GLENDALE AZ - DECEMBER 05: Quarterback John Skelton #19 of the Arizona Cardinals talks with Derek Anderson #3 on the sidelines during the NFL game against the St. Louis Rams at the University of Phoenix Stadium on December 5 2010 in Glendale Arizona. The Rams defeated the Cardinals 19-6. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
We're a week away from the Cardinals kicking off the 2012 season against the Seahawks. Until then we have a Wednesday night game, and you guys have me... What more could you ask for? Here's your links to kickoff your Sunday.
Arizona Cardinals arrive at 53 | ProFootballTalk
The Arizona Cardinals have their Week One starting quarterback, and they also have a pared down roster. Coach Ken Whisenhunt's team arrived at 53 players on Friday evening, with about an hour left before the cut-down deadline.
Whisenhunt: If John Skelton doesn’t get job done, we’ll replace him | ProFootballTalk
The Cardinals finally chose their starting quarterback on Friday, but John Skelton isn't getting all that long a leash in Arizona.
A.J. Jefferson traded by Cardinals to Vikings - NFL.com
The Minnesota Vikings have added depth to their secondary by sending draft picks to the Arizona Cardinals in return for cornerback A.J. Jefferson.
Tom Heckert comfortable with Colt McCoy as backup - NFL.com
The day after the Cleveland Browns decided to keep Colt McCoy over Seneca Wallace, general manager Tom Heckert said he plans on keeping McCoy, the team's former starter, in the fold.
Kellen Winslow released by Seattle Seahawks - NFL.com
Kellen Winslow's time with the Seattle Seahawks was short. He arrived in May and was gone by September. Although not the player he was before, expect him to land on a roster in 2012.
Sam Bradford's lone backup is undrafted Austin Davis - NFL.com
For the St. Louis Rams, the only man standing between Sam Bradford and the abyss is undrafted rookie quarterback Austin Davis. We don't expect it to stay that way.
New England Patriots release veteran Bobby Carpenter - NFL.com
Hours after the Patriots acquired Greg Salas from the St. Louis Rams, New England made room for their new receiver by cutting linebacker Bobby Carpenter.
New England Patriots trade for Greg Salas from Rams - NFL.com
The New England Patriots looked a little thin at wide receiver entering Saturday. They are thin no more after striking a deal with the St. Louis Rams for wide receiver Greg Salas.