Well, in the biggest week of football for the Arizona Cardinals this season, we have some news. Bruce Arians and Steve Keim were on the radio and Arians spoke with the media on Monday. Here are some of the stories that came out.
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"With that type of knee injury, everybody heals different," Keim said. "I know ESPN and some other outlets have put a timeline on it, which is extremely difficult to do. You can say it’s going to be four weeks, I’ve heard people say one-and-a-half weeks.
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Arians said Thomas could also play as team gears up for showdown with Seahawks
"I wasn’t going to miss this one," Mathieu said. "I didn’t want to miss the last two, but we’re really excited about this weekend."
Maybe Ryan Lindley, who'll take the first snap of the game from center Lyle Sendlein, will throw his first NFL touchdown, complete more than half his passes or get more than 4.5 yards per attempt.
Wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson are among eight finalists for the NFL's new Sportsmanship Award.
Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim: Difficult to put a timetable on Drew Stanton's return
The Arizona Cardinals have one of the most quotable coaches in the NFL with Bruce Arians.
While the Arizona Cardinals' offense continues to lose players to injury, the defense is about to get a key one back for the biggest game of the season.
It's been a rough season in Chicago and that trend continued on Monday where the Bears struggled to get anything going on offense while the Saints ran out to a 24-0 lead. Chicago did score eventually, but New Orleans moved into the NFC South lead.
The Cowboys have finally broken free from their 8-8 ways, thanks to their superstar foursome -- Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, DeMarco Murray and Jason Witten. With a crucial win Sunday over the Eagles, the only question now is how far they take Dallas.
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A phone call shows Troy Vincent, the NFL executive vice president of football operations, promised Adrian Peterson a two-game suspension.
The NFL's leading rusher has not been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts, however.
A Gruden return would likely signal the end of RGIII in Washington.
Joe Philbin's future with the Dolphins looks to be coming to a close after three seasons with the team.
Another week, another change at quarterback in Washington.
Dan Rubenstein joins The Sporting Gentleman to discuss Odell Beckham and Dez Bryant's brilliance, a shoddy week of officiating, how the Bengals could actually win a playoff game, and more.
A roughing the penalty flag helped Seattle beat San Francisco Sunday. According to the NFL's head of officiating, it shouldn't have been called.
Sunday's NFL action featured a number of key injuries that affected both the NFL landscape and playoff fates for fantasy football owners across the nation. SB Nation medical expert Dr. Ali Mohamadi's Monday morning injury update from the week.