The Arizona Cardinals offseason officially began on Sunday. There were exit interviews, cleaning out lockers, a Bruce Arians presser and media access one last time.
Here is the Sunday coverage there was:
On Larry Fitzgerald: "We'll Hope He's Back"
Contract likely to be addressed with veteran wide receiver
Memorable Season, But Big Decisions Await Cardinals
Futures of free agents, Fitzgerald among the potential change in 2015
Rehabbing QBs Set To Return In 2015
Notebook: Palmer on track with knee; Cromartie's future; Bowles set for interviews
Exit Interviews: Cardinals Reflect On 2014
Bruce Arians and players met the media one final time looking back on the season
Arizona Cardinals' Cardinals' season is over, but it was a great ride
It's never easy to admit that it's over, even when in truth, it was probably over for the Cardinals a month ago.
Until Week 1 of the 2015 season, the Arizona Cardinals consists solely of head coach Bruce Arians. Between then and now, much could change about the Cardinals.
Three teams have officially submitted the proper paperwork to request an interview with Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Arizona head coach Bruce Arians said Sunday.
Cardinals wide receiver Jaron Brown will miss the next four to six months as he recovers from fracturing his scapula, or shoulder blade, in Saturday’s 27-16 wild card loss to Carolina, Arizona coach Bruce Arians said.
At the start of his season-ending news conference Sunday morning, Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians took a moment to reflect on the passing of ESPN SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott.
If Larry Fitzgerald's 11-year run with the Arizona Cardinals ended Saturday night under a rainy fog in Charlotte, North Carolina, his final stat line will read: 3 catches on 8 targets for 31 yards and no touchdowns.
Butler said he went through his typical warm-up and pregame routine and "felt pretty good about it." He then proceeded to kick nine punts for a career-low average of 34.8 yards per punt.
The futures of Larry Fitzgerald, Todd Bowles and Darnell Dockett are among the biggest questions facing the Cardinals this offseason.
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's future with the Cardinals promises to be the subject of much speculation in the coming weeks and months, but Fitzgerald wasn't willing to fan the flames on Saturday night. Fitzgerald is set to count $23.
The Cardinals finished Saturday's loss to the Panthers with 78 yards, a record low for an NFL team in a playoff game and one last illustration of how hamstrung they looked running an offense with Ryan Lindley at the controls. Arizona averaged 1.
Sometimes lost amid the Arizona Cardinals' struggles at quarterback is that they actually have a very capable passer already on the roster in Carson Palmer.
As the injuries continued to mount at a rather ludicrous speed, the members of the Arizona Cardinals wore brave faces and said all the right things.
Tyrann Mathieu did not want his offseason to begin just yet.
Yet another playoff loss may have put Marvin Lewis' job with the Bengals in jeopardy.
Thomas Dimitroff could still get fired if the new head coach of the Atlanta Falcons wants the team to go in a different direction.
The Lions could still make a play for impending free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
Doug Marrone reportedly stormed out of the Bills' draft room after the team traded up to select Sammy Watkins.
Four more picks in this year's draft are in place starting with the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 21.
The ugly duckling of the NFL playoffs used a stifling defense and hard-charging running game to get a Wild Card weekend win. Just how far deep into the postseason can the Panthers go?