Aug. 17, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals running back (34) Ryan Williams runs the ball as Oakland Raiders linebacker (56) Miles Burris tackles him during a preseason game at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
Arizona Cardinals News:
After seven long agonizing months, Football has returned. In only a few hours we'll have the early games kicked off, followed by our Cardinals going against the Seahawks. So lets get one last round of links in, before we get the NFL Season started.
Seahawks To See Progressing Cards
When Skelton returns to the field Sunday against those same Seahawks, he’ll be the Cardinals’ starter, the product of an intense offseason quarterback competition that lasted all five preseason games.
Daryl Washington, Cardinals strike six-year contract - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals like the production Daryl Washington provides on defense so much they've brokered a new deal with the linebacker to keep him under contract through the 2017 season.
Wishing Tulane safety Devon Walker the best - NFL.com
Tulane senior safety Devon Walker fractured his spine during the team's game against Tulsa Saturday. We wish him the very best in the difficult days ahead.
Browns scrap plans to honor Modell at behest of family - NFL.com
At the request of Art Modell's family, who feared a negative response from fans, the Cleveland Browns will not provide a pregame recognition on the passing of the vilified former owner Sunday.
Roy Williams, ex-Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, retires - NFL.com
Roy Williams has said that he will retire from profession football. The wide receiver played for the Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears.
Trent Richardson to start for Browns; Scott Fujita unlikely to play - NFL.com
Running back Trent Richardson will start the Cleveland Browns' regular-season opener Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, team sources confirmed
NFL Videos: Playbook: Seahawks vs. Cardinals
Brian Baldinger and Sterling Sharpe describe how Seattle Seahawks rookie QB Russell Wilson can put points on the board and Donovan McNabb explains how Seattle's defense will make plays against the Arizona Cardinals offense.