The Arizona Cardinals were back at practice on Wednesday. They are a little banged up.
Tightening Up Tight End Coverage
Cardinals trying to make sure Gonzalez isn't latest to cause a problem
Carson Palmer Has Bruce Arians Support
Notebook: Falcons ready to face Abraham; Mendenhall sits; Williams signed for special teams
Cardinals Blogs | Fitz, his hamstrings, and getting the ball
Larry Fitzgerald doesn’t like talking about his injuries. He doesn’t like having them in the first place, he doesn’t want to look like he is making excuses and he certainly doesn’t want to dwell on them. Clearly his hamstrings have been an issue although the hope is he will be healthy going forward at this point.
Cards prepare for Douglas as primary target - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
"Harry Douglas is, I think, one of the most underrated receivers in the league," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said.
"I don't think there's any time where you can turn down that kind of speed, especially when it can help you on special teams,' Arians said. "He was fun to coach with and fool around with.
ESPN.com team reporter Josh Weinfuss on the Arizona Cardinals' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 8.
A weekly analysis of the Arizona Cardinals' quarterback play.
With the losses and interceptions mounting, the support to replace Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is growing.
As the NFL's trading deadline -- Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 4 p.m. ET -- approaches, we explore five explosive, albeit unlikely, possible deals.
Cardinals' Abraham feels, looks like his old self
Cards LB John Abraham embraces larger workload, looks forward to battle with former Atlanta teammates.
Bears must grapple with 1-2 punch of pain - SBNation.com
The Bears' Week 7 matchup with the Redskins was as exhilarating a game you'll see this season. Unfortunately, it ended in the worst way possible for Chicago.
NFL picks, Week 8: Lions, Patriots reach halfway point with wins - SBNation.com
Week 8 marks the halfway point of the NFL season. Which teams are the most likely to finish out the first half on a high note?
Bucs head coach Greg Schiano is off to an 0-6 start. Clearly, he does not have enough of his esteemed "Schiano Men" on his roster. Let's release everyone on the Tampa Bay roster, replace them with copies of Greg Schiano, and have us a nightmare.
It doesn't matter that Week 8 in the NFL is lacking for compelling matchups; Uffsides digs a little deeper to find the entertainment value of a select few. This week the spotlight shines on...
What a week folks. Danny Woodhead is selling newspapers, Peyton Hillis is back in a big way this is the best time to be a fan, and with so many deserving awards this week it was tough to narrow it down but I tried.