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A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Monday one and all. Hope your weekend was exciting, relaxing, entertaining, or whatever you wanted it to be.  As long as you were not banking on the Diamondbacks to finish their road trip above .500, you should have at least gotten something out of the weekend.

Not a ton of Arizona Cardinals news out there, but we are inching... really inching, closer to the start of the camp season, so I am going to start every Monday giving us a look at what is going on with teams from the Arizona Cardinals schedule in 2017.

We will still have our NFC West round up semi regularly, but every Monday will be notes from teams like the Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys to get you at least familiar with what is going on outside of the Arizona Cardinals and NFC West.

Onto the news.

Scooby Wright became impact special teams player late last season | Cards Wire
The formerly undrafted linebacker is making an impression on Cardinals coaches.

6 offensive linemen fighting for 3 or 4 spots on Cardinals roster | Cards Wire
With the starters set, the real battle will be for the offensive line backups.

Patrick Peterson ‘very intrigued’ to see Tyrann Mathieu play in 2017 | Cards Wire
The star cornerback discusses the state of health of his friend and teammate.

CB Patrick Peterson says starter opposite him has to ‘relish the moment’ | Cards Wire
He discusses the three candidates to start opposite him and what they have to do to be successful.

Beyond David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals content with running backs - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Arizona could end up bringing in a veteran RB, but for now it's a wait-and-see situation.

Notes from the Lions, Colts and Cowboys:

Nick Fairley may have a career-threatening heart condition, Lions teammates reach out - Pride Of Detroit
Get well soon, Nick.

ESPN: Matthew Stafford is an Offensive MVP candidate for 2017 - Pride Of Detroit
After an MVP run in 2016, one ESPN writer believes Matthew Stafford could do it again in 2017.

Notes: Former NFL doctor says Ameer Abdullah has a ‘good chance to be 100%’ in 2017 - Pride Of Detroit
The prognosis for Ameer Abdullah’s Lisfranc injury may be better than expected.

How bad is the Detroit Lions secondary? - Pride Of Detroit
Addressing the recent criticism the Lions secondary has taken.

Jack Doyle is more than capable of replacing Dwayne Allen with the Colts - Stampede Blue
Earlier this offseason, the Indianapolis Colts made a couple of notable moves at the tight end position, re-signing Jack Doyle to a three-year, $18.9 million contract and then the following day...

What is the biggest remaining weak spot on the Colts’ roster? - Stampede Blue
The big free agency rush has come and gone, as has the NFL Draft. The bulk of the roster construction for each team has ended for the offseason, then, and teams are preparing for the 2017 season...

How will Christine Michael impact the Colts’ running back position? - Stampede Blue
Yesterday, the Indianapolis Colts made an interesting signing to add Christine Michael, a running back who has spent time with the Cowboys, Seahawks, and Packers during his NFL career. Michael has...

Why The Cowboys Should Expect Dak Prescott And Ezekiel Elliott To Be Better In Year Two - Blogging The Boys
NFL players typically improve the most between their first and second seasons, and it should be no different in Dallas.

Why Tyrone Crawford Is The Canary In The Coal Mine For Cowboys Defensive Line - Blogging The Boys
How the Cowboys use Tyrone Crawford will be a key barometer of how the new faces along the defensive line are progressing.

Searching For Cowboys Rushmen: Why Position May Be Increasingly Irrelevant On The Defensive Line - Blogging The Boys
The NFL game is changing, including the way defensive linemen are used.