9-12-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: Cards Workout A Player

GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 09: Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald #11 of the Arizona Cardinals runs with the football after a reception against linebacker K.J. Wright #50 and linebacker Leroy Hill #56 of the Seattle Seahawks during the fourth quarter of the season opener at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 9, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. The Carindals defeated the Seahawks 20-16. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)


I apologize for not putting anything up yesterday. Incredibly sad day for the nation. Anyways, lets get things back up and running.

Arizona Cardinals News:

Word From the Birds Blog | No-huddle makes sense, but not all the time
Kevin Kolb likes working in the no-huddle offense. He’s done it his whole life, working in up-tempo schemes in both high school and at the University of Houston. It made sense that it clicked for him against Seattle Sunday during his game-winning drive. But even Kolb understands and believes it can’t be an option 100 percent of the time.

Word From the Birds Blog | Some quick notes on a Tuesday afternoon
As mentioned by USA Today’s Mike Garafolo, the Cardinals worked out veteran defensive end/outside linebacker Andre Carter today. Carter had 10 sacks for the Patriots last year but had his season end prematurely after he tore his quadriceps. Not sure if anything is imminent. The Cards aren’t the first team Carter has worked out for, so we’ll see if anything comes of it.

A Glimpse Inside Paris Lenon
They’ve all seen his hulking exterior walking around the locker room with the rippling muscles stacked upon rippling muscles and the shine of his freshly shaven head propped up by his burly traps. They’ve seen the brutal punishments his 237-pound frame can unload on a helpless ball carrier. They’ve seen it help Lenon blossom into a two-time captain for the Cardinals.

NFL News:

NFL Power Rankings, Week 2: Robert Griffin III-led Redskins rise - NFL.com
Following a stunning road win over the New Orleans Saints, Robert Griffin III and his Washington Redskins shoot up Elliot Harrison's Power Rankings. Also, there's a brand new team at No. 1.

President Obama talks Bears, Dolphins in interview - NFL.com
Barack Obama is busy trying to get himself re-elected this fall, but he hasn't lost touch with his Chicago Bears. The President praised his favorite team and tweaked the Dolphins in a Miami radio interview.

Jay Cutler tells Green Bay Packers DBs: 'Good luck' - NFL.com
Jay Cutler has new wide receivers and a new-found level of confidence with a big divisional showdown against the Green Bay Packers on tap. He isn't short of confidence two days before the game.

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