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D.J. Humprhies praised, Larry Fitzgerald eyeing records and more Arizona Cardinals news

A look around the web at the best news about the Arizona Cardinals

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Happy Friday, we made it.

Let's get excited for the weekend with some great Arizona Cardinals information.

D.J. Humphries Now Knee Deep In Praise
Second-year offensive tackle still ignoring outside noise as opinions become more favorable.

Numbers Matter To Larry Fitzgerald
Notes: Receiver could move to No. 3 on receptions list; Mathieu sits out practice.

Dealing Cards: In Redskins, Cardinals to face another dynamic offense
A week after struggling against one of the NFL's best offenses in Atlanta, the Cardinals get to face another as Washington comes to town.

In ESPN panel, David Johnson earns a vote as the NFL's best running back
You do not have to tell Arizona Cardinals fans how good of a player second-year pro David Johnson is. He's not much of a secret nationally, either.

Tyrann Mathieu mourns death of former NFL player Joe McKnight
Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu, who is also from New Orleans, mourned the loss of Joe McKnight after the fellow Lousiana native was shot.

No John Brown hurts the Arizona Cardinals ‘a bunch’
Asked how the absence of wide receiver John Brown has affected the Arizona Cardinals offense and head coach Bruce Arians doesn’t waste words.

Time for Cardinals fans to start looking ahead to 2017 | Cards Wire
This season is all but done.

Cardinals 2016 draft class still producing little | Cards Wire
I'll give you a preview: It's not as pretty as the last couple of draft classes.

Arizona Cardinals offense feels effects of John Brown's health issues - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
John Brown has been operating at less than full strength this season due to health issues, and the Cardinals have struggled to replace his production.

Patrick Peterson leaving Josh Norman feud in the past - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Patrick Peterson had a back-and-forth with Josh Norman on Twitter over the summer, but he's not interested in rekindling that fire.

Washington Redskins TE Jordan Reed likely out with left shoulder injury
Redskins TE Jordan Reed will likely miss Sunday's game against the Cardinals as he recovers from a left shoulder injury.

Notes from the Enemy:

Report: Redskins TE Jordan Reed unlikely to play vs Cardinals - Hogs Haven
Reed suffered a Grade 3 AC separation last week