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Top Questions Heading Into 2017 Camp, Part I
Palmer's return, a swap of tackles, Smokey's health among the subjects under microscope.

Cardinals' linebacking corps near top of USA Today positional rankings
The key to the Arizona Cardinals' defense in 2017 could be its linebacking corps, which has been ranked fourth-best in the NFL by USA Today.

Bruce Arians: Carson Palmer 'could play easily until he's 40-42'
Many believe that the 2017 season will be Carson Palmer's last, but according to Cardinals head Coach Bruce Arians, the QB can play a lot longer.

NFC West Q&A: Who will be the division MVP?
Cardinals running back David Johnson and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson are both expected to have dominant seasons.

Bruce Arians of Arizona Cardinals wants to coach in 2018 if healthy
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he hopes to coach in 2017 and in 2018 if he can stay healthy.

Cardinals saw franchise value increase significantly | Cards Wire
The team is one of the most valuable sports franchises in the world.

Losing to Patriots, Jimmy Garoppolo ‘took a lot of swagger’ from Cardinals to start 2016 | Cards Wire
It wasn't their worst loss of the year, but it set them back mentally.

Kurt Warner doesn’t see his career the way you do | Cards Wire
He doesn't look at his story as the rags-to-riches tale so commonly associated with him.

Bruce Arians hopes to coach past 2017 | Cards Wire
It will depend on his health.

Former Cardinals WR Michael Floyd had better be telling the truth | Cards Wire
Coach Mike Zimmer made it clear a lie will get him cut.

Expect a long, different Hall of Fame speech from Kurt Warner | Cards Wire
His career ultimately lasted much longer than was originally expected. It appears his speech will be that way as well.