Arizona Cardinals News:
From Dead To Redemption
His game-winning field goal was fresh on everyone’s mind, including his own, and Jay Feely wore a wide smile.
Practice With The Stars
For the first time since training camp, the Cardinals practiced under the lights.
Word From the Birds Blog | Moving on with a short week, and other notes
The Cardinals will practice tonight — for an hour — as their short week begins. They aren’t going to do much because they really can’t, not after finishing a game just about 24 hours before. The body just isn’t ready for that. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he won’t really know much about the injury situation until he sees his players like Darnell Dockett (hamstring) and Todd Heap (knee) doing things in practice, and it will be so light this evening that tonight probably isn’t going to give much of a barometer.
Word From the Birds Blog | Some work under the lights
It was basically a walk-through tonight, which is what is expected a day after playing an NFL football game. The Cards will practice late afternoon tomorrow, and midday Wednesday before flying out for St. Louis.
Chicago Bears show up; Dallas Cowboys M.I.A. - NFL.com
The Chicago Bears made a statement on Monday night in moving to 3-1. As for the Cowboys? Dan Hanzus says they are showing some of the same DNA traits as last season's disappointing group.
Report: Titans' Jake Locker unlikely to play Sunday - NFL.com
The Tennessee Titans might be without Jake Locker next Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. ESPN reported Monday that Locker's separated shoulder could keep him shelved for Week 5.
Jay Cutler of Bears more than just a great villain - NFL.com
You might not like Jay Cutler, but you'll never call him boring. The Chicago Bears' quarterback brought his reality villain act to prime time Monday, giving us a show on the sideline ... and in the field.
Tony Romo, Dez Bryant's errors sink Dallas Cowboys - NFL.com
Making mental errors has become part of the Dallas Cowboys' culture, just like the cheerleaders and the gigantic scoreboard. That trend was on display Monday vs. the Chicago Bears.