Super Bowl Week has officially begun and the weird news of the day was former Cardinals first round pick Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie saying he would likely retire if the Broncos won the Super Bowl. The Season in Focus video is now on the team site and there is a bit to share today. Here are your morning links.
Cardinals Blogs | Cardinals, the roster, and target areas
All that said, there are spots that need addressing just for the sheer numbers.
Cardinals Blogs | The DRC experience
All those thoughts and DRC memories came rushing back this morning when DRC, now playing for the Denver Broncos, told a bunch of reporters at a media session that if the Broncos win Sunday and beat the Seahawks, he might just retire.
The answer was almost a no-brainer -- no pun intended, of course.
When Bruce Arians was hired last January, he had visions of going deep. On his play sheet, he would say, had "six bullets." Meaning, Arians had six plays of 20 yards or longer he wanted to use every game. If executed perfectly, Carson Palmer would've aired it out almost 100 times in 2013.
Newly named Cardinals VP of Player Personnel Terry McDonough joins Jody and MJ to talk about his new job in the valley of the sun as well as some of the moments McDonough will surely never forget
A guest of the Dan Bickley Show with Vince Marotta on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Monday live from radio row in New York, ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio agreed that the Cardinals aren't in dire need of a new signal caller.
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One week to get ready for one game also means plenty of new angles on the same old stories. Eric Sollenberger has a handy guide to the week in narratives.
Two things you should probably be worried about come Sunday, and two things you really shouldn't sweat.
A new No. 1 pick, multiple trades and two full rounds of picks highlight this week's mock draft.
Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman has a lot of people from other organizations watching him as the time to talk contract extension with Cam Newton approaches.
Foles's impressive performance in Honolulu on Sunday provided the perfect ending for a breakout season.
The coin toss, the MVP, the length of the National Anthem ... you can bet on anything for the big game, including the actual game itself. David Fucillo takes a closer look at the real fun behind the Super Bowl.
WSBN’s Dan on Fire show has been working on an investigation into Peyton Manning’s genealogy for months. The results will astonish you.