A few surprising cuts yesterday, and Leinart is still with the team. Will he be here when the day is done? We'll see...
Now lets get to an earlier than usual batch of links since I want to have this up before the rest of the roster cuts begin.
Arizona Cardinals trade Reggie Wells to Eagles
The Cardinals traded starting right guard Reggie Wells to the Eagles Friday for an undisclosed draft pick. ESPN.com reported it will be a sixth-round pick, and the Eagles say it's for the 2011 draft.
Arizona Cardinals release tight end Anthony Becht
There were no major surprises among the 16 players released by the Cardinals on Friday, but parting with veteran tight end Anthony Becht was a minor one.
Arizona Cardinals make cuts, but keep four quarterbacks for now
The Cardinals announced cuts Friday afternoon, and, for now at least, the team will carry four quarterbacks on the roster.
Cards, Leinart continue their game of chicken | ProFootballTalk.com
The Cardinals would like to get something, anything in return for 2006 first-round pick Matt Leinart. And by all appearances the Cardinals don't want to cut him loose, since doing so would likely result in Leinart making a beeline for Pete Carroll and his Seahawks.
Matt Leinart awaiting fate with Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals made 19 roster moves Friday but the biggest one is likely to come Saturday by 3 p.m., when NFL teams have to reach the 53-player limit.
Cardinals cutdown analysis - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The Cardinals still must release three players to conform with the 53-man limit.
NFL Roster Cuts: Arizona Cardinals Get Chopping - SB Nation Arizona
The day of reckoning is almost upon us. The final roster cuts are being made for our Arizona Cardinals.
C. Brown on an evolving cut list
Here are the players that have been reported as cut by the Cards so far; when coach Ken Whisenhunt meets with the media at 3 p.m. a full list is expected. Keep checking back (obviously G Reggie Wells was dealt, leaving the Cards with 21 moves to make to get to a 53-man roster):
Rounding up known NFC West moves - NFC West Blog - ESPN
I'll provide a separate file breaking down each NFC West team's roster moves once they meet the 53-man limit.
Hall gets zinged
Last night, coach Ken Whisenhunt preached caution with rookie quarterback Max Hall. It seems the coaches — with some help from the media relations staff — did their best to get that message with Hall.
azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers - KentSomers - Cardinals trade Wells, cut two LBs
The Cardinals traded starting right guard Reggie Wells to the Eagles Friday for an undisclosed draft pick. ESPN.com reported it will be a sixth-round pick.
azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers - KentSomers - The joke's on Hall
Heard a great anecdote this afternoon about a practical joke coaches played on rookie QB Max Hall Thursday night against the Redskins.
Morgan: Leinart goes quietly into the Arizona night
Matt Leinart’s motivation was clear after Thursday’s preseason finale: the Cardinals quarterback couldn’t wait to get out of University of Phoenix Stadium.
2009 second-round pick among Cardinals cuts | ProFootballTalk.com
The Cardinals released 16 players on Friday, none of whom are named Matt Leinart.
Cuts Don't Include Quarterbacks
Cards shave 16 off roster; must make three more moves by Saturday
Matt Leinart sticks in Arizona, for now | National Football Post
For the time being, meaning at least one more day, the Arizona Cardinals are going to carry four quarterbacks.
KTAR.com - 2nd-round pick Brown cut, no word yet on Leinart
Outside linebacker Cody Brown, a second-round draft pick out of Connecticut a year ago, was among 16 players cut by the Arizona Cardinals on Friday.
KTAR.com - Pre-season TV ratings up for Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals pre-season TV ratings have shown that controversy catches more attention than success
Cardinals report (09.03): Hall, Komar in good position for roster spots
With final cuts set to take place in the next 24 hours, a handful of Cardinals players are left holding their breath. As expected, a select few seized the opportunity in the preseason finale and appear to be in line to make the 53-man roster. But others who failed to stand out are waiting on final decisions from coach Ken Whisenhunt.
QB drama sweeks through NFC West - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Matt Leinart's future with the Arizona Cardinals is but one quarterback drama in the NFC West.
Matt Leinart's Career Needs Reviving! But How? | Bleacher Report
Matt Leinart might have just played his last game in Arizona. Leinart continued to throw short passes and couldn't seem to stretch the field in the Cardinals victory over the Redskins. Leinart still looks uncomfortable in the pocket and most likely is done wearing the Cardinal uniform.