The Arizona Cardinals were back on the practice field on Monday after their bye. Here are the stories that came from it.
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"Wednesday and Thursday would be huge this week," Arians said.
"He nicknamed me Smokey because when I first came out, I was blacker than what I am now," Brown said, referring to his skin color. "Most people are like, ‘Why they call you Smokey? Because you are fast?’ But no."
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"He knows what he wants vs. every coverage, and he's got a system for calling plays late in the shot clock," Arians said. "You can try to disguise some (coverages), but he's going to find them out sooner or later.
An indictment publicly released late Friday charges Dwyer with felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors, including assault, criminal damage and disorderly conduct.
"I think it's been very, very solid," coach Bruce Arians said. "We're running the ball when we want to run the ball well, the quarterback's been clean for the majority of the time and people are starting to have to blitz us which is a nice thing."
First team reps have been hard to come by for Arizona Cardinals guard Jonathan Cooper.
"Don't believe it," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said of how the team can avoid getting caught up in the hype and feeling too good about itself so early in the season. "It's a short elevator ride back to the ****house."
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The coach has been let go after Oakland started 0-4.
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The Vikes got good news when an MRI cleared their starting quarterback for the short week ahead.
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