clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

11/8 Arizona Cardinals news: The players are now off

The players' time off begins today. They have no football activities until next week.


The Arizona Cardinals players are now officially on break. Their bye week time begins. They have no football activities until next week. However, there are still some stories out there for the Cards and also the rest of the league. Here are some of them.

Cardinals stuff:

Springing Peterson Loose
Cardinals still trying to find impact from punt return game

Curious case of Cardinals TE Todd Heap - NFC West Blog - ESPN
"I know that Todd was really close last week and it was just more of a decision to let him rest that week with the idea of getting him back," Whisenhunt said at the time.

All-NFC West midseason team - NFC West Blog - ESPN
A few NFC West thoughts as we roll out all-division teams across the divisional blogs:

NFL stories:

NFL picks, Week 10: Predicting an Atlanta upset, a big Bears win and an ugly MNF game -
The Saints will get the upset this week.

NFL power rankings, Week 10: Gambling edition -
While NFL power rankings allow for subjective discussion, our gambling power rankings tell you what really matters: Who has been able to win people some money! That, our bad beats of the week and the Week 10 sure thing.

Andrew Luck, Doug Martin named AFC, NFC Players of the Week -
Two rookies captured Player of the Week honors in their respective conferences after record-setting performances in Week 9.

San Diego Chargers Cleared After NFL Investigation - Bolts From The Blue
After a nearly month-long investigation by the NFL into the use of an adhesive towel, the San Diego Chargers have been cleared of breaking any rules. However, the towels will not be allowed for the remainder of the 2012 NFL season.

Darren McFadden injury: High ankle sprain for Raiders RB -
The Raiders running back went down on Sunday.

Brady Quinn injury: Chiefs QB not cleared from concussion, Matt Cassel will start -
Matt Cassel will start for the Chiefs Monday night with Brady Quinn still recovering from a concussion.

One last indignity, Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck fined for horse collar tackle -
Hasselbeck finished the game 20-of-35 passing with 194 yards, one touchdown and one interception that was returned for a touchdown by Brian Urlacher in a 51-20 loss.