5/16 Arizona Cardinals news: More on OTAs, lots of CB,Massie and PFF


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The Cards had another day of OTAs, but the media was not allowed to watch this time. Here are the stories of the day.


Word From the Birds Blog | Peterson’s pick worth more than 1,000 words
So, if a picture is worth 1,000 words, what is a video worth?

Word From the Birds Blog | Massie’s secret (and a Fan Fest date)
"Last year was my rookie year," Massie said. "I’m not using it as an excuse, but sometimes it takes some players longer to get adjusted than others. It took me eight or nine games to get everything down, and as Pro Football Focus said, I was one of the top three tackles in the league."

Cornerbacks Aplenty
Cards have collected extra cover guys, now they must sort through them

OTAs begin
The Cardinals take the field for the first organized team activities of 2013

$1.75 million guaranteed for Karlos Dansby - NFC West Blog - ESPN
On the surface, then, we could say Dansby's deal with Arizona reflects an eagerness to rejoin the Cardinals. He appears to be playing for a discount. However, there is no evidence other teams were lining up to pay Dansby more than the Cardinals are going to pay him.

Cardinals' Palmer undaunted by circumstance
Palmer has work cut out for him with Cardinals but has spent career overcoming circumstances.

Cardinals' Minter lets his hits do the talking
Rookie Minter, part of Cardinals' insurance policy at linebacker, brings physicality, leadership.

Arizona Cardinals to host 'Football Skills and Education Camp' ArizonaSports.com
The Arizona Cardinals announced they are hosting a "Football Skills and Education Camp" on Saturday. Dignity Health and Gatorade are also involved.


Quarterback situations for all 32 teams - SBNation.com
Quarterback is the most important position on a football team, so we take a look at how the 32 teams are shaping up behind center heading into the 2013 season.

What up world: An appreciation of Roddy White's amazing Twitter - SBNation.com
You should follow Roddy White on Twitter, because Roddy White on Twitter is great.

NFL news roundup: Melvin Ingram tears ACL, Titus Young pleads not guilty and more - SBNation.com
The biggest news on Tuesday: the injury to San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram. But plenty of other stuff happened on the day as well. Here's what you might have missed.

DeAngelo Williams restructures contract, according to report - Cat Scratch Reader
The Panthers free up money now, and ensure the running back remains with the team.

Packers president wants Brett Favre 'back in family' - SBNation.com
The Green Bay Packers want Brett Favre back. Not as a player of course, but the team would like to be on good terms with their long-time quarterback, with the goal of eventually retiring his No. 4 jersey.

Dwight Freeney to visit Chargers after Melvin Ingram injury - SBNation.com
The San Diego Chargers will host outside linebacker Dwight Freeney on Wednesday following Melvin Ingram's ACL injury.

Denard Robinson lines up at QB for Jaguars, per reports - SBNation.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars had rookie Denard Robinson lining up at quarterback for a few plays during Wednesday's organized team activities. What does it mean?

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