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  • Additional spots filled for Cardinals blood drive at State Farm Stadium

    Only those who have registered and already been assigned an appointment will be able to donate Tuesday. Walk-ups will not be accommodated.
  • NFL Draft will still take place on scheduled dates in late April

    The National Football League announced Thursday that the 2020 NFL Draft will still be taking place at the scheduled time of April 23-25.
  • Cardinals agree to re-sign OT Marcus Gilbert to 1-year deal

    The Arizona Cardinals announced Thursday the re-signing of Marcus Gilbert. Running back Kenyan Drake also signed his transition tag.
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  • Cardinals agree to deals with RB D.J. Foster, DL Trevon Coley

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  • DL Zach Kerr leaves Cardinals for Panthers in free agency

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