Roster cuts tracker: Teams trim to 53-player rosters
It's that time of the preseason. With the 2016 regular season nearly upon us, NFL teams are make their roster cuts to reach the 53-player limit.
Logan Thomas released by Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals have run out of patience in Logan Thomas. Thomas was one of the 19 players released by the Cardinals on Saturday as the team cut down its roster to 53 players ahead of Week 1.
Projected 2015 starters: Arizona Cardinals
Bruce Arians is on record saying Andre Ellington is his starting running back, but how long will that last? Rookie David Johnson is also gunning for the job.
On the bubble: 22 NFC players who could be cut
Trent Cole and Greg Jennings might be on the outs in the best interest of the Eagles' and Vikings' salary caps. Who else could be cut loose in the NFC? Chris Wesseling takes a closer look.
Injury roundup: Rashad Jennings has MCL sprain
New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings told reporters on Monday he has been diagnosed with a sprained MCL. Jennings said the injury will not require surgery.
Projected 2014 starters: Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals selected Deone Bucannon in the first round of this year's draft with hopes he'll become Arizona's enforcer in the secondary. With a top-notch defense, are the Cards Super Bowl contenders?
Roster Reset: NFC West
The Cardinals made strides in free agency, but will the moves affect the NFC West standings? Around The League ranked the teams in the division based on their margin of offseason improvement.
Tyrann Mathieu ahead of schedule, Cardinals GM says
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim says Tyrann Mathieu is "really ahead of schedule" in his recovery from knee surgery. When will Mathieu be back to full health?
Ted Ginn joins Arizona Cardinals on three-year contract
Ted Ginn shined last season for the Carolina Panthers and now he's headed to the desert. The Arizona Cardinals signed the wide receiver to a new contract Thursday.
Oakland Raiders to host LaMarr Woodley, Justin Tuck
The Oakland Raiders will host LaMarr Woodley and Justin Tuck one day after agreeing to deals with two offensive linemen. Check out what other free agents are visiting teams around the NFL.
Free agency primer: Top 25 defensive linemen
While offensive playmakers are scant in this year's free-agent crop, Chris Wesseling says defensive linemen like pass rusher Jared Allen and run stuffer Red Bryant are plentiful.
Offseason Forecast: Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals are aiming for a return to the playoffs in 2014. Will they be able to lock up Patrick Peterson and re-sign Karlos Dansby to a long-term contract extension this offseason?
Tom Brady is NFL's best QB, Ben Roethlisberger says
Tom Brady is having one of the worst statistical seasons of his career, but Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger still calls the New England Patriots' star the game's best quarterback.
J.J. Watt still atop ATL's defensive end rankings
J.J. Watt's sacks are down slightly from last season, but he's still the NFL's best defensive end. Chris Wesseling explores while breaking down the best and worst of the position.
NFC free agency winners and losers
The Seattle Seahawks, with Percy Harvin, are loaded. The Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions seem primed for comeback seasons. Gregg Rosenthal breaks down how free agency has impacted the NFC.
What we learned on Day 4 of NFL free agency
Greg Jennings signed a big contract with the Minnesota Vikings on Friday. But could he eventually regret the deal? Gregg Rosenthal examines that as well as the rest of Friday's free agency news.
Antoine Cason, Arizona Cardinals strike contract
Antoine Cason strikes one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals worth roughly around $2 million plus incentives, according to the Arizona Republic.
Matt Shaughnessy inks Arizona Cardinals contract
Matt Shaughnessy isn't a flashy signing for the Arizona Cardinals, but the former Oakland Raiders starter will be a solid addition to the defensive line.
Top 85 free agents: Andre Smith available
This year's free-agent crop is a lot like this year's draft class: What it lacks in star power, it makes up for in depth. Gregg Rosenthal ranks the best players on the market this year.