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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals open a new camp, Kyler Murray the starter, Kliff Kingsbury brings out the offense and more

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Day one of the Arizona Cardinals 2019 training camp is in the books and what a day it was.

We saw the beginning of the Kliff and Kyler show, we saw some new aspects of camp and we saw what we hope will be the beginning of something special as Arizona Cardinals fans.

Day one gives all the news you can handle from around the web, so let’s not waste any time.

Let’s get to it.

Kyler Murray Was Starter From The Start, And Cardinals Benefit
Unlike many rookie quarterbacks, top pick knew he was atop depth chart

Tramaine Brock Slotting In With Cardinals
Notes: Shipley, Cole rotate with first team; headset communication

After Practice: Chandler Jones Touches The QB, And A Snack Break

Kliff Kingsbury Encouraging Kyler Murray To Improvise
Dual threat quarterback will practice scramble drills in training camp

Murray - 'It's Our Job To Make People Believe' In Offense
QB Kyler Murray meets the media before the first day of #CardsCamp.

Kingsbury - 'Excited To Watch Them Practice'
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury talks to the media before heading into their first practice.

Cards Camp Highlights - New Era Begins
Catch the top highlights from day one of #CardsCamp.

Cards Daily - And We're Off
Paul Calvisi brings you the latest news and notes on the first practice at #CardsCamp.

Murray - Kingsbury's offense can work in pros
New Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray thinks that coach Kliff Kingsbury's offense can work at the professional level.

Kurt Warner stresses balance of tempo, patience with Cardinals' offense
Kurt Warner joined Bickley and Marotta to discuss the Cardinals' fast-paced offense, and how the preseason affects how much the Cardinals can show it off.

With Kingsbury 'used to playing 8' WRs, Cardinals rookies could get time
Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said he's used to playing with eight wide receivers. That gives a group of Arizona rookies a chance this training camp.

The 5: Cardinals practice observations on Day 1 of Camp K
Expect the Arizona Cardinals to run the ball during the regular season. But on Day 1 in training camp, it was all about the air game.

He's the man: Kyler Murray opens Cardinals camp as the future
There's no doubt the Arizona Cardinals' 2019 season is riding on Kyler Murray. His teammates believe in him. But how will he handle failure as a rookie?

Four-Down Territory: What Doug & Wolf are watching for at Cards camp
Doug Franz, Ron Wolfley and Paul Calvisi of the Doug & Wolf Show explain what they're looking forward to seeing as Cardinals training camp gets underway.

Bickley: New era of Cardinals football begins with Murray, Kingsbury
Training camp is underway for the Arizona Cardinals, marking the start of the 2019 season. It's not only a new season for the team, but a new era.

NFL training camp: Preview for Arizona Cardinals ILBs
The position seems mostly set.

NFL training camps: Previewing the AZ Cardinals CBs
We look at the roster, the expectations, the questions and the roster battles as camp begins.

NFL training camp: Previewing the Arizona Cardinals safeties
We look at the roster, the questions, expectations and outlook.

NFL training camp: Previewing the AZ Cardinals specialists
The only question mark in this unit is Zane Gonzalez.

New Arizona Cardinals OLB Matt Longacre favored to make roster
Competing with inexperienced players, Kliff Kingsbury called him an ideal player you want as a backup player.

Arizona Cardinals training camp: Andy Lee returns to No. 4
After two years of wearing No. 2, he switches to the number he wore for 11 seasons while he played for the 49ers.

Arizona Cardinals position battles: Team has two starting centers
Kingsbury will not reveal who is in the lead, only that the team needs to figure out who it will be.