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8-15-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: More trade Speculation

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Uh oh... With the way our Offense has been performing as of late, SI and NFL have taken it upon themselves to connect the dots between Larry Fitzgerald and Tavaris Jackson...

Arizona Cardinals News:

Tarvaris Jackson, Arizona Cardinals a possible match? -
The Cardinals aren't set at quarterback. One reporter close to Larry Fitzgerald suggests Tarvaris Jackson would be welcome in Arizona. Gregg Rosenthal looks at the possible pairing.

Jefferson Tries To Rally
Jefferson is working hard to regain the starting role opposite of PP.

The Impact Of Michael Floyd
Floyd knows it's not just numbers that will define his rookie season.

Word From the Birds Blog | After movie day, Whiz hopes for a result
With the hard work Whiz has seen this week, he takes the team for a movie.

Word From the Birds Blog | A-Dub tries to cut off the creep
A-Dub shows him disappointment

Cards Daily - Keys to Game vs Raiders
How to play the game

NFL News:

Austin Collie, Colts out to disprove AP power rankings -
When The Associated Press debuted its Pro32 poll, the voters -- a collection of renowned football writers -- ranked the Indianapolis Colts dead last. Receiver Austin Collie does not approve.

Steve Smith: Carolina Panthers had to reverse course -
Steve Smith couldn't stand losing with the 2010 Carolina Panthers. Looking back, the wide receiver says that the change he once resisted was a necessary step for the organization.

NFL's 23 perfect passer ratings remembered -
Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez's gem made Marc Sessler wonder: Is there an NFL equivalent of a perfect game? Not quite, but Peyton Manning boasted a few close performances as a Colt.

Jason Witten has spleen injury, might miss preseason -
The Dallas Cowboys could be without one of their key weapons for the rest of the preseason, and the season opener, too. Tight end Jason Witten might be sidelined for some time with a spleen injury.