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"Married" To Football, Byron Leftwich Coaches
One-time draft peer of Carson Palmer is now Palmer's guide on Cardinals' staff.

Cardinals enter offseason still looking for second starting cornerback - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Neither Justin Bethel nor Brandon Williams was able to differentiate himself as a starting cornerback for Arizona during 0TAs and minicamp.

Cardinals QB Trevor Knight gets the chance to learn and win in Arizona
As an undrafted free agent coming out of Texas A&M, Trevor Knight had options where he wanted to go play.

Rookie Dorian Johnson not worried about starting, playing time yet | Cards Wire
The fourth-round pick is worried first about just making the team and staying humble to learn everything he needs to.

At least one Cardinals player to rank in Top-20 in NFL Top 100 | Cards Wire
It looks like David Johnson or Patrick Peterson (or both) could be revealed Monday.

Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton have good things to say about Byron Leftwich | Cards Wire
Even though Palmer entered the league with Leftwich and Stanton has more time in the offensive system, Leftwich is proving his worth.

Will Cardinals, David Johnson repeat Steelers, Le’Veon Bell offseason in 2 years? | Cards Wire
He is eligible for a contract extension in a year. How will the Cardinals handle his situation?

Can Arizona Cardinals cornerback Elie Bouka speak the NFL's language?

Justin Bethel tightens hold on Cardinals starting cornerback job

Scooby Wright might just be better than Cardinals thought

Arizona Cardinals: NFL Network's GFMB high on team
The Arizona Cardinals offensive stars received some love from NFL Network's Nate Burelson on Good Morning Football this past week

Arizona Cardinals: Making the right moves
The Arizona Cardinals have made the right moves when it comes to players and off the field issues, further proven by former Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd