It is Saturday! The final day before Gameday! Here are some last minute articles to satisfy your NFL needs.
Cardinals running back Chris Johnson was fined $8,681 for a chop block in the second quarter of Arizona's loss to the Steelers.
When the Cardinals don't force turnovers under Bruce Arians, chances are that they'll lose.
Tight end built to succeed, but injuries have made journey rocky thus far
The Cardinals' safety talks about growing up in a military family
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. paid Cardinals cornerback the ultimate compliment earlier in the week when he said Peterson's turning into a "savvy vet," and he's taking the NFL "by storm."
I am watching this QB lead a team, inspire a fan base and prove all of the doubters wrong, while at the same time forcing the country to recognize his team as a title contender.
Keim and the rest of the team's pro scouting staff have done their best work months later, adding key players all the way through training camp.
Offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin wants to see a spark return to the team's rushing game.
That's because Peterson is working harder off the field, too, spending more time studying offenses and receivers.
"We want somebody that loves football, that has an upside," Arians said. "I mean, you can find a ton of guys who will come work their ass off. But you don't want them out there playing on Sunday. They make good son-in-laws. You want an upside, but also a guy who is really into football."
Here are our NFL Nation reporters' predictions for Week 7.
The policy states that anyone believed by commissioner Roger Goodell to be in violation can be placed on paid leave at any time
The Steelers left open the possibility that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could return to action Sunday for their game at Kansas City after a three-game absence.
Minnesota Vikings rookie receiver Stefon Diggs has a knack for making plays in space.
The Baltimore Ravens are not considering trading wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., coach John Harbaugh said Friday.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant did not practice Friday but is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the New York Giants.
It's time for another round of bold predictions from the Around The NFL team. Remember, these predictions are not for the faint of heart.
"Colin's our quarterback," Tomsula said Friday, via the Sacramento Bee. "No controversy."