The day after a game has a good amount of content. Steve Keim and Bruce Arians both are on the radio and Arians addresses the media. Here is some of the news that came from Monday.
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"We're just 5-1. It's a little early in the season," inside linebacker Larry Foote said Monday. "Look, I'm a veteran in this league. When the playoffs start, you can start (liking) yourself a little bit. But right now it means nothing, because you can lose five games in a row so easy in this league and you (media) guys will be talking bad about us."
Kent Somers looks back at the Arizona Cardinals' 24-13 win over the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday.
Recapping the rest of Arians' Monday news conference:
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A Phoenix court has lowered the bond used to release Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer from jail after he was arrested on charges that he assaulted his wife during arguments at their apartment.
The Cardinals insist they have accomplished nothing more than putting themselves in good position after a 5-1 start.
Here in this space, we'll highlight some of the most notable quotes.
It wasn't flashy or all that exciting, but the Cardinals went on the road and handed the Oakland Raiders a 24-13 loss Sunday at O.co Coliseum.
Bruce Arians describes what it is like to sit atop the NFC West.
Cardinals left tackle Jared Veldheer talks about playing against his former team.
Steve Keim discusses Sunday's win against the Raiders and how his team is 5-1.
The Texans got off to a strong start, but Pittsburgh stormed back for a 30-23 win.
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Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall called the team's record and its offensive production on Sunday "unacceptable."
Tom Brady sent a congratulatory text message to Peyton Manning on Sunday night and spoke highly of the "incredible" record set by the Broncos QB.
Peyton Manning got all the attention in the Broncos' big win over the 49ers Sunday night, but DeMarcus Ware had the play of the game.
Colt McCoy may have wrestled the placeholder job away from Kirk Cousins, but it's possible Griffin could be ready to go the next time Washington takes the field.
The Buffalo Bills' offensive backfield was decimated by injury on Sunday. C.J. Spiller is reportedly done for the year, and with Fred Jackson also out at least one game, Boobie Dixon and Bryce Brown will take over the Bills' running game workload.