Happy Friday one and all.
I finally have internet, we should be back up and running for the foreseeable future.
I appreciate all the hard work from the staff and the patience from the fans.
You guys and gals are all awesome.
Let's get this Friday kicked off the right way, with your morning Arizona Cardinals news and notes.
Punter Richie Leone, Receiver Aaron Dobson Added
CFL product Leone will battle with Wile for Cardinals' punting job.
Calais Campbell puts up highly-rated season just in time - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Calais Campbell could be in for a big pay day if Arizona doesn't re-sign him -- entering the market as the best interior defensive lineman available.
What’s next for the Cardinals at running back? | Cards Wire
It's not a position of great need, but after seeing David Johnson go down, the Cardinals know they need a backup plan.
Bruce Arians says Larry Fitzgerald will have to pay for Arians’ possible surgery | Cards Wire
Arians perhaps tore his rotator cuff celebrating the win over the Seahawks with Fitz. He might have to miss golfing in the offseason.
Cardinals sign former Patriots WR Aaron Dobson, CFL punter Richie Leone | Cards Wire
They add length and speed to the receiving corps and hope to add competition to the punting unit.
Cardinals still taking risk for 2017 with Matt Wile, Richie Leone at punter | Cards Wire
Neither Matt Wile nor Richie Leone have actually won a training camp competition.
Deone Bucannon not looking to bulk up more in offseason
Deone Bucannon, who dealt with an ankle injury in 2016, said his goal for this offseason is to get healthy and keep his speed.
NFL.com: David Johnson's juke against Carolina the best of 2016
David Johnson was part of many impressive plays in 2016, but according to NFL.com, he had the league's best juke in a Cardinals loss to the Panthers.
PFF: Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu still among league's elite young players
Despite a season in which he was a shell of his former self, Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu still ranks high among the NFL's top young players.