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Arizona Cardinals news 6/7: The week in video, mailbag and Woodley's role

Cardinals links on a Sunday.

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It is Sunday and there isn't much in the way of news, so as I like to do, I will share the videos of the week from the team site.


Cardinals linemen practice fielding kicks
To conclude Arizona Cardinals OTAs, the linemen took turns fielding kicks.

Arizona Cardinals wrap up 2015 OTAs
See highlights from the Arizona Cardinals' final OTA practice of 2015.

Wired: Harold Goodwin at OTAs
Offensive Coordinator Harold Goodwin was wired for sound during the Arizona Cardinals OTAs.

Powers: 'We are building depth'
CB Jerraud Powers discusses the depth of the secondary on the final day of OTAs.

Arians pleased with "outstanding" OTAs
Bruce Arians speaks with the media after the final OTA practice.

Bruce Arians: Carson Palmer is "real close"
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians talks about Carson Palmer's rehab, the Cardinals moving forward, and answers a few fans' questions.

D.J. Humphries signs his official NFL contract

Watch D.J. Humphries put his name on the dotted line with Cardinals Team President Michael Bidwill.

Arizona Cardinals begin final week of OTAs

The Arizona Cardinals held their first practice of the third and final week of OTAs.

Arians on Cardinals running the no-huddle

Head coach Bruce Arians discusses going up-tempo in practice and various topics in the final week of OTAs.

Weatherspoon on becoming a 'vocal leader'

LB Sean Weatherspoon talks about getting acclimated into the Cardinals' defense and being a vocal leader.

John Brown: 'We can be real explosive'

WR John Brown talks about implementing the no-huddle offense in week three of OTAs.

Carson Palmer's opinion on Cardinals' new center important - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN

The coaching staff is deciding between A.Q. Shipley and Ted Larsen at the key spot on the offensive line.

'Every-down backer' LaMarr Woodley looks to add to Arizona Cardinals' defense

Asked if he had a few moments to chat, LaMarr Woodley said 'no' and continued walking off the field. - Cardinals Stories - Arizona Sports Now on 98.7 FM