The Cardinals were back at practice. There was some news. Here are some links.
Looking Back: Cardinals and Saints past matchups
Look back at some of the images from previous matchups between the Cardinals and Saints.
Cardinals Blogs | How to deal with Graham
Jimmy Graham is 6-foot-7 and 265 pounds. It’s the size of a scary looking pass rusher, only he’s playing tight end for the New Orleans Saints, and the Cardinals must find a way with which to cover him Sunday.
Larry Fitzgerald did not practice today. "I wanted him resting today," coach Bruce Arians said. "I didn’t want him aggravating that (hamstring) again."
Notebook: Fitzgerald sits on Arians' orders as receiver tries to get healthy
Rookie safety embracing chance to play NFL game in his hometown
New league policy forces Bucs to scrap Bucco Bruce throwbacks | ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers had planned to break out the Bucco Bruce uniforms on Sunday, September 29, against the Cardinals. Now, not. The NFL has a new helmet policy that strongly urgres players to wear the same helmet all year long.
With the Trent Richardson trade dominating headlines, you may have missed the other major stories on a busy Wednesday. Check out SB Nation's news roundup for more on Dwayne Allen, Ryan Clady and the Browns' quarterback situation.
Former NFL defensive end Stephen White reviews his notebook from the NFL's Week 2 slate, where RGIII struggled throwing off his surgically repaired knee, Dez Bryant dropped one late, and William Moore executed the perfect pro wrestling body slam.
Andy Reid heads back to Philly for a reunion with the Eagles, the team he coached for 14 years. Can he keep his new team undefeated this week?
We're bringing CHAMPIONSHIP football to you, South Bend.
PFT Commenter returns to hand out some hardware and strong takes for Week 2 in the NFL.
It's time to see what Jets rookie Geno Smith is really made of. Let's make Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow his wideouts, create an opposing secondary of seven-foot monsters, and cast him into a Madden 25 footballing nightmare.
Colts starting tight end Dwayne Allen will undergo season-ending hip surgery, per head coach Chuck Pagano. Allen is the third offensive starter lost to season ending injuries in the past week, and the loss of Allen is easily the biggest.
One man's quest -- or Change.org petition, at least -- to get the Scumdogs of the Universe and metal's goofiest stage show to the 2015 Super Bowl.
Maybe for the first time, the divisive Texas A&M redshirt sophomore looked like a true future pro on Saturday. He maybe even be a good one.
The Browns have decided to sit Weeden in Week 3 as he nurses a sprained thumb in favor of Brian Hoyer.
Discontent is beginning to bubble over in Pittsburgh after a tough start.
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