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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals have done well with Covid-19 plans, Kliff Kingsbury wants to play fast and more

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Happy Sunday one and all.

The Arizona Cardinals are getting closer and closer to a more normal training camp starting, minus the fans and a limited number of media.

Yet, we still have plenty of news from around the web to help get things going for you.

Let’s get to it.

Football Outsiders Optimistic About 2020 Cardinals
Analytics site projects team to finish above .500, push for playoffs

Cardinals Want To Play Fast In 2020

Birthday Boy, Kyler Murray
Images of the Cardinals quarterback from his media shoot before the 2020 season. Murray turned 23 on Friday.

Cardinals Cover 2 - Spotlight On Andy Isabella, Zach Allen
Ep. 293 - First, a happy 23rd birthday to Kyler Murray who certainly impressed during his rookie season. However, a couple of his fellow draft class teammates are still looking to make their mark.

Cardinals rookie Isaiah Simmons not adjusting his goals amid coronavirus chaos - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals' first-round pick is steadfast in his outlook for this season -- which he said includes a run at rookie of the year.

ESPN's Barnwell examines Cardinals' Hall of Fame chances
Among all of the individual awards an NFL player can win, none is more encompassing than earning a bronze statue at the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.

Kliff Kingsbury not focusing on position battles yet
He won't look at the battles until well into padded practices.

Kliff Kingsbury uncertain about who will be kick, punt returners
He mentioned Chase Edmonds and Johnnie Dixon as possibilities.

NFL salary space rankings after COVID-19 opt-outs and start of camp
The Patriots went from near the bottom of the league to near the top.

Arizona Cardinals: Eno Benjamin is watch-worthy rookie
When the Arizona Cardinals snagged former Arizona State standout Eno Benjamin in the 7th round, many were surprised with such a value pick.

Arizona Cardinals get first opt out of 2020 season
Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Marcus GIlbert became the first player on the roster to opt out of the 2020 NFL regular season due to COVID-19

Arizona Cardinals right tackle position is up for grabs
Marcus Gilbert's decision to opt out has created an open competition for the Arizona Cardinals at the right tackle position

Arizona Cardinals players have steered clear of COVID-19
Every player on the Arizona Cardinals roster has managed to avoid the horrific coronavirus that continues to disrupt the world