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David Johnson's record chase, Calais Campbell not fined and more

Arizona Cardinals news and notes from around the web.

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Happy Bowl game Saturday, as the College Football Bowl season begins.

We kick it off with some notes from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals as they cling to their playoff lives for at least one more day.

Pasch Factor: Free-Agent Thoughts
What might happen for some key free-agents-to-be for the Cardinals.

Friday Five: Saints At Cardinals
Some of the top storylines heading into Sunday's game.

David Johnson Chases 100-Yard Record
Notes: Humphries to sit while Mathieu will play; Hightower returns against Cardinals.

Calais Campbell not fined for low hit on Ryan Tannehill | Cards Wire
Although it caused a sprain to two ligaments and might have cost Tannehill the rest of the season, the hit was not ruled illegal.

Carson Palmer not worried about Cardinals unveiling another new O-line - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Carson Palmer, who has been sacked 37 times in 2016, said he isn't dreading having to play behind the Cardinals' seventh different O-line this year.

Arizona's run of not allowing 300-yard passer on line vs. Drew Brees - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals are the only NFL team that hasn't allowed a 300-yard passer this season, but Sunday's opponent is NFL passing yardage leader Drew Brees.

Cardinals rookies turn scouting reports into vocabulary contest - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Cole Toner and Givens Price haven't logged playing time yet, but they do their part with detailed scouting reports that always have a hidden gem.

Saints RB Tim Hightower: Return to Arizona 'means everything' - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
Drafted by the Cardinals in 2008 and part of that season's Super Bowl team, RB Tim Hightower looks forward to visiting Arizona with the Saints.

Dealing Cards: Banged up Cardinals want to finish home slate on a high note - Arizona Sports
The Cardinals held their final day of practice Friday as they prepare for their last home game of the season, which is Sunday against the Saints.

Dealing Cards: Saints game presents matchup of top units
Statistically, the Arizona Cardinals have the NFL's best defense. Conversely, by the same metric, the New Orleans Saints boast the league's best offense.

Notes from the Enemy:

ESPN Ranks New Orleans Saints Offensive Line Number One - Canal Street Chronicles
Believe it or not, but the Saints offensive line is doing some great things in 2016 that haven't gone unnoticed.