Wednesday had lots of information come in about the Arizona Cardinals. Logan Thomas took all the first team reps in practice. Calais Campbell spoke about his injury and the Julius Thomas fine. Carson Palmer answered more questions about his shoulder. Check out these stories to start the day.
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What wasn't customary is that rookie Logan Thomas was behind center with the first team as the next period started.
Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell is out with a sprained MCL, but it could have been much worse.
"I'm glad the NFL did something and hopefully he won't do it no more," Campbell said. "… I'm going to move past it. It's over and done with. I'm just going to try and help my team win this game coming up against the Redskins and just do what I can on the sidelines, and motivating in a leadership role, and rehab so I can get healthy and come back and make a run for it."
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"One of my teammates said he talked to him after the game and said he wanted to send a message, but he could get my number if he wanted to," Campbell said Wednesday in the Cardinals locker room. "Never before have I been blocked like that. I don't think it was a great football play but it's over and done with, and I'd like to move past it."
"I came back at the perfect time. I'm healthy, came back at the perfect time when we have a loss and they need me now. Everything works out for a reason, and I kept my head up for this reason in particular."
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