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Harold Goodwin not hampered, Keim prepping for combine and more

A look around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

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There is still not much going on in the way of free agency or moves being made by the Arizona Cardinals, but that does not mean there is not plenty of information to pull from.

Enjoy the day all.

Cards Insiders - Splash Moves
Insiders discuss the chances of the Cardinals making a splash move in free agency or trade this offseason.

Re-signing Tony Jefferson is ‘one of the top priorities’ for Cardinals, says Bruce Arians | Cards Wire
Bruce Arians wants to bring back his free agents, especially Tony Jefferson.

Cardinals Blogs | Humphries, Nkemdiche and Year 2

NFL minute: Could Saturday Night Football be coming? | Cards Wire
Could Thursday Night Football get replaced by NFL games on Saturday Night? According to a Twitter poll by Tim Benz suggests fans would be more willing to watch it than the games on Thursday. Why not? It would give teams more time to recover from the previous week.

WR Mike Williams to Cardinals in latest mock draft | Cards Wire
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Williams is the best WR in the draft and the Cardinals could take him in the first round.

5 free agent WRs that could work for Cardinals | Cards Wire
Arizona probably won't go for a splash at receiver, so here are some possibilities where the cost might not be too high.

Cardinals GM Steve Keim starts preparing for scouting combine - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim has "a good handle on free agency," and has begun to research college players for the upcoming combine.

Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians: Harold Goodwin’s quest not hampered - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Bruce Arians believes teams considering Harold Goodwin for a head coaching job should focus on his leadership of men, not his lack of playcalling.

Brock Huard believes Cardinals' 'All or Nothing' mentality hurt them in 2016
The Arizona Cardinals were very clear about their stated goals in 2016. They fell short, and one analyst believes "All or Nothing" worked against them.