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A look around the web at news on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Monday, I hope some of you get to enjoy the day off, if not, hope work is not to bad for you.

Here are the news and notes for Monday to get your week started.

Should the Cardinals bring back Tony Jefferson or D.J. Swearinger? | Cards Wire
As both enter free agency, which of the two playmakers in 2016 should come back in 2017?

5 ‘Bruce Arians receivers’ to watch in this year’s draft | Cards Wire
Cardinals' Bruce Arians certainly has a type: under 6-feet tall and fast. Here are five receivers to pay attention to in the combine.

Rodney Gunter poised for increased role | Cards Wire
The Cardinals don't feel they will miss a thing doubling his snaps next season.

Cardinals Blogs | Cards have seen amazing A-Rod before

Notes from the Playoffs:

Aaron Rodgers' drew up critical play to Jared Cook in the huddle - Acme Packing Company
"Drew it up in the dirt" as the kids say.

Cowboys Playoff Loss To Packers Takes Some Of The Shine Off Of A Stellar Season - Blogging The Boys
The Cowboys loss was a huge blown opportunity, but fortunately they have set a foundation for future success.

Patriots were prepared for Texans pass rush, but failed to execute - Pats Pulpit
The Texans pass rush got to Patriots QB Tom Brady all game.

Bill O’Brien: “I’ll Be The Texans’ Head Coach...Next Season” - Battle Red Blog
The head coach of the Houston Texans says he’ll remain the head coach of the Houston Texans in 2017.

Falcons dominate Seahawks: 6 winners and losers from Seattle’s season-ending loss - Field Gulls
A look at the best and worst performers from the Seattle Seahawks’ 36-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Divisional Round.

Atlanta won’t face a better defense than Seattle in the NFC Conference Championship - The Falcoholic
After putting 36 up on the Seahawks, it’s useful to note that the Falcons should have an easier go against their next opponent.