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Arizona Cardinals news 12/31: Bowles interest, players meeting, no injury report

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Another day and the Arizona Cardinals had practice. There is no official injury report, but there was plenty of content from media access and the Internet in general. Get ready for the playoffs.


2014 Birdgang Podcast: Wildcard Weekend - Sports360AZ
In this two hour episode, Joe and Rob cover everything from the week 17 season finale loss in San Francisco to the future of Todd Bowles. Can the Cards handle business this week in Carolina and how how do we think the rest of the NFL season will shake out?

No Turning Back For Cardinals, Ryan Lindley

Hoping for a Yates-like result from QB; Stanton needs to practice if he's going to play

Job To Do, But Todd Bowles In Demand

Notebook: Defensive coordinator attracting interest; Panthers overcome slow start

Cardinals Sound Wrap: Tuesday 12/30

A collection of player and coaches interviews from Tuesday's open locker room period

Cardinals Film Room: The Flea-Flicker TD

A breakdown of Ryan Lindley's tricky first touchdown pass

Arizona Cardinals QB Drew Stanton's injury status still murky

If Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton is going to start his first playoff game, he needs the Cardinals to win on Saturday because strong indications are that he won't play in Carolina.

Arizona Cardinals short on playoff experience

The Carolina Panthers enter the playoffs with a losing record, but have an advantage over the Cardinals that goes beyond the home-field advantage: The Panthers were in the playoffs last year, while the Cardinals haven't been there since 2009.

Bickley: It's time to get excited about the Cardinals

The regular season is over and the Cardinals are still alive.

What Did The Cardinals Learn About Ryan Lindley? - ESPN Video - ESPN

ESPN Video: ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss discusses how quarterback Ryan Lindley progressed from the Seattle game to Arizona's game against San Francisco last weekend, as well as what it would take for Drew Stanton to get back on the field this week.

Arizona Cardinals QB snapshot: Ryan Lindley - ESPN

A quick observation of quarterback Ryan Lindley and how he played in the Arizona Cardinals' 20-17 loss in Week 17:

Panthers QB Cam Newton a dangerous dual threat again | FOX Sports

Carolina QB Cam Newton has rushed 30 times for 197 yards and three touchdowns in his last three games.

Donovan and Randy's 2014 NFL Awards | FOX Sports

Don Bell chats with Donovan McNabb and Randy Moss to discuss their picks for this year's end-of-season honors.

Arizona Cardinals' QB Ryan Lindley takes ‘nice step forward' heading into playoffs

Arizona Cardinals' QB Ryan Lindley takes ‘nice step forward' heading into playoffs

Behind Enemy Lines Wild Card Edition: Carolina Panthers

A look at the other side of the field at the next opponent.


Chiefs LB Justin Houston earns the only award a pass rusher really needs -

Who needs a DPOY when you have TWO Hoss of the Week awards! Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White hands out the hardware to the Chiefs' pass rusher for outstanding conclusion to the season.

Ndamukong Suh wins appeal, will play against Cowboys in playoffs -

Ndamukong Suh will be fined for stepping on Aaron Rodgers' ankle and will be available to play in the playoffs.

Rex Ryan has interviews with Falcons, 49ers -

Former New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has lined up interviews with the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Ryan was recently fired by the Jets...

NFL power rankings, final edition: Seahawks reclaim top spot, Steelers and Ravens move up -

The Seahawks finished the regular season in the same spot they started it, at the top of our NFL power rankings.

Ugly truths about the 20 NFL teams that didn't make the playoffs -

The regular season is over. SB Nation's department of football epidemiology diagnosed where it all went wrong for the team's who aren't going to the postseason.

Bears GM Phil Emery passed over Bruce Arians and drove out Rod Marinelli, per report -

The Bears reportedly let defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli interview candidates during their last head coaching search, then drove him to resign after passing over his first choice, Bruce Arians.