The Arizona Cardinals made some history on Monday. We'll have more on that in a bit, but here are the stories perhaps you missed yesterday.
Cardinals Blogs | Arians’ pick of Welter about football
The news the Cardinals and Bruce Arians have added Jen Welter as a coaching intern for camp and the preseason has created, not surprisingly, major nationwide buzz.
Cardinals Add First Female Coach
Welter will intern through preseason; Kirkland added to staff as two-year Bill Bidwill Fellow
The Not-So-Quiet Path Of Harold Goodwin
Offensive coordinator has been under radar, but Arians pushes protégé toward head coaching job
Strictly Bickley: Top 3 things to watch this Cardinals season
Sports Columnist Dan Bickley lists his top players to watch for this upcoming season.
Five things to know about new Arizona Cardinals assistant coach Jen Welter, who is believed to be the first female coach in NFL history.
Cardinals rookie wide receiver Damond Powell Jr. is in stable condition three days after being shot outside his Toledo, Ohio, home, his high school coach said Monday.
After injuring his knee late last season, Drew Stanton seems to be fully recovered simply by giving it a rest.
Previous relationships played a big part in bringing Jermaine Gresham to the Arizona Cardinals, says Cardinals writer Darren Urban.
Arizona's defensive line has been a real strength over the last few seasons, and little should change this year. Except for, you know, the personnel.
The Cardinals have promise entering 2015, but can quarterback Carson Palmer be healthy after tearing his ACL in 2014?
Brady is unlikely to accept any settlement that would include a suspension, according to a FOX Sports report.
These are the top-rated offensive players in the upcoming game. Would this be the best offense ever?
Brady is a dumb football player and has been outmaneuvered at every step by the Red Baron, Roger Goodell.
A talented (and expensive) former team captain leaves New Orleans on terrible terms. What happened, and what's next?
"This is the greatest thing I've ever seen."
Only NFL Hall of Famers themselves are allowed to speak at induction ceremonies.
There are 7.3 billion people on Earth, and 7.8 billion of them read about Washington's NFL team ... according to Washington's NFL team.
The veteran defensive end plans to call it a career, and he'd like to do it as a member of the team that drafted him.
No, the entire population of Italy didn't read this.