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6/29 Arizona Cardinals news: Larry Fitzgerald indispensable, Arians a top 20 coach

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The weekend is here and there is a little bit of news out there. Marcell Shipp is back. Fitz is a game changer and Bruce Arians is a top 20 coaches,


Walsh Fellowship Influences Cards' Staff
Shipp, Diaz-Infante and McKinley join team as part of NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship

Eight in the Box: Can't-lose players - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Other than the quarterback, which player could each NFC West team least afford to lose to injury? Here's a look: Arizona: Receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Here is how I rank the Top 20 head coaches in the NFL headed into 2013 | The Z Report | a blog
Bruce Arians is number 18 in this list.


Can Robert Griffin III top his rookie season in 2013? -
RG3 didn't waste any time developing into an NFL star, but coming off a knee injury, what's in store for his sophomore season?

NFL Huddle: Adrian Peterson is No. 1, Mario Williams in the spotlight and more -
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was ranked No. 1 in the NFL's top 100 list, Mario Williams is drawing attention to himself with his Instagram account and lots more from SB Nation's NFL blogs on Friday.

49ers' Lawrence Okoye 'under no illusions' about playing in the NFL -
Lawrence Okoye had never played organized American football before joining the San Francisco 49ers this spring. He recognizes that the odds are against him.

Spilly made a meal for Tim Tebow -
Tim Tebow has a new home, and Spilly made a special meal to celebrate.

Jason Babin injury: Jaguars DE nearing full recovery following groin surgery -
Jason Babin is nearly recovered from offseason hamstring surgery, and the Jaguars defensive end should be fine for the start of training camp.

Peyton Manning says Broncos will use routes Wes Welker ran with Patriots -
Wes Welker will run some of the same routes with Denver that he ran in New England, which should help him grow comfortable in the new offensive system.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam plans to sell minor league baseball team -
Jimmy Haslam says he won't have to sell the Browns due to a corporate scandal, but he did have to sell the Tennessee Smokies, a minor league baseball team in his hometown he's owned for 12 years.

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