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Drew Stanton post Palmer, Niklas in a more prominent role, accountability board and more

A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Sunday one and all.

Going to be quiet today, but we'll be back to normal tomorrow, as I am getting back to my internship site this morning after a red eye in this morning.

If any news breaks before 10am, I will likely be asleep, but Andy, Alex, Blake or Tyler will be on it.

A good, healthy quarterback debate has been happening, it is fun, don't take a personally when someone disagrees with you.

Onto the news today.

Cardinals bring out accountability board in OTAs | Cards Wire
Normally a mainstay of training camp and the regular season, Bruce Arians is putting emphasis on not making mistakes earlier this year.

Cardinals gave Drew Stanton heads up on Blaine Gabbert signing | Cards Wire
Stanton's status as No. 2 QB has not changed with the addition of the former first rounder.

Troy Niklas slated for prominent role on offense | Cards Wire
If he stays healthy, he will be the No. 1 tight end, in terms of playing the inline position and being a primary blocker.

Chandler Jones dominates opposing left tackles | Cards Wire
He led the league in pressures from his side of the defense.

3 possible ‘Steve Keim special’ free agents at TE | Cards Wire
While the team is comfortable with the tight end room now, here are some candidates to be this year's 'Steve Keim special.'

‘Confidence declining’ in Carson Palmer, Cardinals’ QB situation | Cards Wire
With an aging Carson Palmer and nothing done to address the future, the rating is understandable.

Will Drew Stanton be Carson Palmer's successor with Cardinals? - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Drew Stanton's long-term future on Arizona likely hinges on whether Bruce Arians remains the coach.