Arizona Cardinals News:
Again it's a little late but here's today's links.
Cards Daily - Floyd's Early Impressions
Darren Urban talks to Michael Floyd about Training camp.
Zoom: Camp Fitzgerald
An inside look at the camp that Larry Fitzgerald hold every offseason.
A Little Cornerback Math
To many Corners to keep, all will find jobs in the NFL.
Word From the Birds Blog | Hall important to Grimm, but he has priorities
Team first, Hall of Fame later.
Word From the Birds Blog | Kolb back by Wednesday, to start Sunday
Kevin Kolb still expected to start Sunday.
Daryl Washington next up for Arizona Cardinals extension - NFL.com
Daryl Washington enters his third season with the Arizona Cardinals as a critical cog of the defense. The inside linebacker also is the next target for a contract extension.
Vince Young, Tyler Thigpen battle for Bills backup - NFL.com
There's a battle going in Buffalo for the Bills' backup quarterback spot. Normally quarterback battles are great, but Vince Young vs. Tyler Thigpen has not delivered.
Jared Allen has 'bigger fish to fry' than Matt Kalil - NFL.com
Jared Allen isn't worried about training camp battles with Matt Kalil. The Minnesota Vikings veteran told "NFL AM" that he's got bigger problems than getting past his rookie teammate.
Scott Shanle: Donte Whitner 'needs to shut his mouth' - NFL.com
The NFL newest, fiercest rivalry is boiling over in San Francisco and New Orleans, where Saints linebacker Scott Shanle just fired the latest -- and loudest -- shot.
Eli Manning: Don’t call the New York Giants a dynasty - NFL.com
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2012 NFL Training Camp Reports - NFL.com
NFL training camps finally have opened, and NFL.com reporters will visit all 32 sites and provide detailed updates on the developments as teams prepare for the 2012 season.
NFL Videos: Offensive tale of the tape: Chicago vs. Green Bay
The Bears-Packers rivalry dates back to 1921, but who has the advantage on the offensive side of the ball in 2012? Scott Hanson, Charles Davis, and Heath Evans break it down.