It is Sunday. With the offseason, Saturday typically has no news, so as we have done the last few weeks, on Sundays we share the videos the team site has. Plus, Josh Weinfuss published the answers to his mailbag and there is other news from the NFL.
Steve Keim on Tyrann Mathieu and the draft
NFL Media columnist Michael Silver is joined by Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim to discuss important draft strategies.
S Tyrann Mathieu discusses the battles overcoming injury and getting back to form.
NFL Media's Terrell Davis and Eric Davis discuss why Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was ranked No. 68 this year on "The Top 100 Players of 2015."
Bruce Arians addresses the team following Tuesday's OTA practice.
The Cards have opened week two of voluntary organized team activities on Tuesday.
Defensive end Calais Campbell talks to the media about OTAs and the progress the defense is making.
Head coach Bruce Arians discusses the team's progress heading into the second week of OTAs.
This installment of the Arizona Cardinals' mailbag goes over the big storylines from OTAs as those practices wind down.
It's a QB-obsessed league, but let's take the glamour boys out of the equation for a second. Bucky Brooks ranks top rosters -- QBs aside. One scary team: Brandon Marshall and Muhammad Wilkerson's Jets.
Tom Brady's appeal to reduce a four-game suspension will be heard on June 23, according to Albert Breer. Will the quarterback's suspension be reduced by the NFL?
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was a no-show at this week's OTAs, and there's an obvious reason for that. "Trying to get the contract right," Bennett said Friday.
Albert Breer reported Saturday that the Jets have reworked Brandon Marshall's contract, upping the veteran receiver's pay from $24.3 million to $26 million over the next three seasons.
Buffalo has traded in one quarterback project for another. The team cut Jeff Tuel on Friday to make room Matt Simms, who the Bills snatched off waivers from the New York Jets.
While new Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is still walking with a "pronounced limp," the defensive star Philly traded for is all systems go.