The Arizona Cardinals had their first day back from the offseason. So there is new content! Enjoy the news of the morning.
Cardinals Blogs | First day back, but roster still evolving
The Cardinals returned en masse to the team facility Monday for the first day of the offseason program. The vibe is always a little different that first day, when many of these guys haven’t seen each other in a while and they are all happy to come back together (and Larry Fitzgerald gives Tyrann Mathieu a "tackle" to say hell0.)
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It was the first time all the players had been together since cleaning out their lockers in January after losing to the Panthers in the NFC title game.
An older Carson Palmer is a more efficient Carson Palmer, as the Arizona Cardinals' quarterback is maximizing the effectiveness of his workouts.
As part of its "Celebrate York" giveaway series, the York Revolution will give away Bruce Arians bobbleheads.
The tenders for restricted free agents safety Tony Jefferson, wide receiver Jaron Brown and safety D.J. Swearinger are worth $1.671 million.
A quick look at the priorities of the Cardinals as they open their offseason workout program.
Defensive lineman Calais Campbell said the opening conditioning session was "kind of like the first day of school."
"This is by far the best year in three years," Morris said. "If you’ve been around strength as long as I have – this is my 37th year – you’ll understand it takes about two years to really implement a program where people begin to understand what you expect, (and) begin to understand how we’re gonna work things."
Carson Palmer, Calais Campbell and the rest of the Arizona Cardinals began offseason team workouts Monday.
The Cardinals began their offseason strength and conditioning program and Jones was among the player at the facility for day one of a scheduled two weeks.
The Georgia edge rusher can play coverage, defend the run, work on the inside and the outside as rush the passer and more. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White wonders what Floyd's specialty is.
The Rams now have the top pick in the draft, and the target is a quarterback.
At 24 years old, the defensive end is older than most rookies, but his versatility makes him an intriguing prospect.
"Joey Batters" was Bosa's great-grandfather.
The NFL is finally copping to CTE now that it's not liable for it.
The Falcons get a tone setter for the back half of the defense in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.
The Jets lost left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson to retirement, and with the 51st pick in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft, the have some choices for a replacement.
According to Donald Trump, Rex Ryan won two championships with the Jets.
Wouldn't you, if you could?
Urban Meyer wasn't criticizing his former quarterback's intelligence or otherwise. And not loving the school part of college is hardly an indictment of anyone.