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Happy Wednesday one and all.
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You’ve Got Mail: Panthers Week
Topics include the No. 8 patch, Simmons at safety and Johnson’s targets
Passing Attack The Cardinals’ Biggest Early-Season Deficiency
Numbers of note following the loss to the Lions
Cheerleaders At The Lions Game
Images of the Cardinals cheerleaders during the Week 3 matchup against the Lions.
Red Sea Report – Murray Looks To Bounce Back At Carolina
After a forgettable outing against the Lions, QB Kyler Murray looks to have a better performance on the road against the Carolina Panthers. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Bertrand Berry talk about what Murray needs to clean up in order to find success. P
Hot start for Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins coincides with decline for Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Hopkins is off to the best start of an already decorated career, while Fitzgerald was held without a receiving yard in Week 3.
Formers Cardinals 2019 draft pick Hakeem Butler signs with Eagles
Hakeem Butler, a product of Iowa State, was waived by the Cardinals in early September after spending his rookie season on IR with a broken hand.
Cardinals sign former Packers TE Evan Baylis to practice squad
The Cardinals have signed former Green Bay Packers tight end Evan Baylis to the team’s practice squad, Arizona announced Tuesday.
With injuries, AZ Cardinals’ Isaiah Simmons could be going to safety
With Jalen Thompson and Budda Baker out this week and maybe even Chris Banjo, “we may have to look into that,”said Kliff Kingsbury.
Arizona Cardinals bring in former Pro Bowl S T.J. Ward for workout
Ward last played in 2017 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Philadelphia Eagles sign former Cardinals draft pick Hakeem Butler
Butler will move to tight end and attempt to get his NFL career going.
Arizona Cardinals protect 4 on practice squad, add TE Evan Baylis
They sign TE Evan Baylis and protect DL Jonathan Bullard, DL Michael Dogbe, CB Jace Whittaker and RB Jonathan Ward.