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A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.

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Old School Mason Cole Forges New Journey
Offensive lineman hopes to buck trend and contribute to Cardinals quickly

Why Cardinals QB Josh Rosen Should Be the Favorite to Win NFL Rookie of the Year | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
It's frustrating for quarterback prospects to be drafted below where they think they should go, but it's far from a professional death sentence...

Cardinals sign Chase Edmonds, Chris Campbell, Korey Cunningham to contracts | Cards Wire
Only Christian Kirk and Mason Cole remain unsigned among their draft picks.

Steve Wilks: The kind of person Josh Rosen is allowed him to be QB he is – ProFootballTalk
Josh Rosen entered the huddle Friday for the first time as a professional football player. “Pretty cool, isn’t it?” Rosen told his teammates, via Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. It wasn't exactly Joe Montana's John Candy moment.

Sam Bradford is the Arizona starter, but Josh Rosen won’t be held back – ProFootballTalk
With Carson Palmer retired, the Arizona Cardinals need a new starting quarterback. Currently, they have one. But that could change. "We're pushing everybody to start," coach Steve Wilks said Friday, via NFL.com. "I've stated this several times: Sam Bradford is our starter.

Josh Rosen practiced for the Bills? ESPN mixes up two QBs named Josh | Cards Wire
ESPN made a funny mistake with a TV graphic.

Josh Rosen on first practice with Arizona Cardinals: 'Pretty cool'
On Friday, Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen entered a huddle as a professional football player for the first time, sharing the moment with the 10 other players staring back at him.