There is a game tomorrow and there was a lot of news yesterday. So take a few minutes to see what you might have missed.
Cardinals Blogs | Stanton to start against 49ers
Bruce Arians made it simple Friday, announcing that Drew Stanton will start at quarterback for the Cardinals Sunday.
The bumps aren’t over yet, either. “It’s only Week 3,” Arians said. “Something’s coming.”
A glance at five top storylines for the Cardinals-49ers game Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium:
Notebook: Concussion ends linebacker's season; Stanton to start at quarterback against 49ers
Defensive end knows Cardinals need him to shine as personnel thins
"Adversity, it comes in all different sizes, shapes and forms," Fitzgerald said. "You have to be able to deal with it. Everybody’s dealing with it in some way or form. We got this type of issue here. Washington’s dealing with injuries.
When the Arizona Cardinals re-signed punter Drew Butler, it meant starter Dave Zastudil was still on the mend.
My prediction: Cardinals 21, 49ers 18
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It's that time of the year again, when NFC West rivals start going head-to-head.
This one could get ugly. The meat grinder is where this game is going to be decided on both sides of the ball, that violent area of the box where blood and dirt become part of the uniform and line mouth guards. The team that blocks and tackles and executes the fundamentals of the game the best will be victorious this Sunday.
Roger Goodell's press conference was another exercise in bureaucratic response, the same thing we've been hearing for weeks. Despite a lot of promises, does it seem like anything's going to change?
Sending a speedster on a go route isn't the only way to get a big play. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White looks at some of the ways offensive coordinators are making life tougher for defenses.
Literally taking songs and making them about Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.
Take a look back at history following the worst football news week ever.
The commissioner admitted personal mistakes in the handling of recent domestic violence cases, but offered little else.
An ESPN Outside the Lines report was released on Friday that contradicted the stories of Ravens executives as well as NFL personnel.
Threatening to take away the NFL's tax-exempt status may be the nudge the NFL needs to fix the off-field issues that ail it.
The NFL commissioner spoke to the press, players watched with interest.
One of Howard Stern's writers made his presence known on Friday afternoon.
Apparently a refresher was needed.
Hennepin County court has petitioned for a protective order that would keep the running back from any unsupervised or unauthorized contact with his 4-year-old son.
Procter & Gamble has canceled a breast cancer awareness campaign, citing the league's questionable response to recent off-field issues.