Everyone is going to get their wish with Bobby Massie starting at Right Tackle, and D'Anthony Batiste getting the start at Left Tackle.
No QB Decision Yet; Lindley to Start vs DEN
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Word From the Birds Blog | Lindley gets the QB start against Denver
Coach Ken Whisenhunt didn’t make a decision on who his starting quarterback will be when the regular season starts, but he did make a decision on who will start against Denver in the preseason finale — and it isn’t Kevin Kolb or John Skelton. It will be rookie Ryan Lindley.
Word From the Birds Blog | Always smart to have a Colledge plan
As the Cardinals try and straighten out the offensive line, left guard Daryn Colledge got a couple of reps at left tackle today in practice behind new starter D’Anthony Batiste. Colledge played there at Boise State for five years and for "six or seven" games when he played in Green Bay, but make no mistake — this would be an emergency situation and not a possible plan to play there from the outset.
Lindley To Start Against Broncos
"I’m prepared to go out and play with whomever," the Pro Bowl wide receiver said. "I’ve played with a million quarterbacks it seems like. I try not to focus on who is throwing the ball. My job is to catch it. You do your job."
Batiste, Massie Get Nod At Tackle
A few seconds into coach Ken Whisenhunt’s press conference Monday, he declared a starter for the Cardinals preseason finale Thursday against the Denver Broncos -- for left and right tackle.
Five NFL veterans who stumbled in the preseason - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals didn't exactly get what they bargained for with Kevin Kolb, who has struggled in the preseason. Dan Hanzus breaks down the five veterans who disappointed in August.
Jets trade Wayne Hunter to Rams for Jason Smith - NFL.com
The New York Jets, desperate to upgrade their right tackle position, acquired Jason Smith from the St. Louis Rams. The Jets will send Wayne Hunter to the Rams to complete the deal.
Adrian Peterson takes hits during Vikings practice - NFL.com
Laying hands on Adrian Peterson was enough to get Minnesota Vikings defenders the boot not long ago. But now the running back has returned to fending off tackles and contact in practice.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan on hot seat? - NFL.com
The New York Jets have looked like a disheveled mess in the preseason with question marks on the offensive line and a media-fueled quasi-quarterback controversy leading some to consider the temperature setting on Rex Ryan’s office recliner.