Happy Thursday one and all.
With the Arizona Cardinals closing in on training camp 2018, only nine days away, the news will start to trickle in a little bit more.
That means a little more to talk about each and everyday.
Let’s get your day started with a look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals.
Like Steve Wilks, A.J. Howard An App State Man
Rookie safety fighting to be second Mountaineer with Cardinals
Larry Fitzgerald makes wish come true for ailing boy
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Quick Slant - No. 2 Receiver
Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the players competing for the number two receiver spot behind Larry Fitzgerald going into training camp.
53 days till Week 1: Remembering No. 53 Steve Neils | Cards Wire
Neils played for the Cardinals from 1974-1980.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim to spend 48 hours in jail for DUI | Cards Wire
He will spend two days in jail, have a week of home detention and must use an ignition interlock device in his vehicle for a year.
Cardinals do well with swift, harsh punishment for GM Steve Keim | Cards Wire
They send the right message with the five-week suspension, as a player would not have been suspended that length by the league.
Ranking the NFC West teams at CB | Cards Wire
Do the Cardinals make it to the top with Patrick Peterson?
Addition of QB Sam Bradford has Larry Fitzgerald excited | Cards Wire
"There’s nothing he can’t do in terms of throwing the football. It’s so effortless," he said.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals go all out granting wish to 7-year-old fan
Seven-year-old Tennyson Erickson grew up on a farm in South Dakota, but he didn't feel far from the Arizona Cardinals. He certainly wasn't when his favorite player, Larry Fitzgerald, invited him to Cards camp.
GM Keim's suspension comes as Cardinals talk David Johnson extension
Complicated context around the David Johnson extension negotiation remains, but Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim's suspension shouldn't hinder the process.
Arizona Cardinals rank No. 41 in Forbes' 2018 most valuable franchises
The Arizona Cardinals rank as one of the 50 most valuable franchises in sports, according to Forbes.