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Ricky Seals-Jones Tries Tight End
Former wide receiver getting used to new position with Cardinals.

NFL.com: Cardinals' Patrick Peterson among greatest CBs ever
Where does Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson fall in one NFL.com writer's list of the best cornerbacks the game has seen?

NFC West Q&A: Which team can derail Seattle Seahawks? - San Francisco 49ers Blog- ESPN
The Seahawks look like the favorites once again in the NFC West, but they aren't the sure thing they were in the past. Who might dethrone them?

4 more things to know about Haason Reddick, from his former DL coach | Cards Wire
Elijah Robinson, who coached Reddick at Temple, gives us some insight about the Cardinals first-round pick.

6-6 undrafted WR Carlton Agudosi doesn’t regret switching from basketball | Cards Wire
The 6-6 wideout had interest from mid-major programs coming out of high school and was on the same AAU team as Kyrie Irving.

Cardinals linebackers among best in NFL in pass coverage | Cards Wire
Can their play continue with new players at linebacker?

How much better can J.J. Nelson be in 2017? | Cards Wire
Taking a look at some stats and his expected role for 2017, here is what his stats could be.

Who is the best in the NFC West at RB? | Cards Wire
David Johnson is the best running back in the division. Is he enough to give the Cardinals the top spot?

Arizona Cardinals: Draft Picks Not Contributing a Worst-Case Scenario
If the Arizona Cardinals want to have a chance at the playoffs in 2017, they need contributions from their early round draft picks.

Fantasy Football 2017: Predicting the Top NFL Sleeper at Each Position | Bleacher Report
Among the definitions for "sleeper" at Merriam-Webster is this: "Someone or something unpromising or unnoticed that suddenly attains prominence or value." That's the type of sleeper fantasy football owners fervently search for every summer...