It’s time to go here at the stadium

Posted by Darren Urban on July 25, 2013 – 10:57 am

Sitting here in a quiet University of Phoenix Stadium press box, waiting for things to get going on the first day of camp. The run test is later today. Nothing official has been said yet on tackle Eric Winston, but he has gone on the radio talking about how much he is looking forward to playing with the Cardinals. The possibility of signing pass rusher John Abraham is still there. (Nothing official has come from the team yet on any roster moves, FYI.) Optimism, as usual, reigns at the outset of camp. Plus we have the new location.

Checking into the hotel a little while ago I saw a handful of players trickling in. Tomorrow will be the first of 17 open practices. And the Bruce Arians era will commence. Here’s a view from up here, before things get started.


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7 Responses to “It’s time to go here at the stadium”

  1. By wampag on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    What about Abraham???

    M. Jordan

  2. By Safety Guy on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    Hotel Really? Must be nice

  3. By Joe Dasso on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    Hooray for Football, Hooray for the Cardinals! Sign Cooper!

  4. By ryan on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    great view!! Darren, im from iowa and thinking about flying down for a game…dont suppose you could get me a seat next to you in the box???

  5. By Hapstr on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    Darren, Just finished reading (Where Can The Cards Improve Most) by Scott Kacsmar. A most provocative point of view, however he does seem to back up his view points. Have you read the article? If so, any comments? Here’s to a good season and best of luck to the team.

  6. By Eazy E on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    Pretty nice, but let’s see how Coach Arians does this season. He would have been my 3rd choice out of the coaches we interviewed behind Horton and Reid. I don’t dislike everything he has done, but we’ll see overall.

  7. By ednotax on Jul 25, 2013 | Reply

    Something came to mind looking at the vacant field. Now that it will be utilized on a daily basis for training camp, will it always be inside? What effect will it have on the field condition? Will the grass condition be O.K. if the field is left inside for the extended camp time?

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