Good morning, Cardinals fans. It is Friday. Bruce Arians didn't speak on Thursday. It was time for the coordinators to do that. Patrick Peterson commented on his play this year and the upcoming matchup. Here are today's stories to kick off your day.
Cardinals Blogs | A stretch relatively rare for Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald now has 432 yards on 30 catches this season. It’s been a good stretch. And looking back on Fitz’s career, it’s been among the best stretches of his illustrious career.
Cornerback turns the corner in terms of preparation, focus -- which his play reflects
Notes: Fitzgerald deflects praise; Mathieu analyzes his speed; Ellington practices full
The Cardinals linebacker talks about his friendship with NBA star Draymond Green
Calvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions talk about preparing to face the Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals benefit from Andre Ellington's return
Calais Campbell talks about meeting Will Ferrell, what he would like to do after his football career is over and more.
Patrick Peterson has shed some weight but added some gray matter. That’s why he thinks he’s off to a hot start in 2015.
The Arizona Cardinals have three healthy and well-conditioned running backs at their disposal against the Lions, for the first time this season.
Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is pleased with the way he’s been playing so far this season. He just wishes he could get a little bit more work every Sunday.
Quarterback Carson Palmer, like everyone else, was upset after the game, but after he had time to take it all in, he feels the team’s learned their lesson from the loss, and it’s made them stronger in the process.
Between the time you’re reading this and the moment you sit down to watch Arizona take on ASU in Tempe, the Arizona Cardinals will in play in Glendale once.
The Indianapolis Colts set an NFL record with 16 consecutive wins over divisional rivals after beating the Houston Texans on Thursday.
Class gesture from Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who dedicated his game ball from Thursday's win over the Houston Texans to a woman who died of cancer earlier in the day.
The list includes the usual suspects: Denver, Green Bay and New England. But it also includes two teams from the NFC South and the Bengals. Clearly, we need to take a closer look.
Coyle is the first person to suffer the consequences for the Dolphins' abysmal 1-3 start following a big offseason spending spree.
We're a quarter of the way through the NFL season. Ted Ginn is the 4-0 Panthers' No. 1 receiver, just like we all predicted. Stephen White, Danny Kelly and RVB also spend a little time talking about the Week 5 games AND helpful internet safety tips.
Chuck Pagano and Bill O'Brien aren't just rivals in the AFC South. They're also battling to see whose seat is hottest.