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Arizona Cardinals news 2/9: What could have been and other NFL news

Monday morning Cardinals and NFL links.

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Arizona Cardinals 2014 Season Review: What Could Have Been?
Arizona Cardinals 2014 Season Review: What Could Have Been?: After a hot start, injuries tore apart the Cardinals’ championship hopes. How good could they have been? Read it now on numberFire!

Introducing Defensive Coordinator James Bettcher
Get to know newly promoted defensive coordinator James Bettcher.


Tom Clements to assume play-calling duties, Edgar Bennett to offensive coordinator, per report - Acme Packing Company
Chris Havel of The Fan 107.5 reports major changes to the offensive coaching staff.

The Chicago Bears want you to take them off this list -
Sure, will do, Bears.

One year later, has Michael Sam been frozen out of the NFL? - Outsports
A year ago today Michael Sam came out publicly to a tsunami of support. Yet comments from NFL executives foretold his next 12 months as he struggled to latch onto a team as an openly gay man. Now he's fighting harder than ever to get into the league.

Richie Incognito, Bills agree to terms of contract -
Richie Incognito is back in the NFL, reaching an agreement in principle with the Bills. The offensive lineman, suspended in 2013 but reinstated in 2014, hasn't played in the NFL in more than a year.

Mike Wallace, Dolphins GM reportedly have sit down -
Mike Wallace's second season in Miami ended on an ugly note, but the wide receiver and general manager Dennis Hickey reportedly had a meal together this week.

Are Carolina Panthers finished with Greg Hardy? -
Greg Hardy is expected to receive significant interest on the free-agent market, but don't expect it to come from the Carolina Panthers. Around The NFL's Dan Hanzus explains.

Brian Hoyer: 'No doubt' I'll get a shot at starting in '15 -
Brian Hoyer's season didn't end well. However, the veteran quarterback said he believes there is "no doubt" he'll get a shot at a starting quarterback job in 2015, wherever that may be.

Would Baltimore Ravens cut ties with Haloti Ngata? -
The Baltimore Ravens are likely to ask Haloti Ngata to redo his contract and lower a $16 million cap number. Would Baltimore cut the defensive lineman if a deal can't get done?