The Arizona Cardinals were on the practice field on Tuesday with the start of mandatory mini-camp. That means we have some new stories out there. Start your Wednesday with some stories to read about your Cards and the NFL.
Two At A Time At Running Back
Bruce Arians wants to use two-back sets to create mismatches
Notes: Cardinals get minicamp; Hoping for a stronger finish for John Brown
Not long after last season ended, Cardinals offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin received a text message while sitting in church with his wife, Monica.
The emergence of David Johnson and the return of veteran Chris Johnson have cast a tall shadow over Andre Ellington, the guy who used to be featured in the Cardinals’ backfield.
Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said the key to A.Q. Shipley winning the starting center job is easy as all Shipley has to do is "stay on the field."
Patrick Peterson (ankle surgery) reached his goal of getting on the field in minicamp and says he'll "be more than ready to go for training camp."
Movie aficionado Dave Burns takes a closer look at the 'All or Nothing: A Season With the Arizona Cardinals' trailer.
Carson Palmer did a lot of good things in 2015, but not everyone is sold on him as one of the NFL's best quarterbacks.
Patrick Peterson "did all his individual work" on the first day of Cardinals mini-camp, according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Goodell is not dead, but a prank on Tuesday tried to convince people he was. It didn't convince anyone.
This year's draft was loaded with talented running backs who could play their way into a big role as rookies.
The Broncos cornerback can't really remember the details surrounding his shooting in Dallas last weekend.
Who better to give us our own personal tour than the 68-year-old Twitter genius?
Roger Goodell says it's unfortunate DeflateGate has had an impact on the game, but doesn't consider it an embarrassment for the NFL.