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Sports Illustrated picks Arizona Cardinals to win Super Bowl LI

These kinds of predictions are enough to get any Arizona Cardinals fan excited for the regular season — though if you believe in the Sports Illustrated cover jinx, you may want to steer clear of this one.

Sports Illustrated senior writer Greg A. Bedard believes this year’s Arizona Cardinals will win the first Super Bowl in the franchise’s 86-year history, and they’ll do so by beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in a rematch of Super Bowl XLIII. His story is featured in this week’s SI issue that includes Cards wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald on the regional cover. (Do regional covers count as part of the SI jinx?)

Bedard picked the Cardinals in spite of his concerns about the team, including the “strategic shortcoming” of coach Bruce Arians, a “replacement-level player” at center in veteran A.Q. Shipley, and the poise (or lack thereof) shown by quarterback Carson Palmer during last year’s playoffs.

 

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Honey Badger is back.

Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu practiced for the first time Sunday, nearly eight months to the day after tearing his right ACL in Week 15 last season.

“I felt great,” Mathieu said after the practice. “I got to get my wind back, but other than that, I felt great. I felt like I moved around pretty good.”

The initial plan for Sunday, coach Bruce Arians said, was to have Mathieu as well as the other two Cardinals who came off the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday — defensive tackle Frostee Rucker and cornerback Justin Bethel — go through individual drills and then reevaluate their progress and health to see if they’d continue practicing.

When Mathieu heard the plan, he immediately questioned it.

“I thought about it and I said, ‘What is a couple plays going to do for me?'” Mathieu said. “So, I pushed it a little bit, but I feel great.”

Tyrann Mathieu back at practice for first time

In addition to individual drills, Mathieu took part in 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills, the latter of which he practiced with the first team. Mathieu said he was playing at about 80 percent speed and found himself hesitant at times, including one play when he broke on a pass to wide receiver J.J. Nelson but slowed down just enough and didn’t get the interception, settling for a big hit.

Overall, though, Mathieu was “real surprised” with how much he was able to do Sunday.

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SAN DIEGO – Jaron Brown understands the reality of his situation.

The fourth-year receiver has been among the better players in Cardinals training camp, but he’s stuck in a logjam on the positional depth chart.

When everyone is healthy, Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd and John Brown are the starters, while J.J. Nelson brings a speed element that helps stretch the field. During the regular season, Brown’s playing time figures to be sporadic unless a wideout or two goes down with injury.

But on Friday night, Brown continued to show that there isn’t much of a dropoff if he’s counted upon. He was elevated to first-team wideout as John Brown (concussion) and Fitzgerald (knee) sat against the Chargers, and responded with a pair of catches for 40 yards in limited action.

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Darren Fells had it all figured out, symptoms right up until Rob Gronkowski walked into the bar.

In 2012, Fells was 26 years old and recently retired from professional basketball. He had been making good money overseas, but was tired of bouncing around for 10 months a year and yearned for a normal family life.

He returned to the United States that August and visited his brother, Daniel – then a tight end with the Patriots – for a weekend of relaxation. The pair had a late dinner after one of Daniel’s preseason games, and Darren was happy to share his new plan: earn two more elective credits to get his college degree and then become a guidance counselor.

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