Obviously the big news from yesterday was how the Los Angeles Rams traded almost everything to move up to the top of the draft. Then the schedule was released. Here is what you need to catch up on.
Cardinals Blogs | Draft (i.e. QB) trade changes NFC West
The draft was changed significantly Thursday morning, and with it, so was the NFC West.
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In 2016, the league is counting on Arizona to score touchdowns, drive ratings and make money.
The Cardinals have Super Bowl ambitions, and those will drive them to double-digit victories and the division crown.
He hasn't had a 1,000-yard season since 2013, but Michael Floyd likely would have had a big season in 2015 if not for a hand injury.
The Cardinals will play three of their first four games at home in 2016, including the season opener against the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.
The schedule is out, and like always there are things I like and things I don't like.
The Rams were the poster child for why a bunch of picks can be better than one high pick. Now they're giving up a bunch of picks for one high pick, even though the NFL draft's QB class hasn't drawn rave reviews.
We'll get a Super Bowl rematch for the season opener.
The NFL schedule is here. Football is coming.
The blockbuster deal means the Rams are going after a quarterback, with Wentz the likely choice.
The 27-year-old is hanging it up after a roller coaster career.
Let's talk to the greatest service academy player since Roger Staubach. He has a lot of options, per usual.
We finally have another quarterback off the board in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.
Oakland's second pick in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft is a difference-making safety from Boise State.
Joey Bosa of Ohio State and DeForest Buckner of Oregon headline a top-heavy pass rusher class.
Two Alabama players in A'Shawn Robinson and Jarran Reed help make this the best class this year.
Teams do their homework on NFL prospects, but it's often about luck more than anything.