Happy Wednesday one and all, hope your week is going well.

The Arizona Cardinals met with the media yesterday and there was lots of good little nuggets to take from it, while also gaining some insight into the offseason.

Let’s get to it.

No Rush For Sam Bradford In First Minicamp
Quarterback “plan” at forefront as Cardinals prepare to take field for first time

Cardinals Blogs
The plan to work outside in camp — maybe

Chandler Jones, Justin Pugh reunited 8 years after first-round pact – Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Former Syracuse standouts who vowed to become first-round picks, both fulfilled their end of the deal and are teammates again — this time in the NFL.

Cardinals won’t rush Sam Bradford, Steve Wilks makes 4-3 argument
Steve Wilks discussed how the Arizona Cardinals will be cautious with Sam Bradford and explained how his team will benefit by moving to a 4-3 defense.

McShay’s perfect NFL mock draft provides realistic outlook for Cardinals
ESPN’s Todd McShay put together what he calls the perfect first 100 picks of the 2018 NFL Draft. For the Arizona Cardinals’ first four picks, needs are certainly met.

The 5: Most memorable fights in Valley pro sports history
D-backs manager Torey Lovullo’s incident with the Cardinals’ Yadier Molina was the latest of unique kerfuffles in the Valley pro sports history books.

Todd McShay’s ‘Grade: A’ mock draft gives Cardinals Mason Rudolph in Rd. 3 | Cards Wire
The QB lands to the Cardinals ideally in the third round.

New 2018 Cardinals draft cap features more than just team logo | Cards Wire
Check out the 2018 edition of the official Cardinals draft cap.

David Johnson expects speedy T.J. Logan ‘to be utilized a lot’ | Cards Wire
Logan even impressed Johnson with his speed.

Cardinals seemingly open to every scenario in first round of draft | Cards Wire
There are rumors they might trade up and some talk like the most likely scenario is they trade back. Anything is possible!

Cardinals’ signing of QB Sam Bradford dubbed as one of worst offseason contracts | Cards Wire
ESPN’s Mike Sando says it is the fifth-worst deal of the offseason.