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Arizona Cardinals news 9/2: Anticipating the regular season

Cardinals and NFL links to start your day

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We're back to the grind after a holiday weekend. Here are your Cardinals and NFL stories to start the day.


Deone Bucannon Ready To Go
First-round pick hit stride as preseason went along

Cards' Bethel takes the cake in making big plays

The Cardinals knew they were drafting a special-teams ace in Justin Bethel in 2012.

QB 'whisperer' Tom Moore still getting after it for Arizona Cardinals

He's entering his 50th season as a football coach. He turns 76 in a couple of months. And if you think Tom Moore should start thinking about slowing down and finally retire, well, you don't know Tom Moore.

Most anticipated Cardinals games | FOX Sports

The players give the games they most look forward to.

How the West Was Won - Week 1

Ask the experts -- the NFC West is the toughest division in football.


J.J. Watt, Texans agree on 6-year $100 million extension -

J.J. Watt may just be the best defensive player in the NFL and now he's paid like it.

What makes Derek Carr so special? -

The Raiders named Derek Carr their starting quarterback on Monday evening. Danny Kelly has a closer look at the quarterback the Raiders have been looking for.

NFL news roundup: Ray McDonald says 'truth will come out' about arrest -

The San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman says that his arrest for felony domestic violence is not what it appears while Alex Smith becomes the latest quarterback to earn a big payday.

Michael Sam will not be signed to the Rams practice squad - Turf Show Times

Despite a ringing endorsement from Jeff Fisher, the Rams will not be adding Michael Sam to the team's practice squad.

NFL waiver claim and practice squad tracker: All the action since Saturday's roster deadline -

Just because Saturday's 53-man roster deadline has passed doesn't mean NFL teams are sitting tight. Big names are being processed through waivers ahead of Thursday's regular-season kickoff.