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Possible future joint practices -- just not in AZ

It’s the homestretch: One more regular practice today, and then an earlier practice Friday (gates open at 9:30 a.m.) before the Cardinals break camp.

Next year, there’s a possibility not all the training camp practices will be at University of Phoenix Stadium, because, as Bruce Arians has mentioned before, he would “love” to hold some joint practices with another team. 236 more words

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Chiefs aftermath

There will be frustration of missing tackles and poor plays from Saturday night, but there is a reason teams have 90 men on the roster now and when the games count there are 53 — many of those guys who were playing and struggling won’t be play this time next month. 502 more words

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Smokey on the move, and #CardsCamp notes

Tangible evidence of the relationship last season between Carson Palmer and John “Smokey” Brown was seen every day after practice. The locker room at the team’s Tempe facility is generally separated into position groups — except Palmer insisted Brown’s locker be installed next to his, so his mentoring of Brown could find easier access. 394 more words

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With workouts, volunteering to be paid

When the strength and conditioning program begins for the Cardinals (and around most of the league) April 20, the tendency is to wonder, “Who isn’t there?” Then becomes the rash of “Remember, it’s only voluntary” answers. 140 more words

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Panthers playoff aftermath

The Cardinals didn’t have enough. They just didn’t, and while Bruce Arians said he doesn’t buy into that line of thinking – “We have to gameplan to win games” – it doesn’t make it any less true. 664 more words

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Cards feel the cost of injuries

The Cardinals are not the most injured team in the league, although there has been little argument they have been undercut by the players they have lost. 331 more words

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Former Bobcats Littered Amongst Professional Rosters

The 2014 football season is in full-swing in Athens, where a young Bobcats team is trying to establish their identity.

But several former Bobcats are making names for themselves at the next level, as ten former ‘Cats are currently on professional football team rosters—seven in the National Football League and three in the Canadian Football League. 346 more words