The Cardinals drop into L.A. for their ‘All or Nothing’ premiere

Jun 9, 2016, 9:01 PM | Updated: Jun 10, 2016, 1:13 pm

You’re a pretty big deal if somebody decides to make a documentary series about you.

The Arizona Cardinals had such the honor Thursday and they’re acting like big deals with a media tour in Los Angeles leading into a viewing of their premiere for the Amazon series “All or Nothing.”

Patrick Peterson, Calais Campbell, Michael Floyd and David Johnson joined Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill for a busy day of media rounds before the entire team gathered for a viewing of the series that covers Arizona’s 2015 season.

Then it was time for the Cards to grab some popcorn and enjoy.

Here’s a quick tweetcap of the day’s festivities.

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