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    Arizona Cardinals trying to find their final 53 , who helped and hurt themselves in the loss to the Broncos and more Happy Saturday one and all.The Arizona Cardinals are finalizing their final 53 for the 2018 roster.Well, it is their initial 53-man roster and will be completely changed over the course of the season, but it is always fun to see the initial 53 on the roster.Of course, to get there, they had to make some tough decisions.Let’s take a look at some of the news that covers the Cardinals and their decisions.Cut Day Tough On Steve Wilks And PlayersRoster must be pared down to 53 by Saturday at 1 p.m.Broncos aftermath, and the wait for 53Arizona Cardinals Home: The official source of the latest Cardinals headlines, news, videos, photos, tickets, rosters and game day informationWilliams - 'It's Time For The Real Season'WR Chad Williams talks to the media after the team's final preseason game.Wilks - 'All 90 Deserve The Right To Be Here'Head Coach Steve Wilks talks to the media entering roster cuts.WRs Sherfield, Little leave it on the line in Cardinals preseason finaleReceivers Trent Sherfield and Greg Little made the most of few opportunities as the Arizona Cardinals closed their preseason with a loss to the Denver Broncos.Swiss Army Knife Zeke Turner stands out for Cardinals vs. BroncosArizona Cardinals rookie Zeke Turner took on new linebacker role similar to former safety Deone Bucannon and excelled in the team's preseason finale against the Denver Broncos.Report: Cardinals release LB Scooby Wright ahead of 53-man cutsThe Arizona Cardinals have released linebacker Scooby Wright on Friday as the 53-man roster cuts loom,reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.Report: Cardinals QBs Bradford, Rosen, Glennon all on 53-man rosterThe Arizona Cardinals will reportedly carry quarterbacks Sam Bradford, Josh Rosen and Mike Glennon into the start of the 2018 regular season.Cardinals begin making cuts as 53-man roster deadline loomsWith the deadline for NFL teams to trim their rosters to 53 players for the season coming at 1 p.m. on Saturday, here is a running tracker of the moves the Cardinals have made.Cardinals have roster decisions to make over Labor Day weekendA roster cut down to 53 players is due Saturday afternoon, but the Arizona Cardinals will use the entirety of Labor Day weekend to finalize a regular season roster plus the 10-man practice squad.Cardinals vs Broncos preseason: 5 takeaways in finaleA few observations after the Cardinals wrapped up the preseason on Thursday.Cardinals vs. Broncos: 5 players who stood out in preseason finaleWhich players helped themselves for final roster decisions Thursday night?Cardinals vs. Broncos: 3 players who hurt their chances at final rosterCap Capi was among the three.Arizona Cardinals final 53-man roster prediction after preseasonWith all four games in the books, what could the roster look like after final cuts are made?Arizona Cardinals reportedly cut Scooby WrightThe move is a mild surprise.NFL roster cuts: AZ Cardinals cut CB Chris CampbellHe is the latest sixth-round pick for the team to not make the team.NFL, roster cuts: Arthur Moats to IR for Cardinals, per reportThe veteran DE suffered a sprained MCL that would keep him out for up to a month.NFL Womens Larry Fitzgerald Jersey , roster cuts: AZ Cardinals choose Phil Dawson over undrafted rookieMatt McCrane is released, but Steve Wilks had nothing but praise for him.NFL roster cuts: Tracking the moves for Arizona CardinalsKeep it here to find out what the Cardinals do with their moves to build the final roster.Arizona Cardinals: The best and worst of camp and preseasonThe Arizona Cardinals came together in July for training camp but since then we've found a lot out about this team as the preseason ends Thursday nightMike Glennon may be Arizona Cardinals third quarterback after lossThe Arizona Cardinals lost their preseason finale on Thursday to the Denver Broncos but may have settled who their third quarterback will beArizona Cardinals get touchdown drives from Sam Bradford and Josh Rosen in win over New Orleans Saints It was an inauspicious start to the game for the Arizona Cardinals.The New Orleans Saints took the opening kickoff, and at will were running the ball down the throat of the Cardinals defense.Corey Peters limped off the field in fear of an injury, before later returning, and then Robert Nkemdiche was lost for the game due to a foot issue.Yet, the first team defense made two plays that mattered, first Rodney Gunter, replacing Corey Peters on the first drive, pushed the pocket and forced Taysom Hill to throw an errant pass that Scooby Wright III tipped and Haason Reddick intercepted.Then, on the next possession, after a terrible first series from the Cardinals, despite the Saints continuing to run at will, Hill fumbled a play action handoff, Vontarrius Dora recovered, and the Arizona Cardinals wouldn’t look back in 20-15 win.Sam Bradford was 6-6 for 61 yards.David Johnson scored a touchdown on an extra effort after Bradford, finally unleashed by Mike McCoy, went 4-4 for 40 yards on the drive to get the Cardinals into scoring position.From there, it was two David Johnson runs that scored the first points of the game.On the ensuing Saints possession, Hill was picked off by Bene Benwikere, that brought on Josh Rosen and what was undoubtedly the drive of the preseason.Rosen and the first team offense, minus David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald , went on a seven play, 87 yard drive to score the second touchdown of the game.Rosen and J.J. Nelson put the Cardinals in position with a pass interference penalty on a beautiful deep passing play, that set the Cardinals up with first and goal at the seven.After a three yard gain on first down from Chase Edmonds, the Cardinals would commit penalties on two of the next three plays, setting up a third and goal from the Saints 13.It was the pass of the future though, as Rosen found fellow rookie Christian Kirk on a 13 yard seam route for a touchdown, extending the Cardinals lead to 14-0 and setting off pandemonium from Cardinals fans.Rosen lead another scoring drive, this time an 11 play 47 yard drive setting up a 41 yard Phil Dawson field goal.That extended the Cardinals lead to 17-3.Dawson would also miss a field goal right before half, which is going to be interesting to watch, because rookie Matt McCrane nailed his only attempt, a 53-yard field goal that would put the Cardinals up 20-3.From there, it was the Chad Kanoff and Sherman Badie show on offense, with an impressive showing from several third and fourth string defenders fighting for roster spots.However, the highlight of the game, and likely the preseason was simply the Rosen to Kirk touchdown that showed the future could be extremely bright for those two.If you sign up, you’ll be among a hand-selected group from Revenge of the Birds who answers quick polls each week developed by SB Nation. 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