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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals diving into the mental side, Isaiah Simmons begins to learn it all, getting to know Rashard Lawrence and more

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Happy Friday one and all.

We are on our way to a bit of a different weekend, with some things opening up. However, the NFL is still all virtual, so we have that and more news from around the web on your Arizona Cardinals.

Let’s get to it.

You've Got Mail: Role Playing Over Video Meetings
Topics include Campbell's spot, Fotu on offense and the Lions on the schedule

After Mid-Career Entrance, Chandler Jones Creating Strong Cardinals Legacy
Sack master has made huge impact since 2016 trade

NFL’s Virtual Offseason Extended Through May 29
Cardinals will continue to receive instruction online

The Mental Game: Isaiah Simmons Dives Head-First Into Learning All His Roles
Cardinals rookie linebacker knows prep comes first with NFL versatility

Kliff Kingsbury Expresses Confidence In Second-Year Receivers
Progress expected from Andy Isabella, KeeSean Johnson and Hakeem Butler

Risky Business: Terrell Suggs’ Advice Helped Chandler Jones Have Monster Year
Taking more chances helped Jones dominate in 2019

Kyler Murray, MVP Candidate And Prepping For Year Two
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'The Takeoff' With Rashard Lawrence
Lisa Matthews chats with fourth-round pick Rashard Lawrence about what his experience was like on draft day, what it was like winning a National Championship with LSU, and what he can bring to this defense.

Jones: 'I'm Itching To Play'
OLB Chandler Jones talks about his current mentality, getting his degree and playing under Vance Joseph for another season.

Cover 2 Clips - Murray's Command On The Offense
Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss Murray's improved confidence, decision-making and leadership heading into next season.

Flight Plan Bonus - 'The First Impression: Isaiah Simmons'
]An extended look at the first meeting between the Cardinals and their eventual first-round Draft pick, Isaiah Simmons, which took place in February at the NFL Combine.

Red Sea Report - Cardinals Have Youthful Playmakers In Kyler Murray And Isaiah Simmons
The Cardinals are building with youth on both sides of the ball. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Darren Urban discuss the playmaking abilities of quarterback Kyler Murray and rookie linebacker Isaiah Simmons.

Cardinals Underground – MVP Potential, Eraser Use And The Last Dance Tie-in
As the Cardinals proceed with a virtual offseason, Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard discuss the notion Kyler Murray is among the top MVP candidates; the idea of Isaiah Simmons at one position yet everywhere;

Cardinals Cover 2 - Chandler Jones, The Humble Superstar
It's not easy to get linebacker Chandler Jones to talk about himself, so Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki attempt to do it for him. A two-time Pro Bowler and first-team All-Pro in his four seasons with the Cardinals, Jones is still very much in his prime.

Big Red Rage - Corey Peters Looks For Cardinals Defense To 'Make Some Noise'
Defensive tackle Corey Peters joined Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley to talk about top-pick Isaiah Simmons, the new faces along the defensive line and his recently-announced virtual book club for high school students.

Cardinals re-sign cornerback Kevin Peterson to 1-year deal
The Cardinals have re-signed cornerback Kevin Peterson to a one-year contract.

Arizona governor says pro sports can resume without fans May 16
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday that professional sports, including MLB, the NBA, the NHL and the NFL, can resume in the state without fans Saturday.

NFL teams and bookshelves beware: Cardinals rookie is ticked - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Evan Weaver, college football's leading tackler in 2019, has a "boulder on his shoulder" and furniture in his wake after falling to the sixth round.

Cornerback Kevin Peterson returns to the Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals front office is bringing back the 26-year old to compete for the squad's number-four cornerback job