Happy Wednesday one and all.
We are almost through the short week and into the long Fourth of July weekend. That means, well not much right now as we head into an odd Fourth of July holiday and hopefully have an NFL season.
That doesn’t mean we won’t have plenty of news from the Arizona Cardinals from around the web, so let’s get to it.
You’ve Got Mail: After The Kyler Workouts
Topics include fans in the stands, the return game, and right tackle
Cardinals Cover 2 – Worst To First?
Since 2002, there have been 21 teams that have made the jump from worst to first. Is it possible the Cardinals can be team No. 22? Of course it is. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the likelihood, factoring in the competitive NFC West.
Red Sea Report – Forecasting The Cardinals’ Starters
With just over two months before opening day, Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Darren Urban predict the starters for the Cardinals. Will rookies be able to make an immediate impact with no on-field work done in the offseason?
Kurt Warner relates to Cam Newton after 2015 MVP signs with Patriots
After two seasons of injuries, Cam Newton was let go by the Carolina Panthers and signed with the New England Patriots. Kurt Warner can relate.
Then and now: Cardinals DBs have much to prove after 2019
Arizona Cardinals cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Robert Alford have a shot to get it right in 2020, while the young safety room could break out.
Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins goes fishing and catches a stingray
We can assume Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins will and should not be appearing on the next episode of “River Monsters.” But here’s a cool video.
Kliff Kingsbury very close to Johnny Manziel, has helped him in life
Manziel lives near Kingsbury in Scottsdale and credits the Cardinals head coach for helping get is life on track.
Patrick Peterson did excel in one area in 2019
According to PFF, he was one of the best cornerbacks in the red zone in 2019.
Kurt Warner compares Cam Newton’s situation to his own career
Warner believes Newton can rebound and turn his career around on a new team the way Warner did.
Kyler Murray anticipates helping offensive line protect him in Year 2
“Last year, a lot of those sacks I feel were on me,” he said. “I don’t think I’ll be putting those guys in that situation too many times anymore.”