The Cardinals are hurting. They lost Chris Johnson. They turn to David Johnson. They won't add Ray Rice. Here are today's Bird Droppings.
Birds Of A Feather Chat - Rams Week
Hey again everyone. We'll be chatting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, so leave a question above and as usual, I'll get to as many as I can. The Cardinals are 9-2 heading to St. Louis this week.
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After it came out that Chris Johnson had a fracture in his knee (to be clear, it is a tibial plateau fracture, with a chip in the tibia near the knee), it was pretty clear he was going to miss some time. The Cardinals clarified that Tuesday when CJ was put on the IR-designated to return list, meaning he cannot play before the Super Bowl. You know, assuming the Cardinals can get there.
Bickley: Next man up was once a battle cry in Arizona, a symbol of resilience and fortitude. Now, the slogan makes me sick.
Arizona Cardinals defense must heed lessons from 2014
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Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians thinks that rookie running back David Johnson will excel as the featured running back down the stretch.
David Johnson leads all rookie running backs and receivers with eight total touchdowns -- four rushing, three receiving and one return touchdown.
The Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu is used to facing high expectations, and in his third NFL season, he's starting to play up to them.
NFL.com's Adam Schein thinks the Cardinals may be able to pull off an even bigger win in Santa Clara come February.
No team has clinched a playoff berth yet, but the NFL playoff picture is starting to come together with five games to go in the regular season.
As important as Chris Johnson has been up until this point, it’s also fair to wonder if that needle was on "E".
A healthy Tyrann Mathieu is an outstanding football player. If you didn't know that before, you're learning it now.
All the happenings with the St. Louis Rams as they prepare to host the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome.
The Lions defensive came into the league as a talented, but raw, pass rusher in 2013. Last Thursday, he showed the world just how far he's come.
Finally a shakeup at the top!
Anthony Levine lined up outside of the neutral zone, according to NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino.
It looked like the Browns were going to pull off a dramatic comeback win. NOPE.
Josh McCown's season is over, meaning that the Browns now have a difficult decision to make. Though Johnny Manziel was active, the Browns left him on the bench in the fourth quarter of Monday's wild game against the Ravens.