6/21 Arizona Cardinals news: Bobby Massie making strides; Antonio Cromartie NFL's best CB?

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Your Saturday roundup of Arizona Cardinals and NFL news.

Bobby Massie has made strides this offseason. That bodes well for all parties considered in Cardinals country.


A Talk From Aeneas Williams
New Hall of Famer discusses respect, trust with current Cardinals

Fat chance: Fittest cities boast Super Bowl contending NFL teams
Based on the 2013 NFL season standings, and the 2014 fittest/fattest list, researchers from France might be on to something.

Arizona Cardinals' GM Steve Keim: Bobby Massie has made strides ArizonaSports.com
"Bobby actually showed some real strides as we got to the middle of OTAs and our final minicamp. He did a nice job. He's got all the physical tools." -- Cardinals coach Bruce Arians.

The Pulse: Wilson clear favorite to be next in Cardinals' Ring of Honor ArizonaSports.com
An Arizona Sports 98.7 FM poll shows Adrian Wilson should be next Ring of Honor inductee.

Arizona Cardinals' GM Steve Keim: Hold rookie enthusiasm until pads come on ArizonaSports.com
"Deone Bucannon is everything we thought he was as a worker, as a student of the game," Keim said. "There were times where he was begging our coaches to meet him on Sunday night to study film."

Arizona Cardinals' Antonio Cromartie believes he's one of the two best CBs in the NFL ArizonaSports.com
"Where's my name at," he asked. "If y'all want to go with just one or two seasons and what everybody's done, that's fine and dandy. But go over the longevity of my career and then match it up against all these guys right here."

Step to the Mike: Antonio Cromartie | FOX Sports on MSN
Great clip from NFL.com featuring Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie answering some tough questions.


After the Axe: Mike Munchak knows something you don't - SBNation.com
The deposed Titans head coach has a dirty little secret. SB Nation's Ryan Nanni met with the exiled Munchak for a completely fictional interview to find out what the coach was hiding.

NFL salary cap collusion case goes back to court - SBNation.com
The NFLPA's claim that the NFL secretly enforced a $123 million salary cap in the uncapped 2010 season once seemed like a settled matter. However, a Federal Appeals Court ruling gave the issue a new lease on life.

Quotables: Rex Ryan responds to Mike Pettine's playbook talk - SBNation.com
Rex Ryan thinks Mike Pettine's talk about the New England Patriots and their penchant for acquiring rival teams' playbooks is "disrespectful."

49ers minicamp 2014: Colin Kaepernick discusses Bruce Ellington, contract, Carlos Hyde - Niners Nation
Colin Kaepernick met with the media Thursday afternoon following practice. He provided some insight into Bruce Ellington and Carlos Hyde's development, his own contract, and what he got out of minicamp.

Russell Wilson is 17-1 at home through two years, and other things that don't suck - Field Gulls
How do I love thee? Let me count the stats.

REPORT: Greg Robinson Struggling Early - Turf Show Times
Moving from left tackle to guard isn't as easy as it seems like it would be.

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