With word coming yesterday that Veteran utility lineman Jeremy Bridges had torn ligaments in his thumb which would in turn require season ending surgery, the Cardinals porous offensive line was exposed again... For the lack of backups to a backup. Oh, and more cheerful notes, take a look.
Word From the Birds Blog | Bridges says he’s headed to IR
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: The Cardinals apparently have lost a potential offensive tackle to a season-ending injury.
Word From the Birds Blog | Haggans to Niners, and other comings and goings
I don’t expect any official word about who the Cards are adding to the roster until tomorrow — including practice squad — but because of the wonderful world of social media and the internet, news has leaked out about a handful of people.
Here's a reason to be grateful for Kevin Kolb
Here's a reason to be grateful for Kevin Kolb, Fitzgerald, who wanted to see offensive upgrades from the team before signing that deal, had a practice session with Kolb long before the trade and is believed to have voiced strong support for the player when the team was exploring quarterback options.
Depth gone as Cardinals lose another OT - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
Personnel evaluators would not rank Levi Brown or Jeremy Bridges among the NFL's dominant tackles.
Plaxico Burress still believes a team will sign him - NFL.com
Plaxico Burress has dealt with worse things in his life. That an NFL team hasn't given him a job this summer is small potatoes. Burress believes he can still contribute if given the opportunity.
Bart Scott ready to 'ball out' for New York Jets in 2012 - NFL.com
Bart Scott wasn't the same player last season, and he knew it. The New York Jets linebacker changed his offseason and approach and now predicts big things in 2012
Did Rex Ryan tweak GM Mike Tannenbaum about Jets? - NFL.com
If you care to read into recent comments made by Rex Ryan, you'd think the New York Jets coach isn't exactly thrilled with the decisions being made by general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
Maurice Jones-Drew ready to move past Jags holdout - NFL.com
Maurice Jones-Drew had a lot to get off his chest after ending his 38-day holdout on Sunday. The Jaguars running back said his long absence was a business move rooted in personal principle.