Happy Tuesday and happy mandatory mini-camp day.
I am not sure what the availability will be like for mini-camp information, so I am going to play an open thread by ear.
If reporters are allowed in, I’ll make sure we have it posted, but if not, continue with your normal banter along the site.
No matter what, we want to get you ready for the day, so let’s get to the news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.
Cardinals Sign Safety Travell Dixon
Move needed after injury to Owens as team preps for minicamp
Fullbacks Make A Return With Cardinals
Coleman, Penny look to fill role in Mike McCoy offense
A trio of Cardinals in the top 100
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Arizona Cardinals sign safety Dixon, waive injured safety Owens
The Arizona Cardinals signed safety Travell Dixon on Monday and waived injured safety Jonathan Owens.
Report: Cardinals' FA Frostee Rucker agrees to deal with Raiders
Arizona Cardinals free agent defensive lineman Frostee Rucker is reportedly taking his talents to the Bay Area. The 12-year vet has signed a one-year deal with the Oakland Raiders, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Arizona Cardinals sign safety Travell Dixon; waive Jonathan Owens
The Cardinals signed safety Travell Dixon to replace rookie safety Jonathan Owens, who was waived/injured after suffering a knee injury.
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NFL free agent Andre Ellington strives to regain form
Free agent running back Andre Ellington says the weeks leading up to training camp feel 'like draft day all over again.'