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A look around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

Happy Friday one and all... We made it.

Things are winding down when it comes to the draft, but there is still plenty of news on the Arizona Cardinals, so let's get to it.

Best do-over for the Cardinals in 2016 NFL draft | Cards Wire
What would be the best do-over for the Cardinals in the 2016 draft? It wouldn't be any actual pick. It would be losing one over a bad punter.

S Jamal Adams runs blazing 40 at pro day | Cards Wire
His pro day time should vault him into top-10 certainty.

Anquan Boldin wants to play in 2017, but Cardinals haven’t called | Cards Wire
The 36-year-old still wants to compete, but it doesn't look like a reunion with the Cardinals is in the cards.

No 1st-round QBs in this draft class, says Mike Mayock | Cards Wire
He believes there is first round talent, but none is ready to play in 2017 and be good.

See which small-school player is the latest to work out with Cardinals | Cards Wire
They look at another small-school player. Hogan is big and put up ridiculous numbers in college.

RB Chris Johnson’s future with Cardinals still uncertain | Cards Wire
Running back Chris Johnson is still undecided if he will return to the Cardinals in 2017.

Cardinals Blogs | Cards, the Pro Bowl, and how it once was

David Johnson back to 'full throttle,' motivated by birth of son
When we last saw David Johnson, he was leaving the Week 17 finale against the Los Angeles Rams with a knee injury. He also, at the time, was not a father.

ESPN: Cardinals' 2004 draft class 18th-best in history
ESPN's Brian Burke and Doug Clawson ranked the top draft classes in modern NFL Draft history, with the Arizona Cardinals 2004 class coming it at 18th.

Charles Barkley gets his wish, dines with Cardinals coach Bruce Arians
One can only imagine the conversation between Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians and former Phoenix Suns star Charles Barkley.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians judges QBs by reaction at dry-erase board - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The dry-erase board is key in Bruce Arians' evaluation of quarterbacks, as the Cardinals coach wants to see how they react when questioned.

Marquis Bundy of Arizona Cardinals arrested after nightclub dispute
Authorities say Marquis Bundy was acting disorderly toward a Scottsdale nightclub's security staff at about 2:45 a.m. Saturday, leading to his arrest.