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A look at news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Friday one and all. I hope your week went well, we are ready for the weekend, but first, Friday.

Let's get it started with a look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

Josh Allen heads picks for Cardinals in latest Draft Wire mock draft | Cards Wire
Check out this full seven-round mock draft.

Blake Shelton tells Kirk Cousins to sign with Cardinals | Cards Wire
He predicts Arizona will be in the Super Bowl next year.

The arguments for and against signing QB Kirk Cousins | Cards Wire
There's lots of chatter about Kirk Cousins to Arizona. Here are some arguments for and against his coming to the desert.

Cardinals taking another Panthers assistant away for Steve Wilks’ staff | Cards Wire
Cam Turner is the latest to reportedly leave Carolina to join the Cardinals' coaching staff.

Antoine Bethea will be back for Cardinals in 2018 | Cards Wire
The Cardinals will not release him before his $1 million roster bonus comes due.

Buddy Morris reportedly to stay on Cardinals staff | Cards Wire
He will remain on staff to be strength and conditioning coach.

Cardinals to show offseason series documenting 2018 changes | Cards Wire
The first episode of "Flight Plan" begins next week.

Cardinals' Super Bowl hopes hinge on a quarterback, any quarterback - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Any chance the Cardinals have of reaching the postseason hinges on finding a suitable replacement for QB Carson Palmer.

Adrian Peterson ordered to pay balance of bank loan
Running back Adrian Peterson has been ordered to pay a bank nearly $600,000 -- the balance of a $2.4 million loan taken out in May 2016, which he defaulted on.

D.J. Humphries, As Always, Stays Positive
Left tackle, coming off knee injury, looking forward to return to field

Cardinals Blogs
Jimmy G’s deal and the benefit of a drafted QB

Cardinals' Bethea named first Black College Football Pro Player of the Year
Arizona Cardinals safety Antoine Bethea has already won a Super Bowl ring in his career. On Wednesday, he entered a class of his own.