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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals bring players off Covid-19 list, Corey Peters coming back, DeAndre Hopkins talks and more

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Happy Wednesday one and all.

The Arizona Cardinals have made a number of moves, including bringing back a large group of players from Covid-19 protocol.

There is plenty of news from around the web to help us get ready.

Let’s get to it.

Cardinals Re-Sign Defensive Lineman Corey Peters
Six players come off Covid list and return to practice

DeAndre Hopkins Looking For His Own Nirvana
Wide receiver hopeful Green addition can help him and Cardinals to title

You've Got Mail: The Longest Week Of Camp
Topics include Jordan Hicks, Fitz's decision and Kyle's departure

Cardinals Add Wide Receiver By Signing Greg Dortch
Team also activates safety Shawn Williams from NFI

Cardinals Count On Colt McCoy's Pedigree To Pay Off In QB Room
Veteran brought in to help Murray, Streveler -- and experience if he has to play

Hop V. Alford, And Camp Practice Aftermath
Cards normalize a bit as offensive linemen return

Roger Goodell Visits, And Camp Practice Aftermath
Team dons pads for the first time

Cardinals Cover 2 - Jordan Hicks: I Just Want To Play
Ep. 448 - Open. Honest. Very candid. That was Jordan Hicks after practice on Saturday. He took us behind closed doors on what happened this offseason. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki react to what they heard.

Red Sea Report - Marco Wilson Adjusting To NFL Life
Rookie cornerback Marco Wilson joined Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki, and Kyle Vanden Bosch to talk about his first NFL training camp, seeking advice from the vets and covering DeAndre Hopkins.

Cardinals Underground - Camp Not-So-Confidential
Paul Calvisi and Darren Urban run the two-man game after a week at State Farm Stadium. The Cardinals are into padded work, and are seeing all kinds of high-end visitors as they go through the longest week of camp.

2021 NFL offseason - Everything you missed, including the Aaron Rodgers saga, Dak Prescott's deal, big trades and new rules
Catch up on the past six months of the NFL offseason, including the Aaron Rodgers saga, free-agent signings, quarterback changes and more.

A more 'philosophical' Kyler Murray enters Year 3 with Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Of Murray's growing leadership qualities, coach Kliff Kingsbury said, "the entire place feels it, the whole organization."

Arizona Cardinals to return 6 players from COVID-19 protocols
Six of the nine Arizona Cardinals who at the end of last week were away from the team due to COVID-19 protocols will return for practice on Monday.

DT Corey Peters officially returns to Arizona Cardinals
Three-time Arizona Cardinals captain Corey Peters is officially back with the team in 2021, signing a one-year deal on Monday.

Corey Peters works out, signs with Arizona Cardinals
Ahead of the team's practice on Monday, former Cardinals defensive tackle Corey Peters worked out with the team and then signed a one-year deal.

DeAndre Hopkins yet to reach his 'peak,' jacked about A.J. Green pairing
While DeAndre Hopkins has played with the likes of Larry Fitzgerald and Andre Johnson, he's yet to play with someone at his peak like WR A.J. Green.

12-year veteran Colt McCoy found confidence in Kliff Kingsbury's offense
Arizona Cardinals new backup quarterback Colt McCoy has found confidence in his specific role in the second week of training camp with the offense under Kliff Kingsbury.

Kingsbury: Cards' Christian Kirk, Brian Winters dealing with minor issues
The Arizona Cardinals were without wide receiver Christian Kirk and guard Brian Winters during Tuesday's edition of training camp.

Cardinals activate S Shawn Williams from NFI list, sign WR Greg Dortch
The Cardinals announced Tuesday they activated safety Shawn Williams from the non-football injury list and signed receiver Greg Dortch to a one-year deal.

Zach Allen hits grindstone hard, ready to capitalize on late 2020 success
After finding his groove late in the 2020 season, Cardinals DE Zach Allen went into the offseason looking to keep momentum on his side.