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  1. Larry Fitzgerald not ready to retire: 'I can still play at a high level'
    Arizona Cardinals wideout Larry Fitzgerald has considered retirement a lot lately. But the future Hall of Famer told media members Sunday he still has more left in the tank for 2017.
  2. Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald to sit out HOF Game
    The Arizona Cardinals will take the field in Canton without their two senior members on offense. Coach Bruce Arians told reporters that Carson Palmer nor Larry Fitzgerald won't play.
  3. Cardinals re-sign Chris Johnson to one-year contract
    After spending the offseason prescribing a heavy workload for duel-threat David Johnson, the Cardinals are building backfield depth as they prepare for training camp.
  4. Arians: Palmer overworked his arm before last season
    Appearing on The Rich Eisen Show last week, Bruce Arians revealed that Carson Palmer entered the season with fatigue in his throwing arm after overworking in the months leading up to September.
  5. David Johnson: There's room for me to carry more
    Bruce Arians isn't nervous about overworking David Johnson, saying he wants "30 touches out of" his star RB per game. Johnson is on the same page, embracing his enlarged role.
  6. Tyrann Mathieu: I'm NFL's best defender if healthy
    Tyrann Mathieu suffered through a disappointing 2016 season after tearing his ACL late in 2015. Is he healthy enough to regain All-Pro form and lead the Cardinals back to the playoffs this year?
  7. Bruce Arians says he drank paint as a kid -- twice
    Bruce Arians is not your typical NFL coach. Turns out he wasn't your typical child, either. He believed drinking paint made him more difficult to tackle when he played in neighborhood football games.
  8. Bruce Arians: Cardinals 'gotta win close games' in 2017
    After struggling to close out the tight contests in 2016, Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians knows that's the area his team needs to focus on most in 2017. "You gotta win close games," he said.
  9. Dunn: I like David Johnson more than Elliott, Bell
    Former Pro Bowl running back Warrick Dunn joined the crew of "Good Morning Football" on Wednesday to discuss why he's a big fan of Cardinals running back David Johnson.
  10. Arians had surgery to remove cancer from kidney
    Bruce Arians underwent surgery in February to remove a cancerous spot on one of his kidneys, the Arizona Cardinals coach reveals in his new book, "The Quarterback Whisperer."
  11. Cards RB David Johnson hopes Le'Veon Bell gets paid
    There is an additional pressure on Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell as he approaches the negotiating table: A handful of other running backs are watching and counting on him to break the bank.
  12. Cardinals top list of most turned over NFL rosters
    The Cardinals claimed the top spot in a ranking of teams with the highest roster turnover, according to Over The Cap. The team lost Calais Campbell and Marcus Cooper this offseason.
  13. Johnson: 'Pressure on me' to win for Fitzgerald, Palmer
    Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson has high individual goals for the 2017 season, but his ultimate objective is to win a Super Bowl ring for Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald.
  14. Carson Palmer a Super Bowl win from Hall of Fame?
    Would a Super Bowl win make a Hall of Famer out of Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer someday? Coach Bruce Arians thinks it would definitely put him in the conversation.