Gameday is almost here! For surviving another work week here's all the last minute news to satisfy your Cardinals and NFL needs.
Former Pro Bowl safety to be inducted Sunday when Cardinals play 49ers
A glance at the top storylines for the Cardinals-49ers game Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium
The Arizona Cardinals in position to begin taking control of the NFC West with a win Sunday.
Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson was fined $17,363 for hit during Sunday's game in Chicago.
Andre Ellington practiced Friday for the first time since injuring his right PCL in Week 1, but it's unclear whether he'll play Sunday.
Playing more from the slot in Bruce Arians' system, receiver Larry Fitzgerald has become 'the best in the game' at blocking, QB Carson Palmer said.
Arians and offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin both sum up Fitzgerald's blocking success with one word: heart.
"You've got to win the West if you are going to go where you want to go, and San Francisco and Seattle have been the problem," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said.
Arizona Cardinals rookie running back David Johnson is making a habit of finding the end zone. In his first two professional games, Johnson has scored three touchdowns — one each via a reception, a run and a kickoff return.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will not play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers because of an injury to his right shoulder, coach Sean Payton announced Friday.
Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor is expected to play Sunday, but the team will monitor his snaps, coach Pete Carroll said Friday.
It's time for another round of bold predictions from the Around The NFL team. Remember, these predictions are not for the faint of heart.
This is the Quarterback Index. After four weeks, we'll rank the quarterbacks solely based on this year's play. While collecting evidence in the meantime, the rankings below are based on one question: What QB would you want running your team for the rest of the season?
So of the nine teams that are off to unbeaten and untied starts this season, which are legitimate threats to reach the postseason and which could fade in time?