Tuesday was the players' day off in the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals did not practice. We do know they made a move on the roster, as Bobby Massie was reinstated. What else was going on Tuesday? Here are some of those stories.
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"Hey, I’m about winning," Brown said. "I’m not much about stats. As long as we’re winning, I’m fine."
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The Cardinals ascended to No. 3 -- up three spots -- in this week's ESPN Power Rankings, behind New England and Green Bay.
"I think I’m handling it pretty good. Just continuing to get in the playbook and get ready for practice," Johnson said.
And while Patrick Peterson and Calais Campbell get the fanfare, no player has been more vital to the defense’s success than safety/linebacker Deone Bucannon.
Carson Palmer and the Cardinals were featured in the New York Times Tuesday with a piece outlining the team’s success with Palmer under center.
It doesn’t seem that long ago that the hopes of the Arizona Cardinals and the Red Sea were about to be washed away with the tide.
The Cowboys have found competition for the starting quarterback position.
Three sacks, two forced fumbles and giving Drew Brees nightmares earns the Buccaneers pass rusher Stephen White's coveted award.
Wrapping up one of the weirdest weeks in recent memory with a new set of power rankings.
After a super-weird career, Brandon Weeden had found Backup QB heaven. Now he has to actually play.
Two weeks into the season, rookie running backs are making an impact on the game.
The Colts QB has turned the ball over six times this season, and a league-high 28 times since last year.
Brandon Weeden might not inspire much confidence under center, but the Cowboys can at least weather the storm while Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are out of commission.
Pilots described the lights as "incapacitating" as they tried to land at nearby San Jose Mineta International Airport.
Oakland may have made a subtle, but open show of defiance against its Bay Area rivals and the NFL ... or it's waiting for baseball season to end.
Why mess with success. The Jets are 2-0 for the first time since 2011, and Todd Bowles believes Fitzpatrick has played well enough to keep the starting quarterback job.
This would be one massive raise.