The final week of OTAs began and there was media access. Here are the stories of the day to start everything off.
Cardinals Blogs | The impressive depth at wideout
After the 2015 season — in which the Cardinals’ wide receivers were the highest graded among all the corps in the NFL last season according to profootballfocus.com — this season should be impressive for the Cards from that standpoint.
Second Field Work Helps Rookies Develop
Notes: More reps means more experience; returning to work; Arians writing a book
Confident J.J. Nelson Starts Year Two
Wide receiver's speed can only be helped as his understanding of playbook increases
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians now the subject of a book
Bruce Arians is an excellent head coach and an even better story.
ESPN World Fame 100 -- No. 99 Carson Palmer
Carson Palmer checks in at No. 99 in our ESPN World Fame 100.
Arizona Cardinals hit L.A. red carpet June 9 for movie premiere - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
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Robert Nkemdiche's plan for signing bonus: Car, sax, thrift store trip - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Cards first-rounder Robert Nkemdiche isn't going overboard with his newfound wealth, but a new car, sax and a trip to the thrift store are on tap.
Cardinals QB Coker working hard, trying to learn quickly
Former Alabama QB Jake Coker is battling with Matt Barkley to be the Cardinals' third quarterback.
Cardinals rookie Nkemdiche progressing well during OTAs
It's so far, so good for Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Nkemdiche during OTAs.
Let's imagine the alternate universe where Peyton Manning picked the Titans over the Broncos - SBNation.com
Peyton Manning almost landed in Tennessee, but would that have meant a Super Bowl for the Titans? Probably not.
The Patriots made 3 offseason moves that are so perfectly Bill Belichick - SBNation.com
The Patriots didn't make a big splash in the offseason, but Belichick once again shrewdly retooled their roster.
Some NFL owners are worried Las Vegas is a bad sports town - SBNation.com
Gambling isn't the real problem for a potential Raiders move to Las Vegas, at least not for some NFL owners.