Arizona continues to prepare for next season but has been relatively quite so far in free agency. …
Cardinals have run out of patience with Lutui
--Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald recently visited Africa along with former teammate Anquan Boldin. The two joined Oxfam America to aid drought victims. Fitzgerald travels the world every offseason, but most of the trips are for personal pleasure. "These (trips) are much more rewarding," Fitzgerald told the team's website, azcardinals.com.
--Like most NFL players, the Cardinals are enjoying having more time off this offseason. That's courtesy of the new CBA. Fitzgerald is one of the club's hardest workers yet he values his time away from the game and training for it. "Ball will be there when I get back," he told the team's website.
--Running back Ryan Williams, who is rehabilitating from a torn patellar tendon, estimated he is 75 percent recovered. Williams remains optimistic that he will be ready by the start of training camp in July.
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