It's Tuesday morning and there is a lot of football content. Bruce Arians met with the media. Steve Keim was on the radio, as were some players. Here are the many stories from around the Web from yesterday.
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What the GM had to say in his weekly radio spot.
Bruce Arians is usually blunt, and he was again when assessing Patrick Peterson’s game in New York.
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Cards QB Drew Stanton has been resilient and has refused to complain about being a backup. And there he was on Sunday at MetLife Stadium against the Giants, making his first start in 1,365 days, and leading the Cardinals to their second straight win with another fourth-quarter comeback.
Andre Ellington has a partially torn tendon in his foot but still managed to rush for 91 yards on just 15 carries against the Giants.
"It’s uncomfortable but he’s getting it up pretty good," Arians added during his Monday press conference.
"He's got more needles sticking in him half the day than most of us in our lifetime," Arians said. "We're still researching what possibly other things we can do for him."
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After the NFL and NFL Players Association hammer out a new drug policy that could shorten the suspensions of several players, the case of Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington would still be in limbo.
It's been so long since he had played in an NFL game, one might have begun to think Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton's name was actually 'Drew Stanton, who hasn't taken a snap since 2010.'
"If he can go, he'll go," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said about Palmer in relation to Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers, which is followed by the team's bye week. "This is one of those crazy things where you'll wake up one day and be fine. We don't know what day that's going to be, though. That's the thing."
Tyrann Mathieu was back on the field for the Arizona Cardinals in Sunday's win over the New York Giants, collecting one tackle in five plays.
"Defensively…we did not tackle well. We had way too many mental errors, which is very unusual for our defense, against what they were doing.
"But that's exactly why we signed Ted, and that was to change field position and to create explosive plays," the GM said. "And that's certainly what he did for us [Sunday]."
The Eagles got off to another slow start, but just like Week 1, the Eagles rallied in the second half and erased a 14-point deficit to pick a win on the road.
Prior to this week, only four teams had not overcome a halftime deficit of more than seven to win since 2008. The Bears ended their streak, and our epidemiology department pinpoints a cure.
It was a rough Sunday in the NFL, with stars like RG3, Ryan Mathews and others getting hurt. PFT Commenter celebrates the lunch pail players who took over.
A 30-second span featuring two questionable decisions by the officials affects an exciting second half back-and-forth between the Eagles and Colts.
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The Vikings are re-activating their all-pro running back, making him likely to play in Week 3 of the NFL season, days after he was arrested and charged with child injury in Montgomery County, Texas.
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III dislocated his ankle during Week 2 action against Jacksonville on Sunday, the team confirmed. No timetable on his return has been set, but he is expected back this season.
It's unclear how much time the star Chiefs running back will miss.
Head coach Ron Rivera addressed the media on Monday and said the team has not made a final decision on defensive end Greg Hardy.
Eric Winston, the president of the NFL Players Association, said on CNN that Roger Goodell should no longer be able to discipline players in the league.