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8-4-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: 2 More Days


Only Saturday separating us from seeing our Cardinals take the field against the New Orleans Saints. Lets take a look at our Cardinals news!

Arizona Cardinals News:

Cards Daily - Hall of Fame Game Preview
Preview of Sundays Hall of Fame game.

Cards Daily - David Carter Strives for Greatness
David Carter wants to be the best.

Having Faith In Acho, Schofield
Cardinals need to hold their faith in Acho and Schofield needs to reaffirm his place on the team.

Word From the Birds Blog | A Hollywood star comes to practice
Channing Tatum (man crush alert!!!) comes to Arizona Training Camp.

Word From the Birds Blog | With a nod to Peterson, Acho man of the people
Acho is a fan favorite!

Peterson's Quest To Be The Best
Peterson dedication to be better than Revis and even Deion, and other notes.

NFL News:

Brandon Jacobs: I don't feel bad about beating 49ers -
The San Francisco 49ers were close reaching the Super Bowl XLVI, suffering a loss to the New York Giants, but Brandon Jacobs isn't shedding tears about beating his new teammates.

Bill Belichick has New England Patriots run after fights -
Fights at training camps happen about every day across the NFL -- that's not news. But Bill Belichick decided to metes punishment to the New England Patriots after a a string of full-team donnybrooks.

David Garrard the early Miami Dolphins' QB favorite? -
All indications are that David Garrad and Matt Moore are locked in a tight competition to be the Miami Dolphins starter. However, there are whispers that Garrard has been more impressive of the two.

Patriots' Bill Belichick kisses Aaron Hernandez's injury -
The New England Patriots head coach Bill Beichick can be as sarcastic and hilarious as he is no-nonsense. His funny side showed Friday when tight end Aaron Hernandez complained of a boo-boo. (Wee bit weird)

Jimmy Haslam makes impression for Cleveland Browns -
Jimmy Haslam has agreed to buy the Cleveland Browns, and if his introductory press conference is any indication, the future of the franchise is looking up, Gregg Rosenthal writes.