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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald golfing, Patrick Peterson on returns and more

News and notes from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am - Round Two Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images

Happy Saturday one and all, hope your week went well.

The Arizona Cardinals are in a bit of a holding pattern, but there is still plenty of news to get your day started.

Barring any breaking news today, Mitch will have a great op-ed for the day.

Hope you all enjoy your Saturday.

The Importance Of Fourth Down
Eagles' aggressiveness on way to title was backed by analytics

Is there anything Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald can't do?
Larry Fitzgerald may be in the offseason, but that doesn't mean he's stopped competing. The future Hall of Famer is golfing in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Examining Baker Mayfield's chances of being drafted by Cardinals
Could Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield end up in the desert? SI's Robert Klemko seems to think there's a pretty good chance of that happening.

Larry Fitzgerald sends his wishes to high school player battling cancer
From battling cancer, to an amazing comeback and now getting a shout out from his idol Larry Fitzgerald, Ricky Perez has had a roller coaster of a year.

Patrick Peterson's role as return man has declined, but not his talent - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers knows the Cardinals' star cornerback won't handle many punts, but says his ability puts him in elite company.

49ers sign QB Jimmy Garoppolo to huge contract | Cards Wire
He is now the highest-paid player in NFL history.

How Jimmy Garoppolo’s huge contract affects the Cardinals | Cards Wire
The price tag for Kirk Cousins just went up.

Mock draft has Cardinals taking Josh Allen, compares him to Cam Newton | Cards Wire
Chris Trapasso from CBS Sports has the Wyoming signal caller going to Arizona.

A year later, Cardinals given low grade for 2017 draft | Cards Wire
They get a C- and criticism for not being more aggressive and going after a quarterback.

Could the Cardinals draft two QBs? It’s been done many times before | Cards Wire
Seven teams have done it since 2000.