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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals go golfing, Josh Rosen's plan for college and single-game tickets are here

News and notes from around the world on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Happy Tuesday one and all, hope you made it through your Monday.

What an incredible performance from Bryce Harper in the Home Run Derby last night, what a fun night.

We'll have some news on Revenge of the Birds later this evening, but let's get your day started with some different news.

The Arizona Cardinals announced their single-game tickets go on sale this weekend, which means it is almost time for the 2018 season.

It's almost here.

But, until it is here, let's keep up with the news on the Cardinals from around the web.

Single-Game Tickets On Sale Saturday
First two hours limited to those with Arizona zip code

Mean Tweets
Watch the players read and react to mean tweets.

Arizona Cardinals single-game tickets go on sale Saturday
Arizona residents will have the opportunity to buy single-game Arizona Cardinals tickets starting Saturday at 10 a.m. before sales open to everyone two hours later.

55 days until Week 1: Remembering No. 55 Irv Goode | Cards Wire
He was a starting offensive lineman for 10 years when the team was in St. Louis.

Carson Palmer outdoes Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson in golf tournament | Cards Wire
Check out the results from the Cardinals in the American Century Championship.

Cardinals QB Josh Rosen has big idea for college sports, paying athletes | Cards Wire
He would create a system where student-athletes can earn money, but can't get it until after graduating.

Larry Fitzgerald: ‘If I’m not playing in Arizona, I won’t be playing anywhere’ | Cards Wire
He shuts down any talk of any potential trade or finishing his career anywhere but where he is now.

Ranking the NFC West at linebacker: Which team is at the top? | Cards Wire
Can someone unseat the Seahawks?

Josh Rosen's plan for overhauling college athletics
Like many, Rosen has something of a love-hate relationship with college athletics. He also has a plan that could solve many of its problems.