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Arizona Cardinals news 7/18: Honey Badger in a car, important stat

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Cardinals Blogs | Mathieu video shows danger of a hot car
Tyrann Mathieu loves his dog, King. He isn’t shy about that. So it’s probably not a surprise Mathieu was willing to do a video in conjunction with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) about the dangers of leaving your dog in a hot car.

Seeing Stars: Grading the Arizona Cardinals' RB situation
The Arizona Cardinals won 11 games in 2014, and if not for an incredible amount of injuries very well could have had an even more successful season.

Number of the Year: The Stat That Will Define Arizona Cardinals' 2015 Season | Bleacher Report
What is their crucial number? What makes this so important to their success? Watch as Courtney Fallon and Chris Simms discuss the Cardinals' upcoming season in the video above.

Cardinals rookie J.J. Nelson hopes to put speed to good use | FOX Sports
Cardinals rookie J.J. Nelson hopes to put speed to good use


The NFL's grittiest offensive role players -
They don't get the glory or even all that many snaps, but they're indispensable to building a winning team. Danny Kelly finally gives the role players their due.

Russell Wilson and the Seahawks have less than 2 weeks to get a deal done -
Sure, it's a soft deadline, but it looks more and more like we'll have to wait until 2016 to see what happens between Wilson and the Seahawks. Plus, lots more cool NFL content for a hot July day.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: Why are the Titans being so dumb? -
This week: Stephen White, Danny Kelly and Ryan Van Bibber break down the $258 million worth of NFL contracts and how they impact the NFL landscape. We also dive deep into the Titans/Marcus Mariota fuss and find a really dumb team.

Leah Still looks fantastic posing with her ESPY -

Chiefs' Justin Houston: 'Once you get paid, it's not like you won the lottery' - Arrowhead Pride
Here's what the Chiefs LB had to say.