It is Sunday. We are still months away from Sundays being filled with football. But we still have Cardinals and NFL content. Larry Fitgzerald graduated from college and there is a week of videos to share.
Cards Daily - Roy Green Enters The Ring
Paul Calvisi brings you the latest news and notes on Roy Green entering the Ring of Honor.
Lisa Matthews and rookie CB Harlan Miller chat about his first taste of the NFL.
Former Cardinals' WR Roy Green will be the 16th member to enter the Ring Of Honor at University of Phoenix Stadium.
A tribute to Cardinal great, Roy "Jet Stream" Green.
Lisa Matthews chats with rookie G Cole Toner about his Arizona connection, and making the switch from tackle to guard.
Hear the latest news and notes from Cardinals' Headquarters.
Lisa Matthews sits down with rookie S Marqui Christian to discuss his draft and mini camp experience.
Lisa Matthews and rookie CB Brandon Williams discuss his transition from running back to corner and offseason goals.
Watch as the Cards continue phase two of offseason work.
Many things other than beauty are in the eye of the beholder. Drudgery, for instance.
Thirteen years after promising his dying mother he would receive a college degree, Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald graduated from the University of Phoenix on Saturday.
After taking classes for the past 13 years, Larry Fitzgerald earned his degree from the University of Phoenix, keeping a promise he made to his mother.
The Cardinals still have to answer questions about their situation at cornerback, where Justin Bethel is slated to start for an inexperienced unit.
He promised his mother he would do it 15 years ago and he finally did.
NFL, NFC West:
The last time the 49ers had a big quarterback battle, it wasn't much of a battle at all.
The San Francisco 49ers will be looking for big things at running back. Can Carlos Hyde carry the load, or will we see an extensive rotation behind him?
Kelvin Taylor and Theo Riddick share both a physical comparison, and a coach in Curtis Modkins. What could that mean for Taylor's contributions in 2016?
A great tribute to Ricardo Lockette from Kyle McCormick.
From the perspective of an Alabama writer.
Ricardo Lockette joined the Brock and Salk Show this morning on 710 ESPN Seattle to discuss his injury, his retirement, overcoming adversity, and a lot more. Listen in.
The Rams lost a starting linebacker in James Laurinaitis and they'll be better for it. Alec Ogletree's transition into the being the core of the defense bodes well for the defense as a whole.
The effort to re-build the SoCal fan begins.
The Rams have long sought opportunities to be positive stewards of the community they've represented. Now that they've relocated to Los Angeles, that doesn't seem to be changing.
The Rams had two players on the PFF Top 101: DE William Hayes at #93 and DT Aaron Donald at #1.