Today wraps up another week of OTAs. We learn Matt Barkley finally is getting some reps and Bruce Arians is letting Harold Goodwin do more. Check out the stories of the day to kick off your day.
Finally, Matt Barkley Quarterbacks The Cardinals
This offseason the first time signal-caller gets extended work in Arians offense
Arizona Cardinals' Robert Nkemdiche lost $10 million in draft plunge - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Off-field incidents while at Ole Miss cost Robert Nkemdiche draft position and a whole lot of money.
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians steps back in play-calling duties - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has taken a step back during OTAs to let offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin develop more of a rhythm as a play-caller.
Ranking the NFC Super Bowl favorites for 2016 | FOX Sports
The Seahawks and Packers are at the top, but a long list of Pro Bowl quarterbacks make the NFC up for grabs.
PFF rates Arizona Cardinals' offseason best in division
Pro Football Focus has given the Arizona Cardinals the best offseason grade in the NFC West.
Chandler Jones is AZ's biggest upcoming roster decision
The Arizona Cardinals made headlines in March when they acquired Pro Bowl pass rusher Chandler Jones from the New England Patriots.
Johnson & Johnson Cardinals backfield may be one of the best
Together, Chris Johnson and David Johnson are expected to man the Arizona Cardinals' backfield in 2016.
After hard transitions, DJ Humphries reflects on path to NFL
Cards OT D.J. Humphries is in OTAs, preparing for his second NFL season. But his path to the pros was a learning experience, one that saw hard transitions.
How a really bad Jets conspiracy theory got started - SBNation.com
Are Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall holding out to protest the Jets not signing Ryan Fitzpatrick? No, they're not. But don't let that get in the way of a perfectly good rumor!
Tony Romo leads the list of NFL players under pressure to stay healthy for 2016 - SBNation.com
Tony Romo and Jason Pierre-Paul have a lot to prove next season, and most of it has to do with remaining healthy.