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Bird Droppings: New coaches with the Arizona Cardinals, mock drafts and more news from around the web

All the news you need on the Arizona Cardinals from around the web to start your day.

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Happy Thursday one and all.

Hope your week is going well.

The NFL Combine is right around the corner, we’ll have a little on that over the next couple of days, but on Saturday we will have a special open thread. We will be asking for your questions you want to ask prospects.

It can be a specific question for a specific prospect or just general questions you’d like to see asked.

Keep them in mind and on Saturday post in the open thread.

Onto the news on the Arizona Cardinals.

The Nomadic Life Of NFL Coaches
Cross-country move nothing new to Cardinals assistants

Cardinals Blogs
Waiting to see the offensive philosophy

If Kirk Cousins wants to win, some teams just don't make sense - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Two teams that reached conference championship games might be interested in Kirk Cousins. Others will likely offer bigger contracts.

Mel Kiper's second mock has Cardinals drafting wide receiver
Could the Arizona Cardinals pick Alabama's Calvin Ridley to be the heir-apparent to Larry Fitzgerald? Mel Kiper seems to think so in his latest mock draft.

Franchise tag period begins, Cardinals not expected to use it | Cards Wire
They do not see any of their free agents as top players in the league, unlike last year when they used it on Chander Jones.

Cardinals take OL in new mock draft after signing free agent QB | Cards Wire
They go with Texas' Connor Williams

Cardinals make huge trade back in 1st round in new Draft Wire mock draft | Cards Wire
The pick up an extra second-round pick trading back and still land Lamar Jackson. This might be a perfect mock draft.

Mel Kiper’s new mock draft gives Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald’s replacement | Cards Wire
Calvin Ridley is the pick for the Cardinals at No. 15.

Offensive line prospect Kolton Miller offers versatility for Cardinals | Cards Wire
He has played both right tackle and left tackle, and he comes from a pro offense.