It is Friday! Of course, with the Arizona Cardinals playing Monday, we have an extra day to wait. Here are a bunch of stories you can read to start the day.
Cardinals Blogs | Ravens make first trip to University of Phoenix Stadium
There are only four teams left that have never played at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Ravens — who come in for "Monday Night Football" this week — are one of them.
Tight end built to succeed, but injuries have made journey rocky thus far
Notes: Father Time hasn't won yet; two padded practices; John Brown limited
Hear what the Baltimore Ravens think about the match up on Monday Night Football
The NFL Live crew says the struggling Ravens will not be able to defeat the Cardinals in Week 7.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians expressed optimism that tight end Darren Fells will return soon.
Even though he wasn't required to go through the almost two-hour practice, it didn't matter to the receiver.
Carson Palmer isn't dwelling on his later interception against the Steelers, and he has been making better decisions this season.
Against John Harbaugh's Ravens, Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer has had the most success when throwing between 31-35 times per game.
For the second time in three weeks, the Cardinals failed to properly finish out a game with their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers this past Sunday. Two weeks prior, they had a chance to rally back late and beat the St. Louis Rams, but they were unable to.
"Every game is tough to get over if you don’t win, but you can’t let anything fester," Palmer said. "We’re completely committed to Baltimore (Ravens) and not worrying about anything other than Baltimore and studying anything other than Baltimore. We’re focused solely on them right now."
"No, no, there’s no days off," Fitzgerald said. "From a mental standpoint, you have to be in it, you have to understand what’s going on every single day, and helping your teammates and everybody learn conceptually what you’re trying to get done every day."
The numbers don’t tell the whole story—and they never do—but they do help to paint the narrative of the Arizona Cardinals, at least in the two losses suffered six weeks into the season. The numbers are 46 and 45.
Real tough guy.
You know it's a bad penalty when two players react the same way.
Kirk Cousins is not playing very well, but Jay Gruden insists he'll be fine. That's going to hurt Washington's season. And we've got the numbers to prove it.
Jay Ratliff was reportedly escorted out of Halas Hall by police Wednesday.
This week, Stephen White, Danny Kelly and RVB diagnose Seattle, offer some advice for the Bills, have a frank discussion about Matt Cassel and Alex Smith, take a big dump on the Titans and SO MUCH MORE!
Forget all the offensive stars -- it's the action on the other side of the ball that may determine who wins one of the league's weakest division.
Is he really ageless or does he just think he is?
Jacksonville will play one home game per year in London for at least another five years, and has the option to keep playing there until 2025.