Arizona Cardinals news 12/19: Back to practice, nursing injuries

Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

Your morning roundup of the Cards and NFL.

With the Arizona Cardinals back at practice, the talk was of that awful 58-0 drubbing the team suffered in Seattle the last time they were there. Start the morning off checking in here for the stories you may have missed yesterday.


Launched From 58-0
Last trip to Seattle provided turnaround point for Cardinals’ resurgence

Cardinals Blogs | Bethel falls off Pro Bowl list

Three Cardinals are still in the top 10. Darnell Dockett remains 10th among defensive tackles, Karlos Dansby is ninth for inside linebackers (although Bengal and former ASU star Vontaze Burfict is only 110 votes behind) and cornerback Patrick Peterson remains third and a likely Pro Bowler.

Arizona Cardinals' Carson Palmer rests, but ready for Seattle Seahawks - ESPN

The 33-year-old said his left ankle, which he sprained Sunday at Tennessee, feels good and Palmer expects to be practicing again Thursday and Friday.

NFL Nation Buzz: Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss says injuries could sideline as many as three starters this week, including quarterback Carson Palmer and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Antoine Cason: 'Hard to put into words' what it meant to come up big for Arizona Cardinals

"It was huge and the feeling is great," Cason said of coming up big for the team. "

Cardinals confident of karma reversal vs. Seattle

Cardinals confident they're better equipped to challenge Seahawks than in 2 most recent losses.


Fumblr: In defense of the NFL stadium experience -

In this week's fake social network for NFL fans: why it can be fun to give the NFL too much of your money, blooper GIFs, clear pants, Matt Stafford's freakishly large head, and more.

The Notebook: Undervalued running backs & a closer look at Mike Glennon -

Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White wonders if NFL team's aren't undervaluing running backs these days. He also looks at the tape to see what it has to say about Mike Glennon's future in the NFL. All that and more in a bonus Notebook.

FCC proposes ending TV blackout rules -
The FCC is thinking about ending blackout rules, which would be a massive shift in the sports TV landscape.

NFL prepared for Super Bowl snow -
The league said Wednesday that it's prepared to move the start time of the game if necessary. They're counting on a giant snow melting machine, a gazillion tons of salt and lots of good will from fans to prevent that.

NFL Week 16 picks: Predictions for all 16 games -

The Week 16 schedule could shake up the playoff picture; who do our experts think will win this week?

The Notebook: 5 steps for beating the Broncos -

How did the Chargers manage to beat the Broncos last week? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White takes a closer look at some issues Denver needs to address if they want a shot at the Super Bowl.

Brandon Browner appeal denied, suspended indefinitely -

Brandon Browner's former one-year suspension is now "indefinite," leaving him at the whims of the NFL as to when he returns.

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