Pete Prisco, of CBSSports.com, says Cardinals CB Greg Toler highlights his list of lesser-known free agents who will make some NFL teams happy if they can get them signed. Also, Arizona's ABC 15 has video of Toler speaking to students on the topic of bullying at Horizon High School on Thursday.
Who will be the next quarterback for the Cardinals? ProFootballTalk.com's Mike Florio shares a few strong suggestions on the matter.
Nicole Bidwell, daughter of Cardinals owner Bill Bidwell, is helping out former Cards receiver Roy Green by participating in a dance event to raise funds for the National Kidney Foundation. Green, 55, talks about the rough adjustment from being an athlete playing in the NFL to a man suffering from kidney disease.
San Francisco 49ers
"There’s got to be something to be learned from a franchise that acquired so much talent in recent years. As if they’re smarter than everybody else, the Niners also will have 13-14 picks going into this year’s draft," writes the San Diego Union-Tribune's Tom Krasovic.
What do the 49ers do with QB Alex Smith? The San Francisco Chronicle's Kevin Lynch offers one idea.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows does his homework, and lists six front-four players that may be within striking distance of the 49ers, who pick 31st in April's draft.
Former 49ers great Dwight Clark talks with middle school students about eating a healthy breakfast.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner talks on an NFL.com podcast about the top rookies of the 2012 season, coach Pete Carroll, teammate Richard Sherman’s trash-talking and the team’s last-second playoff loss in Atlanta.
St. Louis Rams
The planned meeting between the Rams and running back Steven Jackson’s agent has yet to take place, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Kenny Washington became the first African-American to sign with a professional sports team in what is considered the modern era when he inked a deal with the Los Angeles Rams on March 9, 1946. Nick Wagoner, of stlouisrams.com, profiles Washington's legacy.
Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner's six-bedroom home will go on the auction block on Feb. 27 after the Super Bowl champion got tired of waiting for it to sell, according to the Los Angeles Times.