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Cardinals Blogs | A guess at the 53
But we give this a shot. Keep in mind this is not necessarily the 53 I am saying the Cardinals should keep. It’s the 53 I think they will keep,
Preseason finale in Denver a final round to leave impression for 53
The Cardinals are down to one preseason game. And by now, there probably isn’t much to determine. In fact, it’s tough to get past the words of Darnell Dockett going into this one: "You always want to play preseason games and make sure everyone gets out healthy," Dockett said, and obviously, with Jonathan Cooper, that didn’t happen. "I’ve never been a fan of preseason games. I understand the games because young guys are trying to get on rosters and this might be their big chance, so I’m all for it. But guys who have to play 16 regular-season games … my biggest thing is getting out healthy."
Lindley is the third quarterback for a team that might keep only two. And because he played so much as a rookie, he’s not eligible for the practice squad.
Thursday's preseason finale could be determining factor as Cards ponder final cuts for 53-man roster.
With just one week left in the preseason there isn't much time for players to improve on their status heading into the season. Here's a look at who's up and who's down.
Anita Marks of NBC Sports joins me to review the biggest stories in the NFC leading into the 2013 season, including the prospects of Chip Kelly's Eagles and the conference's bumper crop of young...
Chris Clemons is progressing from a torn ACL, but perhaps not fast enough for Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll to place him on the team's initial 53-man roster.
The first week of college football is here, which means it's also the first week for NFL scouts to begin evaluate the latest crop of talent for the 2014 draft. Here is who to follow in Thursday's games.
It's draft season for fantasy football leagues, which means you're looking for sleepers. We've got tips for finding them -- plus the players most likely to be overlooked.
They always get their fan.
Not sure why this is happening, but we're not necessarily complaining.
After months of speculation, it's now official that the Redskins quarterback will be ready after all.
Few players in the NFL talk as much as Sherman and he's directed a lot of that at Revis. What is Darrelle's answer? Stop talking.
Carolina would like to keep its young defensive end in house for the foreseeable future.