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Bird Droppings: Byron Murphy expected to contribute early, Justin Pugh’s battle to stay healthy, Chandler Jones snubbed and more

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Happy Friday one and all, we have made it.

The Arizona Cardinals have their annual Red and White Practice tomorrow, but that doesn’t stop the news from today.

No, there is plenty of news from around the web on your Arizona Cardinals to help you get your Friday started, so let’s get to it.

#CardsCamp Highlights - Top 5 Plays Of The Week
Take a look at the top five plays from the first week of #CardsCamp.

Justin Pugh Battles His Way To Stay On The Field
Guard looking to bounce back from a second straight year of injuries

Major Responsibility Awaits Byron Murphy
Notes: Working from shotgun; Reed suffers 'minor' injury

Cards Insiders - Camp Battles
Paul Calvisi, Ron Wolfley and Darren Urban go in-depth on the top camp battles to watch for.

Chandler Jones Snubbed From #NFLTop100
LB Chandler Jones was left off the NFL Top 100 players list for 2019.

Kingsbury: 'You Can't Control The Narrative'
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury meets the media on Thursday morning before heading into practice.

'Riding Shotgun' - Robert Alford
Lisa Matthews gives CB Robert Alford a ride to practice at #CardsCamp to talk about his scrappy play style and the identity of the secondary.

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires at age of 44
The former Cardinals kicker is retiring as a member of the Cleveland Browns, whom he spent 14 seasons with before playing in San Francisco and Arizona.

Cardinals assistant head coach Jeff Rodgers aiding Kliff Kingsbury
Jeff Rodgers not only retained his special teams coordinator job after serving under Steve Wilks but earned an extra title to his position.

PFF ranks Cardinals' wide receiver corps 24th in NFL
On Wednesday, the website released its receiving corps rankings heading into 2019 and the Cardinals' receivers were tabbed at 24 on the list.

Former Cardinals safety Tre Boston signs one-year deal with Panthers
Former Arizona Cardinals safety Tre Boston will be returning to his former team after signing a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers.

Cardinals DB Byron Murphy learning as he expects to contribute right away
Byron Murphy and Tramaine Brock will likely hold down the cornerback and nickelback slots for the Arizona Cardinals to begin 2019.

Tre Boston signs with Panthers, will face Cardinals in 2019
Boston returns to Arizona in Week 3.

Arizona Cardinals 2019 stats countdown: 38 days until season opener
See what stats there are in team history for the No. 38.

Cardinals gaining popularity through Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury
Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury are making the Cards a nationally recognized football team, something Arizona fans haven't had in years.

Miami Dolphins showing initial interest in Robert Nkemdiche
Nkemdiche was released by the Cardinals on Saturday with a failed physical designation.

Kliff Kingsbury anticipates injured players returning to practice soon
He is not giving much information but it sounds like in about a week some guys could be back.

Arizona Cardinals training camp: 3 UDFAs with shot at final roster
All are battling but some have a better chance right now than others.