The Cardinals are back at work. Of course, people took pictures and wrote words. I've shared some of those words with you, so you can read the words that these other people write for you to read.
Voluntary strength and conditioning program starts under new coach Buddy Morris
See what the team was doing.
The players are back at the facility to start Phase One of the offseason program.
It came as little surprise, given the circumstances and previous reports that it was going to happen, but the Cardinals officially executed the fifth-year team option on the rookie contract of Patrick Peterson today.
While the rest of his teammates were learning what life would be like under first-year strength and conditioning coach Buddy Morris as offseason workouts began, Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell spent Monday on the South Lawn of the White House.
Here are a few injury-related storylines to follow while conditioning gets underway:
Tony Jefferson's journey to the NFL has been a humbling experience. He went undrafted in 2013, had to fight for playing time as a rookie and now has to deal with the rumors that the Arizona Cardinals may select a safety on draft day.
Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr is one of the prospects expected to have their name called that night -- or the night after, at the latest -- and at this point he's just ready to know where he'll be playing next season.
Arizona is sweet on a couple of quarterbacks.
The Cardinals are all over the map when it comes to booms and busts. Khaled Elsayed delivers his take on the Cardinals' recent draft history.
Predicting the 2014 NFL Draft isn't easy, but we took another crack at it with a collaborative mock draft this week.
Such takes. Much tie. Wow.
What jumps off the tape about Florida State's star running back? Danny Kelly checks in with a look at a player who possesses the trifecta of balance, vision and savvy.
Why is Teddy Bridgewater falling in the NFL Draft? Well, it's funny you should ask, because nobody seems to have an answer.
With 17 days until the start of the 2014 NFL Draft, there is anything but a consensus on who will be the top pick.
Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford break down the best tight ends in the 2014 draft class.
With the calendar approaching May, teams are getting back into the swing of things with some light workouts.
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