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10/6 Arizona Cardinals news: Offense still work in progress, preparing for Panthers

Preview Sunday's match-ups with today's Cardinals and NFL links.

Christian Petersen

Check out the keys to unlocking an Arizona victory against Carolina today. Cardinals' coaches provided some insight as to the offense's struggles and believe that this could be the week the unit comes together. Injuries carried the NFL news of the day with Rob Gronkowski and Brian Hoyer missing more time.

Cardinals:

Cardinals Ready To Be Home
Home, after a couple of road games and the previous week working out of a hotel, couldn’t sound any better to the Cardinals.

Complex offense behind Arizona Cardinals' struggles
"That’s a good defense," Arians said, referring to the Bucs, "but we continually harmed ourselves with mental errors, which sounds very repetitive but it is getting repetitive for me too."

Cardinals' D breaks down team's new left tackle Bradley Sowell
Who else besides the men who face him in practice every day could give an all-encompassing scouting report on the Arizona Cardinals’ new left tackle, Bradley Sowell?

Arizona Cardinals Vs. Carolina Panthers Preview
The Red Birds look to go over the .500 mark with a victory.

Week 5 Preview: Cardinals vs. Panthers
The Panthers (1-2) are looking to climb to .500 while Arians and the Cardinals are aiming to improve to 3-2 in their third straight game against an NFC South opponent.

NFL:

Brian Hoyer tears ACL, out for rest of Browns' season - NFL.com
Brian Hoyer tore his ACL and will miss the remainder of the season, Cleveland Browns coach Rob Chudzinski confirmed Friday. The quarterback injured his knee in the Browns' win over Buffalo on Thursday night.

Brandon Stokley, veteran wide receiver, cut by Baltimore Ravens - ESPN
The Baltimore Ravens cut wide receiver Brandon Stokley and re-signed tight end Billy Bajema for Sunday's game at the Miami Dolphins.

Rob Gronkowski of New England Patriots won't play vs. Cincinnati Bengals - ESPN Boston
Rob Gronkowski did not travel with the New England Patriots to Cincinnati and will not play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, delaying the star tight end's season debut by at least another week.