Football Endures Long Weekend, Set to Finish Two-A-Days

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Long Weekend
After a grueling weekend that featured a scrimmage and three practices in two days, the Cardinals returned the practice field on Monday evening for one of the shorter practices of fall camp. The Cardinals worked for a little under two hours in full pads.

Following practice, placekicker John Wallace and running backs/special teams coach Kenny Carter each spoke with the media.

Last Two-A-Day
The Cardinals will conduct their last two-a-day and fourth of the fall on Tuesday. Louisville is scheduled to work out from 8:45-10:45 a.m. and again at 6 p.m.

ESPN Talent
The Cardinals will get one of ESPN's finer crews for the Sept. 1 opener versus Ohio. Joe Tessitore, host of College Football Live and the Saturday night ESPN game, will work as the play-by-announcer, and Matt Millen will be the analyst. A former linebacker for the NFL's Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Washington Redskins, Millen also served for nearly eight years as president and CEO of the Detroit Lions.

A Wide Move
True freshman Richard Benjamin, who entered the camp as a cornerback, was moved to wide receiver on Saturday.

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