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A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Wednesday one and all.

The Arizona Cardinals have done a lot of traveling recently, figuring out their draft board and getting ready for 22 days from now.

Except, 22 days is forever in fandom days, so let's go into some news for... today.

Cardinals Adding Mobile Tackling Dummies
Bruce Arians hopes new technology will help technique.

Arizona Cardinals already have game plan for London trip - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals are already sorting out their trip to London to play the Rams , but also focusing on how the travel will affect players on the way back.

Mayock: LB Foster one of draft's best, QBs shouldn't go in round one
The Arizona Cardinals could go all sorts of directions with their first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, including linebacker or maybe QB.

Anquan Boldin: Cardinals haven't called, want to continue playing
From 2003 to 2009 Anquan Boldin was one of the faces of the Arizona Cardinals, and some are hoping he will join the team again.

Cowboys' Romo retiring, replacing Simms at CBS
Tony Romo is retiring and replacing another former quarterback in Phil Simms on the top NFL broadcasting team for CBS.

Cardinals meet with Alabama LB Reuben Foster | Cards Wire
Arizona could look for a linebacker and he is the best in the class. Will he be available?

Cardinals hold pre-draft visit with small school linebacker | Cards Wire
Javancy Jones from Jackson State is the latest small school player the Cardinals are evaluating.

Notre Dame coach suggests DeShone Kizer not ready to start in NFL | Cards Wire
Broan Kelly raves about Kizer's potential, but indicates he "should still be in college."

Cardinals attend Ole Miss pro day | Cards Wire
Ole Miss' top prospects are Evan Engram, Chad Kelly and Damore'ea Stringfellow.

Cardinals have met with Texas Tech FB/LB/TE | Cards Wire
The college fullback and linebacker is expected to play tight end in the NFL. He impressed people at his pro day.