Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Around the NFC West: Qwest Field gems
By ESPN.com staff
Safety Adrian Wilson and receiver Larry Fitzgerald are trying to coordinate a "minicamp" for Cardinals players in the next few weeks.
Darren Urban examines the Cardinals' defensive line and the high expectations for the starting lineup.
San Francisco 49ers
Safety Dashon Goldson, defensive end Ray McDonald and outside linebacker Manny Lawson would benefit from the proposed labor agreement.
McDonald has his sights set on being a starter when the 2011 season rolls around. "I know I'm an every-down player, a starter," McDonald said following a workout Tuesday at San Jose State. "And that's what I'm looking to do this year. I'm not looking to back up anybody. I'm looking to start this year."
Field Gulls offers an offseason analysis of the Seahawks' linebackers.
In light of Seattle's home field getting a name change, Danny O'Neil lists his top-10 moments in Qwest Field history.
St. Louis Rams
Getting the team's draft picks signed in time for training camp -- assuming there is a training camp -- will be a challenge for the Rams.