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Saturday Cardinals and NFL news.

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Welcome to the weekend. Jerraud Powers is moving on. Was there more that happened? Check out the morning links for you today.

Cardinals:

Patrick Peterson Takes Turn As Coach
While all-pro cornerback is sidelined with foot injury, he helps inexperienced teammates

Cardinals Blogs | Powers officially moves on, to Ravens
It probably took him longer than he wanted, but cornerback Jerraud Powers has found a team for the 2016 season. As it had been apparent for a while, it isn’t the Cardinals. Powers signed a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens Friday, ending whatever possibility — at at this point, it probably was unlikely — that he return to the Cards for a fourth season.

Jerraud Powers’ signing leaves Cardinals looking for CB replacement - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

Arizona has 10 potential replacements for Jerraud Powers on its roster and Justin Bethel still has plenty of potential. But there's work to be done.

Roy Green's granddaughter won't ditch Larry Fitzgerald jersey for his - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

When Roy Green enters the Cardinals' Ring of Honor on Oct. 2, his youngest granddaughter, Moriah, might be wearing a Larry Fitzgerald jersey.

ESPN's Yates: Boehm a rookie who could compete to start

Fourth-round pick Evan Boehm could compete for a starting job on Arizona's offensive line.

NFL:

Why we care about Ricardo Lockette, a retired receiver with 22 career catches - SBNation.com

The Seahawks receiver has just 22 career catches, but he got everything he wanted out it.

Seahawks still lead the way in athletic testing in the NFL - SBNation.com
Most of the league's successful franchises draft highly athletic prospects.

New features, gameplay changes for upcoming 'Madden NFL 17' revealed - SBNation.com
It's getting to be that time for a new game in the "Madden" franchise, so here's a quick look at early feature and gameplay announcements.

The Saints seem just fine with Drew Brees' $30 million cap hit and pending free agency - SBNation.com
Just a well-run organization all around.