The Arizona Cardinals were back at practice. Bruce Arians talked offensive line and several things about the opponent of the week and their weapons.
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"There were some shots that we didn’t take in the game, looking back," Arians said. "We didn’t throw a couple of balls that I would’ve liked to have called, mainly because of the pressure. Normally, I don’t do that."
"Everybody that they have is capable of beating you," Arians said. "You can’t just look at one guy."
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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer said he was pleased with backup tight end Jim Dray, who caught two passes for 21 yards Sunday in St. Louis with starter Rob Housler sidelined by an ankle injury.
"He's a very dynamic player," said Bush. "He always has been a dynamic player. They do a lot with him in their offense. They spread him out, they get him the ball in different situations. He runs the ball between the tackles real well right now."
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