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

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Happy Sunday one and all. Hope your weekend was a good one.

The Arizona Cardinals have quite the issue on their hands with the Steve Keim situation, and there is plenty of takes and information coming out of it.

So, let’s get your Sunday started off with a look around the web on the Arizona Cardinals.

Steve Keim Cited For DUI
Team aware of July 4 incident

Cardinals GM Steve Keim cited for DUI over July 4 holiday | Cards Wire
He was one of more than 200 DUI arrests across the state on the holiday.

Steve Keim unlikely to face same situation as Michael Floyd after DUI | Cards Wire
Outside of Floyd, the Cardinals historically have supported those with DUI arrests.

Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals general manager, cited for DUI
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim apologized, saying, "I truly regret my incredibly poor judgment and inexcusable actions" after he was cited for a DUI on July 4 in Arizona.

Cardinals GM Keim cited for DUI on July 4 - National Football Post

Arizona Cardinal GM Steve Keim arrested on suspicion of DUI over July 4
Arizona Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim was arrested on suspicion of DUI during the July 4 holiday.

Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim apologizes after DUI arrest
CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim is apologizing for what he calls "incredibly poor judgment and inexcusable actions" that resulted in a Fourth o

NFL Must Discipline Cardinals GM Steve Keim To Avoid Being Hypocrites | 12up
The NFL should take action against Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim after recent DUI charge.

Ranking the NFC at WR: Rams lead the way with big weapons | Cards Wire
Where do the Cardinals rank at WR in the division?

Bring drafted by Cardinals was ‘perfect situation’ for RB Chase Edmonds | Cards Wire
His sister already lives in Phoenix and his mother has moved there as well to retire.

64 days till Week 1: Remembering No. 64 Randy Clark | Cards Wire
A look back in history to remember a four-year starter on the offensive line when the Cardinals were in St. Louis.