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Arizona Cardinals news 6/5: Tyrann Mathieu's camp, tributes to Muhammed Ali

Cardinals and NFC West news to start your Sunday.

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Normally there is really nothing new to share on a Sunday in terms of the Arizona Cardinals, so I share the videos of the week from the team site. However, there were some articles on Saturday. Check them out. Instead of general NFL news, I bring you some of the latest from the NFC West SB Nation sites.

Cardinals:

With Camp, Tyrann Mathieu Hopes To Inspire
Helping kids in New Orleans at forefront of Cardinals safety's thoughts

Mathieu returns home to New Orleans to host youth cam - ESPN Video
Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu turns his passionate comments about Will Smith's shooting into action, hosting a youth camp in his hometown of New Orleans on Friday.

Arizona Cardinals share sadness of passing of Muhammad Ali - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Members of the Cardinals took to social media to share their thoughts on Muhammad Ali, who died Friday at 74. Ali lived in Phoenix.

Carson Palmer thrives against blitz; Nick Foles, Sam Bradford don't - NFL Nation- ESPN
While Carson Palmer and Tom Brady rank near the top of the league in passing against the blitz, Sam Bradford and Nick Foles struggled in 2016.

Harold Goodwin handed reins to offseason workouts
From OTAs to mini-camp, Harold Goodwin is running meetings, preparing practice plans and calling plays as Bruce Arians stands by.

NFC West:

Torrey Smith with amusing retort to Ravens fan - Niners Nation
The 49ers receiver spent a lot of time in Baltimore, but he still had a solid response to a Ravens fan dogging him.

Looking at 49ers QB Blaine Gabbert via random pass attempt analysis - Niners Nation
Let's take a look at some random Blaine Gabbert passes and see what comes up, shall we?

Shaun Draughn talks returning to the 49ers, the Chip Kelly offense, and the coaching change - Niners Nation
The 49ers running spoke to the media and he has some praise for the team's head coach as well as his approach to the uptempo offense and training. Full interview after the jump.

PFF with a bold fantasy statement about 49ers running back Carlos Hyde - Niners Nation
The 49ers running back is immensely talented, but can he stay healthy with his bulldozing style?

Real in the Field Gulls: Mina Kimes of ESPN talks Seahawks, Twitter, and Game of Thrones spoilers - Field Gulls
We talk about Game of Thrones spoilers, the relationship between sports and pop culture in 2016, hurting players feelings on Twitter, and more.

Russell Wilson is about to be Pete Carroll’s longest-tenured quarterback - Field Gulls
Can any of us know what to expect next?

Reloaded: What Marshawn Lynch meant to the Seahawks, their fans and me - Field Gulls
I published this on February 9th, but it's still timely enough. Read.

Seahawks OL Coach Tom Cable on Brock & Salk: My notes & thoughts - Field Gulls
Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable was on with Brock and Salk on 710 ESPN Seattle this morning and I took some notes on what was discussed.

2016 Rams Roster Preview: DB Jordan Lomax Has the Skills to Provide Good Safety Depth - Turf Show Times
Jordan Lomax is an undrafted free safety, though he has the skill set to be a strong safety or even a third safety on nickel downs.

2016 Rams Roster Preview: WR Deon Long Could Surprise in Group of High Risk Young Receivers - Turf Show Times
He bounced around a lot in his football career. Can he buck that trend and stick with the Rams?

2016 Rams Roster Preview: WR Paul McRoberts, The Epitome Of The UDFA - Turf Show Times
He has the size, but can he refine his game to make the jump from the Ohio Valley Conference to the NFL?

Los Angeles Rams Working Out UDFA QB Blake Frohnapfel - Turf Show Times
The Rams are giving a shot to the former Massachusetts QB.

2016 Rams Roster Preview: OL Pace Murphy Tries to Break Fisher's OL Mold - Turf Show Times
Pace Murphy, in the year 2016, does not even have his own Wikipedia page. He is going to have to prove himself as a real person before he proves himself as a viable offensive tackle for the Rams.