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Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: Where OTAs Go To Die

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. | The End Of OTAs
Organized team activities aren’t the glamorous part of the season, not with games – even preseason games – still weeks away. But it’s still football. blogs - Kent Somers | The final afternoon of OTAs?
The final voluntary practice of the summer is scheduled for Thursday, but coach Ken Whisenhunt traditionally has dismissed the players after the morning meetings.

Cardinals Gab | Go Ahead, Take Another Look at Leinart, You May Feel Better
I’ve said a number of times that I don’t expect the Cardinals to blow teams away on offense anymore. If Leinart "keep[s] his team in a position to win" every game of the season, I would certainly take that. | NFL to fund scholarship in honor of Pat Tillman
The NFL is supporting a scholarship in honor of the late Pat Tillman. The league announced Tuesday it will fund one of the scholarships in the Pat Tillman Foundation's military scholars program. | Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt experiments with secondary
The Cardinals' coaching staff has used the starting units as both a test tube and a reward this spring, experimenting with different combinations of players and promoting some who have played well, if only for a practice or two.

Word From the Birds Blog | It's all about learning
The Cardinals have benefited from having veterans give some help to younger players, a subject Steve Breaston touched on at the end of his chat today and I wrote about earlier this offseason. It’s not always automatic, coach Ken Whisenhunt said, but it is part of the reason the Cards are successful.