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7/3 Arizona Cardinals news: Tyrann Mathieu runs; Carson Palmer '3rd-tier QB'

Your Thursday roundup of Arizona Cardinals and NFL news.

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Guess what? Tyrann Mathieu is getting closer to football, just like we are. *Praises Jesus*


Tenacious Part 6 - 'A Cruel Summer'
See how far safety Tyrann Mathieu has come in his recovery from knee surgery in the latest episode of Tenacious.

ESPN: Arizona Cardinals' Carson Palmer a 'third tier' QB
Palmer is tied with the Rams' Sam Bradford for 21st, while Seattle's Russell Wilson is tied for eighth and San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick comes in at 14th.

Prisco: Patrick Peterson is NFL's eighth-best player, best cornerback
Patrick Peterson. Richard Sherman. Maybe Darrelle Revis or Joe Haden. Who is the best cornerback in the NFL? Larry Fitzgerald is the face of Arizona Cardinals


Can Kendall Hunter be more than just another face in the crowd? -
Kendall Hunter has been trying to establish his role in San Francisco since 2011. With a crowded roster of running backs around him, will he finally push through?

Digging deeper into the 49ers' run-pass ratio - Niners Nation
The 49ers are widely considered to be one of the most run-heavy teams in the NFL. Using data from Football Perspective, we delve a bit deeper into that notion and consider what that might mean for San Francisco's run/pass ratio next season.

Quarterback rankings continue to go over well on the internet - Field Gulls
No one will have a problem with these rankings.

Flashback: Pete Carroll interviewed right before Super Bowl XLVIII - Field Gulls
I re-post this video because Pete Carroll elucidates on several topics that have been at the forefront of things this offseason.

Who is the Rams most overrated & most underrated player? - Turf Show Times
So who could be the Rams most overrated and underrated players? Is Sam Bradford mentioned? What about Chris Long? You know you want to find out.

Is Sam Bradford a third-tier quarterback? - Turf Show Times
ESPN's Mike Sando got eight general managers, two former GMs, four pro personnel evaluators, seven coordinators, two head coaches, two position coaches and a top executive to rank every starting QB. The results are telling.