The Pro Bowl teams are set after the first ever draft and Patrick Peterson is on a different team than his Cardinals Pro Bowl teammates. There's that and more from around the league for today's Bird Droppings.
2014 Pro Bowl Draft: Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson goes No. 5 - NFL Videos
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is selected by Team Deion with the fifth overall pick in the 2014 Pro Bowl Draft.
Chelsey Checks In - 2014 Pro Bowl fun starts
Follow the Cardinals 2014 Pro Bowl Cheerleader, Chelsey, through her fun-filled week in Hawaii.
NFLN survey/Super Bowl player: Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
If there’s one name Arizona Cardinals veterans don’t like hearing, it’s Adrian Peterson. The Minnesota Vikings picked him at No. 7 in the 2007 NFL draft, two spots after the Cardinals chose offensive tackle Levi Brown.
In the larger scheme of free agency, Cardinals punter Dave Zastudil didn’t exactly seem like a high priority. But when it comes to Zastudil, it is.
A look at some internal candidates to take over Licht's position.
There has been a lot of conversation of late about changes to the game (thanks to commissioner Roger Goodell talking about such things). It has included discussion about eliminating the kicked extra point. Now, I get that the extra point is basically automatic.
Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White digs into the film from Denver's AFC title game, and finds a team that isn't going to be easy to beat in the Super Bowl.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman stands by much of what he said, though regrets some of his timing.
You'll hear from lots of experts, but this is the only one that matters.
Some consider Seattle's wide receivers one of the weakest links on the roster. If that's true, the other units must be really good.
The season finale of Breaking Madden happens next week, and for the first time ever, we're going to use it as an instrument for good instead of evil. Donate to a charity of your choice, and you'll have a chance to be in the game. Here's how.
Although Denver is the betting favorite, SB Nation's NFL experts are on Seattle's side.
It's finally here: the Super Bowl -- and with it, the final Uffsides preview of the season. Can the Seahawks' stifling defense handle the greatest passing offense in NFL history? One particular Seahawks fan thinks so.
Aaron Donald of Pittsburgh is taking over in Mobile and Colorado State's Weston Richburg continues to impress
Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron initially declined his Senior Bowl invitation, but after a week of criticism now insists he was advised by doctors to skip the all-star game.
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