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5/14 Arizona Cardinals news: Hoyer's release, Bobby Massie and expectations

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There was some news to be had on Monday. They added some players, cut one and then Bobby Massie could be a superstar this year? Read on!


Secret Superstar: Bobby Massie |
PFF's Gordon McGuinness kicks off the 2013 Secret Superstar series with a look at the 2012 transformation of Arizona offensive tackle Bobby Massie.

Word From the Birds Blog | Shuffling QBs again and Dansby’s number
Thoughts on a series of moves and news.

Talking To The Fans
Cardinals hold forum for season-ticket holders to discuss game-day experience

Fan Forum Highlight Videos
Last week, the Cardinals’ top brass — President Michael Bidwill, Executive Vice President Ron Minegar and General Manager Steve Keim — met with more than 100 season-ticket holders to discuss their thoughts on a host of subjects, with the main thrust the fan experience on game days at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Cardinals Release Brian Hoyer
Notebook: Minter signs contract; Team signs rookie tryout players TerBush and Bice

These five late-round draft picks could start on NFC West teams - ESPN
I've singled out five late-round picks from 2013 with a shot at making at least one start as a rookie, in my view. Who else comes to mind from your vantage point?

Arizona Cardinals QB cap snapshot minus Brian Hoyer - ESPN
Five quarterbacks will count against the Cardinals' cap in 2013 even though only three remain on the roster. Releasing Hoyer had no negative cap consequences because he had received no guaranteed money.

Cardinals' scouting, coaching staffs grow - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The Arizona Cardinals grew their coaching staff earlier this offseason. Now, the team's personnel department is growing, too.


NFL news roundup: Buddy Nix steps aside, Blackmon denies substance problem -
Buddy Nix steps aside, and Justin Blackmon denies he has a problem -- it's your Monday news roundup.

Serious question: how did Rick Reilly's Jets poem get published? -
Rick Reilly wrote a poem so bad it never should have been a first draft. How did ESPN let this happen?

Why does the NFL make for such bad media? -
The most popular sport produces next to nothing in the way of interesting media. Why?

Former WR Jimmy Smith serving 6-year prison term -
After 12,000 yards and five Pro Bowls, Jimmy Smith finds himself in prison.

Gabe Carimi fighting for roster spot, according to report -
The 2011 first-round pick finds himself on the outside, and it's hard to place him on the Bears' offensive line.

Chiefs hire Chris Ault, creator of the pistol offense, as a consultant - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs just hired Chris Ault, the creator of the pistol offense, as a consultant. Ault is Colin Kaepernick's former head coach at Nevada.

Maurice Jones-Drew injury: Jaguars RB is 'making progress' -
The Jaguars' running back is recovering well from his foot injury.

Justin Blackmon denies substance-abuse problem -
Despite repeated off-field issues, the new Jaguars wide receiver claims to be in control.

Nick Foles has 'fair shot' at Eagles quarterback -
Michael Vick has the better skill set to run Chip Kelly's offense, but Nick Foles isn't giving up on the starting job.

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