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11/6 Arizona Cardinals news: Potter to start, Schofield's year over

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Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

The Arizona Cardinals begin their bye week with some news. Nate Potter will continue to start at left tackle. O'Brien Schofield is lost for the rest of the season. Jeremy Bridges is about to be released on an injury settlement. The bye week begins and Michael Floyd is getting more reps.

Here are today's links from around the web.

Arizona Cardinals links:

Word From the Birds Blog | Potter to start, Kolb "sooner" and some bye notes
With the bye week underway, the Cardinals have a slightly different schedule. Coach Ken Whisenhunt met with the media today but the players are off. They are in tomorrow (normally a Tuesday off day) for a practice and again Wednesday before being off Thursday through Sunday.

Word From the Birds Blog | Schofield says he’s out for season
Earlier Monday, Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he didn’t know the status of linebacker O’Brien Schofield’s ankle injury and was waiting for an MRI. The news apparently wasn’t good.

Bye Time To Consider Options
Players get a chance to refresh, Whisenhunt gets chance to re-evaluate

Change in the air for the reeling Cardinals? -
Pretty soon we'll get a break from all the negativity. Then we'll see if real change is in order.

Whisenhunt: Potter's play 'merits moving forward' -
With the well-chronicled difficulties at the tackle positions, fans of the Arizona Cardinals have been clamoring for one of two things: improvement or change.

Whisenhunt: Fair to say Patrick Peterson pressing of late -
Serving as both the team's top cornerback and punt returner, Peterson burst on to the NFL scene with a bang last season.

Cardinals' Ken Whisenhunt not pointing fingers yet -
Head coach Ken Whisenhunt addressed the media in his usual Monday session and he still thinks he has the guys in this locker room to get the job done.

Michael Floyd a bright spot in Cards' loss to Packers -
It's hard to find silver linings in the midst of a five-game losing streak extended by a 14-point loss to the Green Bay Packers. But for the Arizona Cardinals, there are several as the team heads into their bye week, dragging a 4-5 record with them.

QBR ranks: Wilson, Skelton in focus - NFC West Blog - ESPN
We're about to discuss how well NFC West quarterbacks Russell Wilson and John Skelton stared down the blitz with courage and acted decisively to great effect.

Silver linings: Cardinals at Packers - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two.

NFL stories:

Peyton Manning for MVP? - Mile High Report
After 8 games, Peyton Manning is on pace for one of his career best seasons, but how does he stack up against the other elite players in the NFL in the MVP race?

Seahawks beat Vikings: Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, Golden Tate and the number one hits - Field Gulls
"Yesterday" was a lot of fun.

Good news for Chuck Pagano and his cancer diagnosis -
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is now considered in remission.

Doug Martin's performance one of the greatest in fantasy football history -
Sunday, Bucs' running back Doug Martin trashed the Raiders' defense for 251 yards and four touchdowns. If he was on your fantasy roster, you benefited from one of the very best days a player has ever had.

Colts-Patriots Week 11 game moved back to 4:25 p.m. -
NFL announces that the Week 11 game between New England and Indianapolis will be moved back to a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff as a part of "flexible scheduling" to highlight games with playoff implications in the season's final weeks.

Percy Harvin injury: Vikings WR has a sprained ankle -
Vikings receiver Percy Harvin sprained his ankle last week. His Week 10 status is undetermined.