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Bruce Arians, profane perfectionist, is schooling Arizona Cardinals on the little things | The MMQB with Peter King
A note from The MMQB’s editor-in-chief, Peter King: This week is the one-month anniversary of our website. In the first month, we’ve given you a seat in the Dallas Cowboys’ training-camp-opening team meeting, sweated with a player as he unexpectedly gets cut by the Jaguars, heard what goes thr...
Game Gives Regular-Season Look
Starters will play into the third quarter against Chargers in third preseason game
Cardinals Blogs | Friday before the Chargers
Some nuts and bolts before the third preseason game.
Cardinals Blogs | Financial kicker in position battle
We already know the age difference (Feely is 37, Carpenter is 27). There is a chance money could play into this one.
Darren Urban and Damien Anderson joined Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley at Majerle's Sports Grill in Chandler to discuss all things Cards Camp.
"I really like the Cardinals, and I've said this," he told Arizona Sports 620's Bickley with Marotta Friday. "I think anyone who sleeps on them is going to regret it.
King said he's tried to help out as much as he can with teaching the younger players, but being on the sidelines "gets old real quick."
Bruce Arians is not very happy with the Cardinals' offense in the red zone. Missed opportunities are not the way a football team wins games, and there is no better example of a missed opportunity than having possession of the football inside the opponent's 20-yard line and not scoring a TD.
A heated meeting between the NFL and ESPN's top execs resulted in the network's decision to scrap its participation in a joint project with PBS examining the impact of concussions in the sport and the league's response.
Beats by Pharrell. Vague but clearly heartfelt motivational yelling by Ray Lewis.
The commissioner serves to please billionaire owners, not the men who play the game
Ray Lewis released a mixtape and that wasn't the biggest NFL news of the day.
San Diego added some depth to its secondary on Friday.
Yep, it's really called 'That Other Pregame Show.' But don't just dismiss it immediately.
Maybe Bruce Allen meant SEC basketball?
Cowboys legend Roger Staubach came to the defense of Tony Romo, and placed the blame for the team's recent struggles on an anemic running game.