On Monday, Bruce Arians addressed the media. There was information about injuries and more. Catch up with the stories you might have missed.
Locker Room Reaction: Cardinals vs Broncos
Hear from the players following Sunday's loss
Cardinals Blogs | NFL: Correct call on Campbell play
The play also violated part c) of the rule, known as a "lure."
5 possible QBs Cardinals may target - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
Here are five quarterbacks with prior ties to Arians who the Cardinals may target this week:
Lester Munson explains why Jonathan Dwyer is facing nine charges stemming from two separate alleged July domestic incidents involving his wife.
Now, it's time to expand our look into specific calls that often carry the postgame discussion on Monday and Tuesday.
Since Arians arrived, there's no questioning the toughness or resiliency of this team. But there comes a point when injuries can't be overcome, when Next Man Up becomes a worthless cliché.
Taking a look back at Arizona's 41-20 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim gives an update on Arizona's long list of injuries.
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim says the sky isn't falling in Glendale, as Palmer appears to be on the mend, and the team has options at its disposal if Palmer and Stanton can't go.
General manager Steve Keim was a guest of Doug and Wolf Monday morning on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM and updated the situation on the injured players, including Campbell, who appears to be the most seriously injured.
Plans change, often at a moment's notice.
That claim can't be qualified, but Denver tight end Julius Thomas' chop block has shelved Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell for anywhere from one to three weeks.
It wasn't the easy victory some expected, but the Seattle Seahawks earned a win on the road behind a huge game from Russell Wilson on Monday night.
Brady's stock is at a all-time high, and Belichick needs to act NOW to preserve the Patriot Way for future generations.
Fourth-quarter leads greater than two TDs should guarantee a win, but not if Charlie Whitehurst is playing. The Post-Mortem also examines Matthew Stafford's descent into Joey Harrington territory.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune released a damning report Monday, detailing accusations of rape, infidelity and running a phony charity against Adrian Peterson.
The ESPN anchor continues to roast embattled NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Elsewhere, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune uncovers more dirt on Adrian Peterson.
San Francisco's CEO refutes the various reports surrounding Jim Harbaugh.
The 49ers head coach also asked the media to leave his players alone.
Shelby was suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins on Monday for a weekend incident that ended with the Dolphins defensive end in custody.