5hJose Romero

Lorenzo Alexander ready for new season

The conditioning test over and practice set to begin at Arizona Cardinals training camp, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander couldn't hide his excitement.

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9hJose Romero

Cardinals have one goal as season begins

With his team in shape and his star quarterback healthy, coach Bruce Arians said anything short of winning the Super Bowl would be a disappointment.

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Can Ellington stay on the field for Arizona?

Andre Ellington will have to stay healthy for the Cardinals to have good fantasy value. He’s a versatile back who is slated to be the starting back in Week 1. Fantasy X factors

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Is Ellington Arizona's top option?

Durability questions and a disappointing performance in the full-time role pushed Andre Ellington into mid-round territory. Rookie David Johnson could overtake Ellington and become a top-25 fantasy running back by the end of the season. Running back tiers (Insider)

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14hRobert Mays

Grantland: Rating the best cornerbacks in the NFL

Battling diabetes in 2014 led to a down season for Patrick Peterson, whose physical skills can't always compensate when he gambles in coverage. Where does he rank among the league's top corners?

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Will Cardinals' Palmer play enough?

Eric Karabell's fantasy QB rankings note Arizona's Carson Palmer puts up solid numbers, but he hasn't been able to stay on the field enough. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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Cardinals weighed down by Fitzgerald

Even after a restructure, Larry Fitzgerald's contract pays him far more than what the aging receiver is worth. A dead money hit of $9.7 million in 2017 will only make the deal tougher to swallow. Grantland: All-bad-contracts team


NFL Nation Buzz: Arizona Cardinals

John Weinfuss reports on the rookies worth watching at training camp, including defensive end Rodney Gunter.

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3dSarah Spain

Spain: Welter haters better get on board

The Cardinals' hiring of intern coach Jen Welter sparked a lot of talk Tuesday -- most of it questioning how in the world a woman would survive the NFL. Well, haters, we'll lay it out for you.

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Jen Welter's first pro football check

The new Cardinals coach saved the check, not for how much she made ($1 per game), but because of what it represents: "While it wasn't a dream I could have ever had, now it's a dream other girls can grow up having."

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3dJosh Weinfuss

Cards place rookie WR Powell on reserve list

Arizona placed Damond Powell, the wide receiver who was shot twice last week, on the reserve/non-football injury list to make room for tight end Jermaine Gresham.


Arizona made history when it hired Jen Welter, who is believed to be the first female coach in the NFL. Josh Weinfuss and Pedro Gomez discuss the reaction to the hire, and what Welter's background in psychology can bring to the job.

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3dJosh Weinfuss

Cardinals' Arians: Coach Welter 'a trailblazer'

Jen Welter, who was named a coaching intern for the Arizona Cardinals' upcoming training camp, was introduced Tuesday and dubbed "a trailblazer" by Cardinals coach Bruce Arians.

Jen Welter on being named a coaching intern for Cardinals (1:39)


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