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10/6 Arizona Cardinals news: rest, work to do, and stories

A collection of news from around the Web about our Cardinals and the NFL in general.

Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Arizona Cardinals News:

Cardinals Lose First Of Season
"We have a lot of guys nicked up, we have a lot of guys that need to get healthy, we have a lot of film study to do, we have a lot of things to fix," weary guard Daryn Colledge said after the Cardinals lost their first game of the season, 17-3, at St. Louis’ Edward Jones Dome. "Luckily, we have a lot of days off to do it.

Peterson Comes Close On Returns
Five times the Rams punted to Peterson and five times both sidelines and the 54,653 inside the Edward Jones Dome held their collective breath. They took an extra gasp on punt No. 4, when Peterson spun out of a tackle and nearly broke loose down the Cardinals’ sideline for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. But he was tripped up and stepped out of bounds.

Taking Emotion Out Of The Analysis
The offensive line was the subject, and as Ken Whisenhunt addressed it Friday less than 24 hours after the Cards had lost for the first time this season in St. Louis, the message wasn’t unlike most he’d give any other time.

'NFL Films Presents': Peterson perseveres - NFL Videos
It has not been an easy life for Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson. Take a look at how he was able to overcome obstacles to get to where he is today.

NFL News:

Mike Pettine uses Carlos Rogers' tirade to fire up Jets -
New York Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine is using the words of Carlos Rogers to inspire his drifting defense. Will it help turn this team around?

Rams exec Kevin Demoff 'fine' after fainting incident -
The St. Louis Rams' 17-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals was pushed to the sideline Friday after Kevin Demoff, the team's executive vice president, fainted during a meeting.

Mike McCarthy of Packers says call to ref was the 'right thing' -
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday he called the replacement referee who made the call on a final play that cost the Packers a game against the Seattle Seahawks to offer his support.

Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams' suspension increased by NFL -
The NFL increased Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams' suspension by three games for his violation of the league's substance abuse program. He will be out until mid-November.