Welcome to the weekend. Hope your work week went well and you are enjoying the morning with Revenge of the Birds and some Arizona Cardinals news from around the web.
Onto the news.
Breakfast with Bruce: WRs, RBs, Vegas and London
Wednesday morning at the Arizona Biltmore, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians sat down to chat with members of the media for nearly an hour.
Mel Kiper gives Cardinals a C+ in re-grade of 2016 draft
ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper re-graded each team for the 2016 NFL Draft, with the Cardinals dipping slightly but still getting by with a passing grade.
Bruce Arians would like expanded replay, more practice time
As part of the competition committee, Bruce Arians had a role in the rule changes the NFL will roll out in the 2017 season.
NFL.com: Pro day illustrates why Arizona would be good fit for Mahomes
Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes is an interesting quarterback prospect, and after his Friday pro day, some are linking him to the Cardinals.
Cardinals apparently wanted to draft Paxton Lynch, Jacoby Brissett | Cards Wire
According to Arians, the Cardinals twice had QBs on their draft cards, only to have them take just before their pick.
CB Teez Tabor on draft stock: ‘Somebody could lose their job if they pass on me’ | Cards Wire
Despite an even worse showing at his pro day with the 40-yard dash, he believes he will be great in the NFL.
Bruce Arians: ‘It ain’t going to be the same Black Hole in Vegas’ - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The siren call of Las Vegas nightlife doesn't concern Bruce Arians. When his Cardinals visit the Raiders, they're going to be on a business trip.
Cardinals’ 2016 draft grade falls after further review | Cards Wire
After virtually zero contributions in 2016, there could be as many as three starters from the 2016 class in 2017.
Check out who the Cardinals get in latest 5-round NFL.com mock draft | Cards Wire
Arizona doubles up at receiver in Chad Reuter's five-round mock draft.
Cardinals work out small-school WR Dante’ Edwards | Cards Wire
The Arizona Cardinals have a reputation of finding small-school prospects to draft. They looked at one on Thursday, as they worked out receiver Dante' Edwards out of Concordia University Wisconsin, according to NFL Draft Diamonds. He is 6-0 and 210 pounds.