Arizona's Freddie Kitchens returns to work after heart condition fixed

NFL training camps have opened, and one coach probably is much happier than others to be going through two-a-days.

Arizona Cardinals assistant Freddie Kitchens told The Associated Press that he is fortunate to be alive after a health scare during OTAs.

Kitchens is in his sixth season with the Cardinals and was kept on staff by new coach Bruce Arians, who made Kitchens the team's quarterbacks coach. And it was those quarterbacks who noticed something wrong with Kitchens on June 4.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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