The Arizona Cardinals were off on Sunday and will have a closed practice on Monday. There was football, too, as the Hall of Fame Game kicked off the football season.
Here are the stories that you might not have seen.
Episode 92 - NFC West Division with Jess Root — 2 Guys Podcast
Previewing the Cardinals
Cardinals Blogs | A week at camp, and closed practice Monday
They will practice Monday, but that practice will not be open to the public. The open workouts resume Tuesday.
Hall Of A Night For Aeneas Williams
Cornerback gives passionate speech as he enters Hall of Fame
In football, the saying has a twist: With a great contract comes great responsibility.
Welcome to #CardsMailbag, a weekly installment that allows you to ask me questions about the Arizona Cardinals throughout the week via Twitter @joshweinfuss. I'll answer them every week during training camp. Make sure to use the hashtag #CardsMailbag.
Coaches have different ways of getting their points across, but one way is pretty uniform across any sport on any level.
Talented Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu thought about suicide during his lowest moments.
And yes, the days do add up for the Cardinals' Drew Stanton, who might be the most inactive quarterback you've either ever, or never, heard about.
Sam Acho says he's back at full strength, and Earl Watford has unique study habits.
After arriving at the Cardinals facility Friday morning, new signee and veteran tackle Max Starks took his spot in the secondary locker room with most of the rookies and younger players.
The 2014 NFL preseason is officially underway and New York opened with a 17-13 win against Buffalo in the Hall of Fame Game.
For 14 years, the Tampa Bay linebacker was the master of his craft.
Jerry Kramer does not need to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His daughter, Alicia Kramer, needs it badly.
Same as the College Football Hall of Fame: USC and Notre Dame.
Former punter Ray Guy will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame this weekend, the first punter ever to make it to Canton. We turned to Rams punter Johnny Hekker for some insight on this historic occasion.
Most Hall of Fame busts depict non-smiling faces. Michael Strahan features a huge grin, complete with an even more huge tooth gap.
Michael Strahan says every aspect of his football career was "improbable." He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Buffalo is the most anti-Jon Bon Jovi place on the planet at the moment, and the potential new owner of the Bills is trying to change that with his first public comments about his pursuit of the franchise.
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- Drew Stanton, 'the perfect guy' as No. 2 QB, still has 'goal to be a starting quarterback'
- Arizona Cardinals training camp: Why Max Starks was signed