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Latest News and Notes from Arizona Cardinals Training Camp 2014

August 2nd, 2014 at 8:07 AM
By Steve Smith

Arizona Cardinals Training Camp 2014 is in full swing at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

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Here is the latest news and notes now that training camp is a week old:

*Rookie WR John Brown, the Pittsburg State product, sat out yesterday's practice because of a sore hamstring he hurt at the end of Wednesday's workouts, head coach Bruce Arians stated.

Brown, Arizona's third round selection in this year's NFL Draft, could be back to practice later today. RB Andre Ellington (neck), DT Dan Williams (knee) and ILB Lorenzo Alexander (foot) all returned to practice.

Cornerback Antonio Cromartie (pectoral) and center Lyle Sendlein (left calf) remain sidelined. The timeline for their respective returns are not known at this time.

*The Red Birds have signed offensive tackle Max Starks, formerly of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Chargers and Rams, for additional depth along the offensive line. It appears Starks, who is 32 years old, will be used mostly as a backup.

Free agent Jared Veldheer will be the starting left tackle while Bobby Massie is the favorite for the right tackle post.

Starks was released by San Diego following the 2013 preseason and then played just two games with the Rams last season.

The University of Florida product played for Arians, offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin and assistant offensive line coach Larry Zierlein in Pittsburgh, and he said the terminology with Arizona is very similar.

“I think it speeds up the process,” Starks said via azcardinals.com.

That familiarity with Arians and members of the coaching staff will bode well for Starks in a Cardinals uniform. He' a pro's pro.

*Don't forget Fan Fest today at University of Phoenix Stadium! Parking and admission are free. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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