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NFLPA recommends that players stop practicing together

The NFL had no offseason workouts in 2020, but plenty of players have worked out together on their own. The NFL Players Association officially has asked them to stop. “Please be advised that it is our consensus medical opinion that in light of the increase in COVID-19 cases in certain states that no players should [more]

Kenyan Drake says he’ll kneel alongside Kyler Murray

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray said this week that he will take a knee during the playing of the national anthem this season and another offensive starter said he’ll be joining Murray in that protest of racial inequality and police brutality. Running back Kenyan Drake was on the Dolphins in 2016 when wide receiver Kenny Stills [more]

Will the Colin Kaepernick talk lead to action?

Multiple NFL figures recently have been talking about Colin Kaepernick. The question now becomes whether the talk will lead to action. There’s still no reason to believe it will. Indeed, there’s no indication that anyone has actually reached out to Kaepernick or his representatives to discuss a potential visit or tryout or contract or anything. [more]

Kenyan Drake: I feel Cardinals will really take the league by storm

Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake said last month that he think the Cardinals will “be a nuisance for everybody in the NFC West” and he’s thinking even bigger this month. Drake made an appearance on NFL Network Thursday and said that he saw a big difference between last year’s team and this one. He said [more]

Kyler Murray foots the bill for a 21-player gathering in Dallas

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, the 2019 offensive rookie of the year, wants to take it to the next level in 2020. And he’s willing to write the check that will help lay the foundation for it. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Murray has invited 20 teammates to Dallas for workout sessions that [more]

Kyler Murray isn’t holding back

On Wednesday, Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray said he’ll kneel during the anthem in 2020. And when an Instagram user criticized Murray for his stance, the normally quiet and reserved signal-caller got blunt and candid. “You think I give a f–k?” Murray said. Murray said much more on Wednesday regarding the issues raised by this unique [more]

Kyler Murray will get his receivers together soon for throwing session

Kyler Murray has remained inside his house in the Dallas area for most of the past three months save for his workouts. “I was built for the quarantine life,” the Cardinals quarterback said Wednesday during a Zoom call, via Kyle Odegard of the team website. “I don’t really go outside anyway, other than working out [more]

Dexter Manley has recovered from COVID-19

Former Washington defensive lineman Dexter Manley announced in a video he is recovered from COVID-19. Manley posted the message on social media Wednesday. “I want to let all the fans know I appreciated your concerns, the letters, the phone calls,” Manley said. “I’m back, and you can’t keep a good man down.” Manley, 61, tested [more]

Kyler Murray will kneel for the national anthem

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has found his voice. The second-year quarterback had much to say Wednesday about social injustice and police brutality. He is hopeful change is happening. “I hope so, first of all,” Murray said in a video call with reporters, via Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic. “My generation, we’re so diverse. . [more]

The Chris Simms top 40 NFL QB countdown, No. 12: Kyler Murray

The NFL’s offensive rookie of the year had enough of an impact to land at No. 12 in the Chris Simms top 40 quarterback countdown. Kyler Murray of the Cardinals earned that spot with a stellar first season that largely went unnoticed, primarily because the Cardinals were the also-ran in the best division in football, [more]

Cardinals made Juneteenth a permanent organizational holiday

Cardinals left tackle D.J. Humphries said earlier this week that player protests would only stop when real changed happened, and he has the support of his coach when it comes to advocating for justice. And his team is part of the growing group of teams taking a day to recognize the struggle. The Cardinals sent [more]

Jared Goff thinks Rams have an offensive advantage this season

It has been an offseason of adaptation for NFL teams as they find ways to build their rosters and get their work done without the benefit of in-person work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rams’ work on their roster has included saying farewell to players like Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks, but the departures [more]

D.J. Humphries impressed with way Kyler Murray handled offseason

An offensive lineman might not ever reach the top spot on a man’s best friend list, but if that man is a quarterback, he has to be pretty close. Cardinals left tackle D.J. Humphries can then take pride in the fact quarterback Kyler Murray is naming a new dog after his blindside protector. “He really [more]

D.J. Humphries: Player protests will stop when real change happens

NFL players, including some prominent white players, have vowed to kneel for the national anthem this season in protest of racism and police brutality. Cardinals left tackle D.J. Humphries said Monday fans can expect the kneeling to continue until players see substantial governmental change. “Are you going to make these changes so (NFL players) don’t [more]

Cardinals end virtual offseason for veterans, but rookies will continue

Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said late last week that the virtual offseason meetings have reached their limit. “We’re running out of ideas without actually taking it to the field and actually executing it,” Kingsbury said. “You can only cover so many things without actually practicing it. We’ve about reached that point.” So it comes as [more]

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