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2/20 Arizona Cardinals news: Fitz's contract isn't only one that needs restructuring

Your daily news update of the Cardinals and NFL

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If Healthy, Larry Fitzgerald Will Get The Ball
Notes: Washington can apply for reinstatement in March; Arians wants more LB speed

With Some, Teams Weigh Risk Against Reward
Mathieu turned out to be golden for Cardinals; Green-Beckham is a test for 2015 draft

Cardinals Blogs | Goodwin will get more chances to call plays
Arians is looking to help develop Goodwin into a great coach

Cardinals Blogs | Foote to join coaching staff
What looks to be a young inside linebacker corps will benefit from Foote's continued guidance

Cardinals Blogs | With Fitzgerald done, next on to-do list
Dockett, Ginn and more all have problematic contract situations

Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians says Patrick Peterson battled blood sugar issues in 2014
The injury problem alluded seems more serious than originally perceived

Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim discusses team's approach to free agency
The key to understanding the Cardinals offseason moves

Arizona Cardinals to add Larry Foote to coaching staff, though he may still play in 2015
Is there a more stranger situation in the NFL for a player? ... Coach? ... I don't know

Arizona Cardinals' Steve Keim: Andre Ellington needs to get bigger, stronger
Another season cut short and Ellington may be labeled as 'injury-prone'

AZ (still) on first-name basis with Fitz
The Arizona Cardinals just guaranteed the first Cardinals-only HOF player

Arizona Cardinals GM Keim: Team will have contract discussions with Darnell Dockett
Fitzgerald's deal is complete, Dockett is next

Keeping Larry Fitzgerald healthy is next on Arizona Cardinals' agenda - ESPN
After two-injury marred seasons, the Cardinals hope newly re-signed Larry Fitzgerald can stay healthy in 2015

Arians: Carson Palmer three to four weeks ahead of schedule - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Carson Palmer is 'at least three to four weeks' ahead of schedule, coach Bruce Arians said


2015 NFL Combine: Tight ends take part in the bench press -
The tight ends hit the weights on Thursday morning, hoping to make a solid impression.

2015 NFL Combine: Offensive line bench press results -
The big boys got on the bench today to show off how much the weight room sessions paid off throughout college.

Rams ending popular St. Louis fan events, promotions -
The Rams told staffers they will not hold the Fan Fest this August, at a time the team is toning back its marketing efforts in St. Louis while owner Stan Kroenke plans to build an NFL stadium in L.A.

Talking technique with offensive linemen at the NFL Combine -
Danny Kelly spoke with linemen about what puts them in unique position to make the transition to the NFL, as well as asking the toughest defensive linemen they faced in college.

'Turtles and colors and stuff': Fun play call cards making it hard for NFL to evaluate QBs -
What has become a must for many college football teams is making life difficult for pro coaches and general managers.

Navy long snapper Joe Cardona's unique path to the NFL -
He might be the best long snapper in the draft, but we might not see him in the pros this season.

Brandon Scherff, who can now lift 480 pounds, was a high school QB -
He also played tennis.

Joe Flacco is elite and other takeaways from day 1 at the 2015 NFL Combine -
Wednesday at the Combine we confirmed Flacco's eliteness, talked A LOT about process, suffered through some terrible player media sessions and listened to John Harbaugh explain an important religious loophole.

Rams grant Sam Bradford permission to seek trade, according to report -
The Rams have reportedly told Sam Bradford he can seek a trade. Where are the most likely landing spots for the former No. 1 overall draft pick?

Colts told NFL about deflated footballs before AFC Championship to 'level the playing field' -
The Indianapolis Colts told the NFL days before playing the AFC Championship that they thought the New England Patriots were deflating footballs. It appears they were right in their assertion.