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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals News for 10/21/16

The Arizona Cardinals news from around the web for Friday morning.

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The Arizona Cardinals take on the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football, get some of the best news from around the web on it.

Speed package helps Cardinals' 4-Man Rush
Linebackers Jones, Golden, Okafor team with Campbell for pressure improvement.

Michael Floyd Looks To Perform Against Seahawks
Notes: Wideout aims for turnaround against familiar foe; Palmer's hamstring could be a concern.

Big plays are nice, but Cardinals are fine taking their time down the field
The Cardinals earned a reputation for being a big-play offense, but so far in 2016 have been more of a grind-it-out team.

Dealing Cards: Carson Palmer's hamstring apparently still an issue
Carson Palmer was listed as a "limited" participant in Thursday's practice, marking the second consecutive day where he was not a full participant.

Cardinals preparing for ‘more of a pocket passer’ in Russell Wilson - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
With Seahawks QB Russell Wilson running less and passing more, the Cardinals' secondary is ready for a busy Sunday.

Signs pointing to guard Mike Iupati's return for Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals feared Mike Iupati was lost for the season with an ankle injury, but the guard is back at practice and might play Sunday.

Tyrann Mathieu: Knee brace restricting Honey Badger from breaking loose - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Tyrann Mathieu said that the knee brace he's been wearing all season has kept him from playing like the Honey Badger of old.

Kam Chancellor misses practice for Seahawks, Luke Willson has knee surgery | Cards Wire
A first look at the injury report of the week for Seattle.

Notes from the Enemy:

Seahawks Grades: Bradley Sowell makes his case to be left tackle of the future - Field Gulls
Sowell isn’t selling liability insurance.

Whatever happened to Robert Nkemdiche? - Field Gulls
The Ole Miss first-rounder does not appear ready to make the Seahawks regret passing on him.