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1/2 Arizona Cardinals news: Containing Cam Newton and Panther previews

Your daily news update of the Cardinals and NFL

Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports


Cardinals Concentrate On Cam Newton
Notebook: Stanton won't play against Panthers; Cooper's difficult season

How the Cardinals can beat the Panthers -
If the struggling Cardinals are going to beat the Panthers this weekend, they'll need to stop Cam Newton, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.

Insider Trading: Talking Cardinals vs. Panthers
Previewing Saturday's Wild Card game with the writers who cover them

Behind Enemy Lines Wild Card Edition: Carolina Panthers
What the Cardinals can expect against Carolina

Carolina's Cam Newton presents big problem for Arizona Cardinals' defense
Cardinals are used to playing QBs who can run

Ryan Lindley to start for Arizona Cardinals in playoffs vs. Panthers
Stanton's injury is still too severe

Antonio Cromartie not yet thinking about how he compares free agency - ESPN
"I would definitely like to return," the Arizona Cardinals cornerback said. "But at the end of the day, that's not my decision."

A 2015 job could be at stake for Arizona Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley - ESPN
If Lindley leads Arizona to a playoff win Saturday, the Cardinals could -- and should -- have a backup quarterback controversy.

NFC wild card preview: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers - ESPN
A preview of Saturday's NFC wild-card matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers.


The NFL quarterbacks who create something out of nothing -
This year's NFL postseason field is headlined by a new generation of mobile, savvy quarterbacks who create big plays from outside the pocket. SB Nation goes deep for a closer look at how they do it, and how defenses can try to stop them.

Ravens vs. Steelers: Changing the game plan if Le'Veon Bell sits -
Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White explains how the Ravens could make life very difficult for Ben Roethlisberger if the Steelers don't have running back Le'Veon Bell for their Wild Card game Saturday.