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A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Saturday.

I am making a lovely drive from Chicago to Indianapolis today, so don't mind me if things are a little slow for the weekend.

What is not slow is the news.

There is a lot of talk coming out of the end of the Arizona Cardinals offseason workouts, which means a lot of: questions, takeaways, observations... Really, a lot of feelings about the end of camp.

Our local media does a great job, so over the next week I will highlight one a day, take a look at what they said and kind of give my opinion on it.

As for today, enjoy the weekend and Go Cardinals.

Let's get to the news.

Former Steelers LB Jarvis Jones ready for fresh start with Cardinals
Jarvis Jones did not live up to expectations as a first-round pick in Pittsburgh but is hopeful a fresh start in Arizona will lead to better things.

Cardinals J.J. Nelson, Patrick Peterson land on list of NFL's fastest players
Speed kills, and the Arizona Cardinals have plenty of it. Wide receiver J.J. Nelson and cornerback Patrick Peterson are a list of the NFL's fastest players.

The 5: Questions at the conclusion of Arizona Cardinals mini-camp
The Arizona Cardinals wrapped up their three-day mini-camp Thursday, and when it was all over, head coach Bruce Arians had nothing but good things to say.

Bruce Arians Pleased As Offseason Ends
Cardinals veterans begin time away, but plan to keep working.

Top Takeaways From The Cardinals' Offseason
John Brown healthy, while Nkemdiche and Reddick have chance to make defensive impact.

Daryl Washington really wants Cowboys to sign him | Cards Wire
He can see the stadium from his neighborhood, but he still hasn't even had a visit.

2017 odds for Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald stats | Cards Wire
What do oddsmakers expect from the two Cardinals stars?

Oddsmakers don’t count on David Johnson improving on 2016 season | Cards Wire
The odds are slightly better that he performs at the same level or below in 2017, although the odds for improvement are too long.

Andre Ellington back to RB, has to be tougher | Cards Wire
He has an uphill battle to make the roster, as he is back as a running back full time.

Injury update for Cardinals at end of minicamp | Cards Wire
See who the three players are nursing late injuries and the two recovering from offseason surgeries.