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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals bring Aaron Brewer back and claim corner off waivers

News and notes from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Saturday one and all.

Hope your week went well and you are ready for the last early game of the season for the Arizona Cardinals.

To help you get ready, let’s take a look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

Pasch Factor: Cousins And QB Stability
Like Cardinals, Washington isn't sure about its long-term quarterback, even with one in place

Five Things To Watch: #AZvsWAS
A look at the top storylines for Sunday's game in Washington

Aaron Brewer First To Return From IR
Notes: WR John Brown to miss his fourth straight game

Adrian Peterson Headed To IR
Neck injury ends running back's season; Cards claim cornerback

Cardinals Blogs
Tillman and the NFC East, Friday before Washington

Report: ASU to offer defensive coordinator position to Donnie Henderson
Mike Jurecki of 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station has learned that ASU's search for a new defensive coordinator is now centered on Donnie Henderson.

Cardinals activate LS Aaron Brewer from injured reserve list
The Arizona Cardinals have activated long snapper Aaron Brewer off of the injured reserve list, the team announced Friday.

All-Access with Bruce Arians: Baker, Bethea are full-speed and ready to go
Head coach Bruce Arians, now in his fifth year with the Arizona Cardinals, meets the media several times leading up to gameday.

Cardinals place Adrian Peterson on IR, claim C.J. Goodwin off waivers
The Arizona Cardinals placed running back Adrian Peterson on injured reserve and claimed cornerback C.J. Goodwin off waivers, the team announced Friday.

Dealing Cards: Counting on Kerwynn Williams in absence of Peterson
Availability is just as important as ability when it comes to playing in the National Football League. Maybe even more so.

With Adrian Peterson on IR, what happens for RB and Arizona Cardinals?
At age 32 and having been injured in each of the past two years, the veteran's future will be hotly debated. Here are three likely outcomes.

Tyrann Mathieu surprises local Arizona families for the holidays
The Cardinals star spent $10,000 of his own money to personally deliver food, gifts and cash to families in need of a boost during the holiday season.