury to Levi Brown has left a hole at left tackle. Questions remain about the top two running backs, and the defense isn't playing at the level it did when the 2011 season ended. Clearly, the heat won't be the Arizona Cardinals' only concern when they return to practice in Tempe.
Arizona Cardinals looking to fill big hole after Levi Brown hurt - BostonHerald.com
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals have a big void to fill, in more ways than one, with the loss of Levi Brown to an injury that almost certainly will sideline the starting left tackle for the season. D.J. Young, a second-year pro who spent most of last season on the Arizona practice...
NFL Preseason Preview - Arizona (1-2) at Tennessee (1-1) (ET) - Football Wires - MiamiHerald.com
The Tennessee Titans have resolved a cloudy situation at quarterback entering their most important game of the preseason, while the Arizona Cardinals' scenario at the position appears to be coming into focus as they pay a visit to LP Field for Thursday's battle between the two teams.
Maurice Jones-Drew's possible trade landing spots - NFL.com
Maurice Jones-Drew probably won't be traded, even if he wants to be. But if the Jaguars did honor his request, where could the rushing champ land? Dan Hanzus sorts through the depth charts.
Ryan Tannehill in spotlight as 'Hard Knocks' rolls on - NFL.com
Life is good for Ryan Tannehill, husband of Lauren, starting QB for the Miami Dolphins, headliner of "Hard Knocks." Dan Hanzus is back to break down Episode 3 of the popular HBO series.
Camp Buzz: Position battle update 2.0 - NFL.com
With training camp winding down, Gregg Rosenthal looks around the NFL at all the camp battles we wrote about in July. Has a rookie wideout emerged as an impact player for the Chicago Bears?
All 32 NFL teams have reasons for optimism - NFL.com
After nearly a month of training camp, every team is starting to learn its strengths and weaknesses. Gregg Rosenthal looked for the pleasant surprises for all 32 teams.