Wednesday was dominated by the Roy Green Ring of Honor press conference. I'll have more on that later. We also have a little info on potential extensions for Calais Campbell and Tyrann Mathieu. Here are the stories to start your day.
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"I wanted to laugh at that very moment but I had to keep my lawyer’s face on. I’m negotiating. In a few minutes after I got out of the office, I was dying. I couldn’t wait to go tell the guys what he had told me."
The Cardinals also have to figure within the cap any potential contract extensions, which could add to the cap crunch (Tyrann Mathieu) or ease it (Calais Campbell), although Kent Somers noted no new deals are close.
There is no rush to get either deal done, and for different reasons both negotiations are challenging.
Jake Coker's experience in a pro-style offense at Alabama gives him a fighting chance to beat out Matt Barkley for the third-string QB job.
Roy Green, the second-best receiver in Arizona Cardinals history, to be honored.
Roy Green will be the first player to bridge the Cardinals' time in St. Louis and Phoenix to be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor.
Roy Green will be inducted into the Cardinals' Ring of Honor on October 2 when Arizona hosts the Los Angeles Rams.
He suffered a serious neck injury last November.
Bill Belichick has yet to show he can draft a quarterback without the gift of good fortune.
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Last year, he said he was "kind of just chilling" when the Indianapolis Colts wanted to bring him aboard.
It sounds a lot like the typical NFL posturing for a new stadium, but after the Los Angeles saga, it would be foolish to overlook the possibility of the Raiders moving to Sin City.