The weekend is here. Before the work week ended, there were several stories to share. Former Cardinal Rod Hood is a coaching intern. Jared Veldheer is getting used to a new left guard. There was other stuff going on in the NFL as well.
Enjoy these stories to start your day.
Cardinals Follow The Leaders
Key veterans provide plenty of guidance for team as 2015 takes shape
Coaching Comeback For Rod Hood
Former cornerback returns to Cardinals as intern helping secondary
Jared Veldheer getting used to playing next to Mike Iupati - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
During Jared Veldheer's six practices together with Mike Iupati, he has started to learn a lot about his new offensive line compatriot.
Tony Jefferson spending offseason carving out niche for playing time - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
Jefferson, entering his third season, knows the safeties need to concentrate on covering tight ends better.
How David Johnson can crack Arizona Cardinals' backfield rotation - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
David Johnson was drafted for short-yardage situations, but he can also work his way into the rotation as Andre Ellington's primary backup.
Cardinals center battle will likely go down to wire | FOX Sports
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said the battle for the starting center position between Ted Larsen and A.Q. Shipley has been a back and forth affair.
Last season, linebacker Larry Foote was the proverbial coach on the field, a veteran who was productive while also being knowledgeable enough about the game to help his teammates.
Jared Veldheer has spent just one year in the NFC West, but really, that's all a player needs to get a feel for just how physical a division it is.
The Texan's J.J. Watt figures to be this summer's breakout star.
The linebacker allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend's dog on April 15.
Whyyyyyy would anyone do this?
It's been an especially rough week for offensive tackles in the NFL.