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NFL Links: Cardinals resist urge; Bengals still search for answer at QB


Posted April 25, 2011 @ 2:38 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, April 29, 2011

The Cardinals were smart Thursday, according to an Arizona columnist.

Bengals fans may have to wait before they see A.J. Green at his best, says a Cincinnati columnist.

A Buffalo columnist says the Bills are a better team than they were before Thursday.

A New York columnist says he wanted the Giants to draft someone else.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Al Davis' philosophy for building the Raiders has changed, says an Oakland writer.

The Packers don't have to draft to fill needs this year, according to a Milwaukee reporter.

Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff says there is "healthy agitation" within the team's front office after last season's playoff loss.

A Houston columnist says nothing the Texans do in the draft will be more important than the hiring of their new defensive coordinator.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

This draft is Lions GM Martin Mayhew's biggest test, according to a Detroit columnist.

An Arizona reporter says it's doubtful the Cardinals will draft a quarterback with the fifth overall pick.

Rex Ryan takes shots at a couple of his former players in his new book.

A Philadelphia reporter says Eagles fans may not be pleased if the team addresses its biggest need in the first round.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The Bears could lose Mike Martz if they don't make him a better contract offer, according to a Chicago reporter.

Jim Harbaugh explains what he's looking for in a quarterback.

The Patriots are still searching for pass-rush help, says a Boston reporter.

John Fox says he won't be surprised if the Panthers don't pick a quarterback first overall.

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Redskins need to get lucky in this year's draft, according to a Washington columnist.

Nate Burleson says his best days could be right in front of him.

A Pittsburgh columnist is hearing that Ike Taylor will generate plenty of interest on the open market.

An Indianapolis reporter says the Colts could pass on addressing their biggest need in the first round.

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