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Arizona Cardinals news 10/28: Looking back at the win and learning

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Cardinals and NFL stories to start the day.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

With the Arizona Cardinals playing on Monday, it means there was a lot more to discuss on Tuesday. Catch up on the many stories there were.


Cardinals Blogs | Keim: Extension meetings with agents upcoming
On this Tuesday morning, General Manager Steve Keim is flying out. It’s to visit Ohio State, he said during his appearance on the "Doug and Wolf" show on Arizona Sports 98.7, and it’s also to speak to agents about contract extensions. Now, Keim was careful not to mention who. It could be about a veteran like a Chris Johnson or Jermaine Gresham, guys that are on one-year deals. It could also be about one of the many defensive backs who are coming into free agency, like Justin Bethel or Rashad Johnson or Jerraud Powers. Maybe a combination, or someone else. But given the amount of potential free agents the Cardinals can have after the season, locking someone down seems prudent if a deal can be reached.

Cardinals Blogs | Arians explains his second-down pass

The Cardinals punted the ball back to the Ravens with two minutes to go Sunday after the Cards were called for intentional grounding on a second-down pass play. The incomplete pass would’ve stopped the clock anyway, and the decision bought the Ravens precious time. Bruce Arians was asked what led to him throwing as opposed to running on the play.

Birds Of A Feather Chat - Browns Week

Short turnaround this week after the Cardinals beat the Ravens on Monday night. The Cards are 5-2 and are headed to Cleveland this weekend. As always, leave a question above. Slightly different time this week -- 1:30 p.m. Arizona time -- when we'll get started.

Around The NFC West - Week 8

Rams, Seahawks keep pace with Cardinals in division race

Cardinals Can Learn From "Almost Losing"

Arians gets team ready for final game before the bye

Arizona Cardinals face secondary contract decisions

Decisions loom for the Cardinals, who have four defensive backs in a contract year.

Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians happy with results

The Cardinals experienced something they rarely have enjoyed since arriving in the Valley nearly 30 years ago.

Bruce Arians identifies four plays that almost cost Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN

Arizona managed to avoid a second straight loss by beating the Ravens on Monday, but some Cardinals miscues made it closer than it shoud've been.

Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians confident in Justin Bethel as corner - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN

Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is confident that Justin Bethel can replace injured starter Jerraud Powers at CB, but overall depth is an issue.

Bruce Arians once heard hot dog vendor in his headset during road game - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN

Arizona Cardinals coach describes his own past headset troubles in the wake of Baltimore's headset problems on Monday night.

Arizona Cardinals' Chris Johnson shows he's not done yet | FOX Sports

After another big game against the Baltimore Ravens, Cardinals running back Chris Johnson has averaged 103 yards per game in seven Monday night games. A lot of people got to see the Chris Johnson that many thought was gone for good.

Down and Distance with Bruce Arians: Cardinals learned a lot by almost losing to Ravens - NBCSPORTS1060.COM

Head coach Bruce Arians had time to review the game film, and, in his words, he saw "a lot of really, really good things, and three or four really poor things."

Freeney spins in like a tornado, notches first sack as a Cardinal

"It felt good to get a sack on the spin move, that always feels good, right," he said after the game. "I got an opportunity to use it because he was over-setting me a little bit, he gave me that inside, so I got an opportunity."

All-Access with Bruce Arians: A lot of good, some bad in win

In this space we will highlight some of what Arians had to say, and Tuesday he talked about his team knocking off the Baltimore Ravens 26-18 on Monday Night Football.

Cardinals may have officially caught some breaks vs. Ravens

It’s pretty much a guarantee in any sport that whoever loses will be miffed with the officiating. That doesn’t mean a team is blaming calls for their demise, just that there is a belief that better work from the referees or umpires would have been helpful to their cause.

Steve Keim Time: A win is a win - Arizona Sports

Cardinals general manager Steve Keim wishes the team had won by a bigger margin. Keim praises Chris Johnson for playing until the whistle.


Jason Pierre-Paul signs 1-year deal with Giants -

The Giants finally have their star pass rusher back. Whether he can produce after suffering a severe hand injury remains to be seen.

2015 NFL power rankings, Week 8: Dolphins, Vikings surge; Eagles, Chargers drop -

The top five remain the same, but a couple new teams are surging up the Top 10.

DeflateGate will not die until Roger Goodell gets his way -

Roger Goodell is fighting for every scrap of power he can preserve under the collective bargaining agreement.

Texans release Ryan Mallett -

Houston has parted ways with its backup quarterback just days after he missed the team flight to Miami.

NFL officiating is for the birds -

Well, except for the Ravens.

The Ravens' nifty OL screen was wiped out because refs badly botched a call -

Hey, look, the Baltimore Ravens are involved in another weird ruling about eligible receivers.

Greg Hardy missed practice prior to Week 7 without notifying the Cowboys -

Greg Hardy is in the news again.