It is still the holiday weekend, so enjoy it while catching up on the latest from the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL.
Cardinals Blogs | Fewer practice throws for Palmer
It’s that time of year. You can tell from the injury report — it’s the longest it’s been all season this week, and that addition of safety Deone Bucannon on Thanksgiving with a concussion makes you pause — and Bruce Arians said earlier this week the Cardinals were going without pads heading into the 49ers game. It only makes sense, as banged up as they are.
Safety Deone Bucannon proving to be a solid choice at "dollar linebacker"
Patrick Peterson talks about welcoming his first child into the world on Thanksgiving night.
Michael Floyd talks about his week of preparation heading into the game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Michael Floyd's recovery from a hamstring injury is going well -- he practiced Friday and said he feels ready to play against the 49ers.
In an effort to preserve his arm for a potential playoff run, the Cardinals are going to cut down on veteran Carson Palmer's throwing in practice.
Quarterback Carson Palmer says the team is beginning to embrace the role of the hunted, instead of the other way around.
Fortunately for the Cardinals, those nightmares can turn into sweet dreams, now that Bryant’s on their side, after he signed with the team on Thanksgiving Day.
Tony Romo left the game in the third quarter and will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a hairline fracture in his collarbone.
The Eagles' defense was among the NFL's best just a couple weeks ago, but gave up 45 points in back-to-back games for the first time ever.
That's a vicious burn.
Dallas hasn't ruled out Romo for the rest of the season. Jerry Jones is delusional.