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12/17 Arizona Cardinals news: Preparing for the Seahawks

Your daily news update of the Cardinals and NFL

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Around The NFC West - Week 16
A look at the Cardinals' divisional opponents, including upcoming foe Seattle

Cardinals Film Room: Stepfan Taylor Finds A Lane
A breakdown of the 21-yard fourth-quarter run which set up a crucial field goal

Birds Of A Feather Chat - Seahawks Week
New chat about another week of injury rebound

Cardinals Blogs | Another loss: Stinson goes to injured reserve
It's official the impressive rookie will not return in 2014

Playoff scenarios for Arizona Cardinals as Week 16 approaches
The best scenario.. win.

Calais Campbell named Arizona Cardinals' nominee for Walter Payton award
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell will represent the organization this year as a nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

Behind Enemy Lines Week 16: Seattle Seahawks
What to expect in the second matchup of the season

'Next man up' is a real thing for the 2014 Arizona Cardinals
The record of personnel losses

How hard will it be for Cardinals to keep Seahawks under 14 points? - ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks have scored fewer than 14 points just once this season and have the NFL's top rushing offense.

Arizona Cardinals QB snapshot: Ryan Lindley - ESPN
The poor first outing may have been a reflection of the lack of practice

Seahawks prepare for unproven Arizona QBs - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The Cardinals depth chart will consist of unproven quarterbacks Ryan Lindley and Logan Thomas


NFL power rankings, Week 16: Patriots back on top, Packers tumble -
Big wins from the Patriots and Seahawks, not so much from the Packers. Let's rank them all!

3 is a magic number in the NFL -
Third quarters, third downs ... some NFL teams have a weird relationship with the number this season. The SB Nation department of football epidemiology has a full report on ailing franchises.

Jeremy Mincey, the unsung hero of the Cowboys' win -
The Cowboys kept the Eagles' offense in check for a key victory. Jeremy Mincey's two sacks were a big part of that, so he's taking home Stephen White's Hoss of the Week award.

Chris Conte said some dangerous things about playing with concussions -
Chris Conte says he's fine trading off longevity for a fun football career. This is not really how that works.

RG3, Jay Gruden trying to get on the same page again -
Whatever they think about each other behind closed doors, Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden appear to be determined to make the best of the rest of the season.

FCC can't stop Tom Brady from cursing -
Tom Brady likes to swear when playing football. If you have a problem with that, then go to the FCC.

The Bears' naked discontent -
With two weeks left in the season, the Bears can't contain their discord any longer. The sources are frustrated, and they're no longer anonymous.

Bernie Kosar rips Browns' front office in defense of Johnny Manziel -
The former Browns star is not pleased with the current state of the team, and is blaming the men upstairs.

Cowboys believe DeMarco Murray can play Sunday -
Murray has a chance to play against the Colts in a must-win game for Dallas.

Browns player gives passionate statement after police demand apology -
Receiver Andrew Hawkins doesn't believe a "call for justice" should offend anyone.