Good morning one and all and Happy Tuesday. Hope your Monday was an eventful one and your week started off strong.
It did for the Arizona Cardinals, as they signed free agent Brice Butler, but also made an offer to Jordan Matthews.
Other than that, not much is happening, just getting ready for the NFL Draft.
Let’s get to the news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.
Steve Wilks Ready For Player Return
Beginning of offseason program gives coach first chance for real interaction
Cardinals Add WR Brice Butler
Former Cowboy signs two-year contract
For Cardinals, offseason work has arrived
Arizona Cardinals sign wide receiver Brice Butler to 2-year deal
The Arizona Cardinals have signed free-agent wide receiver Brice Butler to a two-year contract.
NFC West Q&A: Do Los Angeles Rams have best overall defense in NFL? - NFC West- ESPN
The Rams' star power on defense is off the charts thanks to additions such as Ndamukong Suh, but will it all translate to L.A. having the top unit?
Free agent WR Brice Butler agrees to two-year deal with Cardinals
Free agent wide receiver Brice Butler has agreed to a two-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals, confirms 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Mike Jurecki.
Vita Vea is Cardinals’ pick in Peter Schrager’s new mock draft | Cards Wire
Vea isn't a quarterback, but he would terrorize opposing quarterbacks.
What type of player can the Cardinals get with their 3rd-round compensatory pick? | Cards Wire
A look at the last five years of the 97th overall pick, which the Cardinals have in 2018.
Cardinals sign WR Brice Butler to 2-year contract | Cards Wire
They finally add a receiver, but he only caught 15 passes in 2017.
Former Cardinals TE Troy Niklas draws interest from Patriots | Cards Wire
He still is unsigned after a career high in catches.
Cardinals hope to repeat with Sam Bradford their success with Carson Palmer | Cards Wire
The latest edition of Arizona's "Flight Plan" video series addresses the signing of Sam Bradford and draws comparisons to Carson Palmer.
WR Jordan Matthews sought more money than Cardinals wanted to pay | Cards Wire
He was reportedly seeking at least $5 million per season.