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7/31 Arizona Cardinals news: Camp updates and Peterson breakdowns

Your Thursday roundup of Arizona Cardinals and NFC West news.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

A breakdown of every touchdown Patrick Peterson allowed and whether they're valid or not; plus, some training camp updates from Cards Camp as well as the other three teams around the NFC West.

Cardinals

Deal Done, Title Next For Patrick Peterson
Now the highest-paid cornerback, Pro Bowler seeks to lift Lombardi Trophy

Cardinals Blogs | For Peterson, Sherman exchanges are "fun"
"I don’t how he feels about it, but I think it’s fun, healthy competition," Peterson said.

Cardinals Blogs | Arians talks Peterson
Arians called him the "perfect citizen." He also said that while the contract situation would not have affected Peterson, he was happy to avoid the distraction through the media had it not been done.

Arizona Cardinals training camp report: July 30, 2014
Quote: "It's not like reading Mandarin anymore. You can actually understand what's going on and what's expected and what your assignments are."

Patrick Peterson richest cornerback in NFL, time to prove he's most talented, too
Now that the Cardinals have made him "the highest-paid cornerback in the league," as he joyfully mentioned multiple times in a news conference on Wednesday, it is time to see if he can live up to what that title implies, that he is also the best cornerback in the league.

Breaking Down Every Touchdown Allowed by Patrick Peterson in 2013 | Bleacher Report
On the heels of the Arizona Cardinals signing Patrick Peterson to the richest cornerback contract in NFL history, much of the talk has been whether the 24-year-old is worth the five-year, $70.05 million extension—more specifically, whether he is worth more than Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman.

Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner thankful for patience of fans, organization ArizonaSports.com
"I still do think back to one of the first times I was in the building and I'm running off the sideline and I'm getting booed out of the stadium," he remembered, laughing. "And what a big turnaround that is that has your name now going up in the stadium."

Around the NFC West

49ers training camp practice recap: Day 6 features strong play from Perrish Cox, Darryl Morris - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers wrapped up their sixth day of practice. We've got a look at some of the news from Wednesday's practice.

Aldon Smith down in LA to wrap up LAX incident - Niners Nation
Aldon Smith will miss the 49ers Wednesday practice session while he finishes up some business in LA. He has an administrative hearing regarding the LAX incident, at which point this should be in the rear view mirror.

Walter Jones, the quiet giant, goes to Canton - SBNation.com
Walter Jones didn't need to go to training camp or be outspoken. He just showed up and dominated for more than a decade. Now he's headed to the Hall of Fame.

Seahawks Tuesday Training Camp notes - Field Gulls
What I saw from practice on Tuesday.

Larmacus Joyner is turning heads at training camp - Turf Show Times
The Rams may have found their next defensive super star

Benny Cunningham talks about the Rams running back battle - Turf Show Times
The third man in the Rams running back battle offered his thoughts on he's learned after last season as well as what he thinks about Tre Mason.