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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals get a bonus practice, Chase Edmonds ready to be back, Pharoh Cooper happy for another chance and more

Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Happy Tuesday one and all.

The Arizona Cardinals are officially back at it this week, as we head into week 13 of the 2019 NFL season and the final five games.

That means every NFL team is back in action this week, starting off with three teams playing on Thursday in the yearly Thanksgiving Day football marathon.

The Arizona Cardinals next opponent, the Los Angeles Rams will be coming into the valley after a Monday Night Football matchup with the physical Baltimore Ravens and are just hoping to keep their playoff hopes alive.

More on that matchup and all the other news from around the web on your Arizona Cardinals.

Pharoh Cooper Nothing But Smiles After Return To Cardinals
Wide receiver key offensive component after being cut, re-signed

Running Backs Galore: Chase Edmonds Expected To Play Against Rams
Notes: Pass defense eyes improvement; Refreshing bye week

Kingsbury: 'Feeling Recharged'
Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury talks to the media following the team's first practice back after the bye week.

Monday Practice - Bonus Day
Images from a bonus practice day following the bye week

Roundtable: What needs to change for Arizona Cardinals in last 5 games?
Our hosts might have a few David Johnson opinions. They were asked what the Arizona Cardinals should change in the final five games of 2019.

Pro Bowl voting: Andy Lee, Zane Gonzalez deserve consideration
Gonzalez has made more field goals than anyone else in the league.

Arizona Cardinals schedule: Breakdown of remaining 5 games
The Cardinals play five games in December. What does each opponent look like right now?

Every NFL Team's Most Boneheaded Decision This Year | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
It's easy to nitpick NFL teams with the benefit of hindsight. But glossing past obvious hindsight mistakes, each team has made at least one gaffe since the offseason that created ...