Friday was a practice day after a day off and there were another whole bunch of stories. Here they are.
"Unique" Injury For Michael Floyd
Notes: Arians declines to give timeline for WR return; Cards sign Sendlein, release QB Harnish
Lyle Sendlein Returns To Cardinals
Veteran center re-signs with Cardinals, ready to make push for starting job
Arizona Cardinals hopeful Michael Floyd will return for season opener, but can’t be sure
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians can’t say for sure just how long injured wide receiver Michael Floyd will be sidelined because of the uniqueness of the injury and how Floyd suffered it.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Friday he hasn't seen an injury like Michael Floyd's in his 40 years of coaching and said there's no timetable for his return.
Rookie fifth-round draft pick JJ Nelson has responded well to Carson Palmer's pick-me-up speech and is making plays at Arizona Cardinals' camp.
After spending the offseason changing diapers and waiting to be signed, Lyle Sendlein is happy to be back with the Arizona Cardinals.
The Arizona Cardinals were given a seminar on the new rules surrounding ball security by back judge Steve Freeman, who felt they were an overreaction.
Here, in this space, we’ll highlight many of the key topics and personnel conversations he has with reporters following the morning walk-through.
In the NFL, one man’s injury is another’s opportunity.
If Lyle Sendlein had his way, he never would have been released by the Arizona Cardinals in the first place. But he was, and since that happened on March 12, he had been sitting around at home with a baby and little else to do.
The Arizona Cardinals followed their first day off training camp with a practice that was uneven, to say the least.
Momah is in a new phase in his football career. In high school, and at Boston College he was a wide receiver. With the Cardinals, he’s doing something he’s not really used to doing, in playing the tight end position.
Mike Iupati’s working conditions with the San Francisco 49ers weren’t that much different than what he’s got right now with his new team, the Arizona Cardinals.
The Arizona Cardinals had high hopes for Jonathan Cooper as he was regarded as one of the top prospects at the guard position coming out of college. The need for help on the offensive line and Cooper’s potential led the Cardinals to draft him in 2013 with the seventh overall selection.
I'm not exactly sure what happened last night but this is what I can piece together at this moment.
The former All-Pro, who was arrested Thursday, has been released after four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers.
Perhaps no general manager in the history of the NFL has ever been so good at identifying talent, and that's a testament to Bill Polian's belief in himself.
The Rams signed quarterback Nick Foles to a two-year contract extension that will take him through the 2017 season.
After being bailed out of jail, Smith denied that he was driving under the influence, stating that "the truth will come out."
Dee Milliner had five surgeries in college, tore his Achilles with the Jets last season and will now have wrist surgery on Friday.
Who knew DeSean Jackson would be getting an impromptu lesson in Greek tragedy during training camp?