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3/25 Arizona Cardinals news: Pagano, Bowles, Whiz all praise the Cards

Your daily news update of the Cardinals and NFL.

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Cardinals:

Pagano: James Bettcher "A Great Teacher"
Notes: Bowles would "lose my left arm" for Arians; Medical timeout in effect

Cardinals Cheerleaders Auditions Coming
Dance clinics available to learn style and expectations of team's squad

Cardinals Blogs | Whisenhunt’s "great memories" of time with Cards
It's easy to forget just how great Whiz's first three seasons was for the organization.

Yahoo! Sports' Robinson on Adrian Peterson saga: 'There are a lot of bridges to be napalmed'
Despite the constant news the situation could become much worse.

ESPN's Paolantonio: No serious discussions between Arizona Cardinals and Minnesota Vikings for Adrian Peterson
The deteriorating situation with Peterson has not led the Vikings to seek a trade.

Report: Arizona Cardinals to work out QB Brett Hundley
The team may be looking to bring in competition for Logan Thomas.

Arizona Cardinals keep faith in Jonathan Cooper - ESPN
Cooper is moved to right side to make room for free agent Mike Iupati.

Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim collects another award - ESPN
Keim is honored with another Executive of the Year award.

NFL:

2015 NFL mock draft: Jameis Winston to Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 1 - SBNation.com
The ninth annual SB Nation NFL Writers Mock Draft kicks off in expected fashion, with quarterback Jameis Winston landing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Grade the pick below!

2015 NFL mock draft: Marcus Mariota to Tennessee Titans at No. 2 - SBNation.com
Will the Titans stick with Zach Mettenberger as their quarterback prospect and address other needs, or will the draw of a quarterback with a higher ceiling prove too much to pass on?

2015 NFL mock draft: Vic Beasley to Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 3 - SBNation.com
The Jaguars are picking in the top five for a fourth straight NFL Draft. How should they follow up selections of Justin Blackmon, Luke Joeckel, and Blake Bortles in 2015?

2015 NFL mock draft: Leonard Williams to Oakland Raiders at No. 4 - SBNation.com
The Raiders already have key pieces in place, including pass rusher Khalil Mack. Could another stud prospect slide into their laps in 2015?

2015 NFL mock draft: La'el Collins to Washington at No. 5 - SBNation.com
Washington fans take their offensive line seriously, and it's a need for the team entering the 2015 NFL Draft. But is there a prospect worthy of being selected that early?

2015 NFL mock draft: Kevin White to New York Jets at No. 6 - SBNation.com
Regardless of who is playing quarterback for the Jets, they're going to need more targets - and Kevin White is arguably the best receiver available this year.

John Harbaugh still fighting Patriots' playoff trick play - SBNation.com
Surprise! The Ravens head coach was lobbying to change the rules about eligible and ineligible receivers at the league meetings this week.

The Dolphins aren't letting history stand in their way - SBNation.com
Winning free agency doesn't concern Joe Philbin.

Adrian Peterson wants out of Minnesota, Cowboys reportedly interested - SBNation.com
The best running back of this generation is having a stand-off with his current team, and the Cowboys could benefit.

Rex Ryan has no use for Darrelle Revis, is the same as ever - SBNation.com
Meetings with coaches Tuesday confirmed a couple things we've always known: Rex Ryan is an audacious man and head coaches will stick by their quarterbacks until they don't.

Rise 'n Grind: Marcus Mariota will be the 2nd pick in the 2015 NFL Draft - SBNation.com
But that doesn't mean it will be the Titans drafting him.

NFL approves in-booth 'injury spotter' as part of new player safety rules - SBNation.com
The new "injury spotter" position was inspired by the Super Bowl, during which Julian Edelman appeared to play while suffering concussion symptoms.

NFL teams have spent $1.8 billion thus far in free agency - SBNation.com
NFL contracts are getting massive, as teams have committed almost $2 billion to players this free agency period.