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1-1, 2nd in NFC West

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The Cardinals elevated rookie UDFA TE Ricky Seals-Jones to the active roster and released LB Philip Wheeler.

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The more and the earlier the Cardinals can get the ball to running back Chris Johnson, the better he and they will be. Coach Bruce Arians said last this week that Johnson will get more carries Monday night against the Cowboys. The quicker he can get into a rhythm, the more effective Johnson will likely be. "The more you run it, the better feel the running backs get, the better feel the o-line gets what they're doing up front," offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin said. "Chris was hungry. He is hungry so that should benefit us as well." Johnson's magic number seems to be over 20. He's had 37 games of 21 or more carries and he's hit at least 100 yards in 27 of them.

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Cardinals president Michael Bidwill came out with a statement today in response to President Trump's comments on Friday regarding NFL players protesting during the national anthem: "I am extremely proud of our players and the contributions they make that extend well beyond the playing field. There are countless examples of positive influence and extraordinary impact these players have on our community. Football is something that has always united us as Americans and, particularly in times like these, has the ability to inspire rather than divide. It's a responsibility in which we have always taken great pride and will continue to embrace."

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Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald called Cowboys tight end Jason Witten to discuss a possible pregame demonstration, a source told ESPN. It's still unknown if either team has decided to do anything before Monday night's game at University of Phoenix Stadium.

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If the Cardinals were to do anything in protest of President Trump's comments on Friday night that encouraged NFL owners to essentially fire players who protested during the national anthem, it'd be done as a team, defensive tackle Frostee Rucker said. “I know we do have enough leadership and will to stick together and not do anything single-handedly,” he said. “I don't think anybody wants to be isolated in that because it's a dangerous thing when you're isolated.”

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Cardinals defensive tackle Frostee Rucker, one of the team's defensive captains, said a day after President Trump encouraged NFL owners to fire players who protested during the national anthem that the team can't let a single person dictate how they feel. “You know, it's a shame that we're still dealing with these issues over and over and over and he somehow gets a pass to say these things. These guys, we got to stay together and show them in a different way instead of lashing out and being pissed off about it. We got to stick together and show them what compassion love and everything else we do. It's a brotherhood in this locker room. We're out in the community, we know ourselves. We know everything we're about so we can't let one single person, even though it's the president, dictate how we feel. We stick together, we're in a union and if someone takes a knee, it's almost like we all take a knee. He said what he said. We're going to stick together rand be a team and that's about it.”

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Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he's already met with his team to discuss President Trump's comments from Friday night. He added that he meets with his team every week to discuss certain topics. Two weeks ago, the Cardinals met and talked about what the team could do to help hurricane victims.

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‘'That is an individual right of an American.” -- Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on how players balance the respect for first responders and the military with feeling the need to do something in the wake of President Trump's comments from Friday night that NFL owners should fire players who protest during the national anthem.

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Cardinals coach Bruce Arians reacted Saturday to President Trump's comments made last night about how he thinks players who protest should be treated by NFL owners: "I thought the commissioner had a great statement and I agree with it. I've been in locker rooms for 25 years, and some of the most reputable men I've ever met wear that uniform and to even get to overcome the things in their life to get to the NFL is amazing. What they've done in the last month for hurricane relief victims speaks volumes of what we're all about in the NFL. And I'll just leave it in that."

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Veteran Cardinals defensive tackle Frostee Rucker said Saturday he doesn't know yet if any teammates are planning on protesting Monday night but "I know guys are upset." Rucker added: "If there is anything like that, it'll be unified."

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Cardinals WR John Brown and LT D.J. Humphries were ruled out of Monday night's game against the Cowboys, coach Bruce Arians said.

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Cardinals WR John Brown, LT D.J. Humphries and LG Mike Iupati were all working on a side field during the open portion of practice. Everyone else was present and accounted for.

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Is offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin getting the type of production out of the right side of the Cardinals' offensive line that he wants? "No, no I'm not. And they know it."

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Is offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin getting the type of production out of the right side of the Cardinals' offensive line that he wants? "No, no I'm not. And they know it."

Team Stats

Passing Yards284.54th
Rushing Yards64.031st
Points For19.517th
Points Against24.0Tied-24th

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