The Cardinals played Saturday, but Sunday brought many stories. Here they are:
Rodney Gunter Flashes In Defensive Line Battle
Rookie comes up with safety; Cardinals will have decisions to make up front
Arizona Cardinals starters look impressive in preseason opener vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Quarterback Carson Palmer close to perfect in Cardinals preseason opener
Carson Palmer shows what's in store in short but perfect outing
Carson Palmer's performance -- 4-for-4 for 77 yards and not a smidge of dirt on his uniform -- was a relief for the Arizona Cardinals.
Don't get too excited but Logan Thomas shows hope in games - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
Logan Thomas has performed well in the preseason before, but Saturday's effort still gives the Cardinals hope.
Rodney Gunter and Tyrann Mathieu brought their hard hats to work vs. Chiefs - NBCSPORTS1060.COM
Two of the biggest stars on defense for the Cardinals on Saturday night against the Chiefs were safety Tyrann Mathieu and rookie defensive end Rodney Gunter
Logan Thomas made the most of his time against Chiefs - NBCSPORTS1060.COM
Overall, Thomas thought he played "alright."
Cornerback Justin Bethel spent all of this past week working with the first-team defense as Jerraud Powers has been sidelined with an oblique injury.
The legend of Rodney Gunter seemed to be growing at an impossible-to-sustain rate shortly after he was taken in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals.
Logan Thomas entered this training camp the favorite to be the Arizona Cardinals’ No. 3 quarterback behind Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton, but he was in no way a lock to keep it.
Clean and efficient, Carson Palmer operates Cardinals offense like well-oiled machine in preseason debut - Arizona Sports
The 12-year NFL veteran summed it up perfectly, calling the series "clean" and "efficient" in the aftermath of Arizona’s 34-19 loss.
Eagles fans are excited!
The Eagles trounced the Colts 36-10 in their preseason opener, as two rookies and Tim Tebow led the way.
This is tough love.
Maybe he had a good reason!
This guy isn't going anywhere.
The Eagles and Colts wrap up the first week of the preseason at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. But first, let's look back on Jameis Winston's NFL debut, a terrible night for right tackles, Philip Rivers' new deal and lots more from Saturday.