It can be overwhelming, so Athlon is here to help keep up with your favorite team all season long.
Keeping up with your favorite team can be an all-consuming task. We’re here to help indulge that need to follow all aspects of the NFL on Twitter.
For all 32 teams, we’re picking the best Twitter accounts for each franchise. They run the gamut from players, coaches, executives, traditional media, bloggers or simply accounts that keep us informed and entertained.
Whether you’re a Twitter neophyte or simply trying to spice up your feed for football season, we’re here to help. And it all starts with the Arizona Cardinals official twitter account:
@AZCardinals (Followers: 19,285)
Top Cardinals To Follow:
Note: Followers as of date of publication, July 27, 2012
In case you wanted to follow arguably the greatest Cards QB in history, Kurt Warner, check him out @Kurt13Warner. His 265,845 followers tops the current roster.
Additionally, if you Cardinals fans want to keep up with the University of Phoenix Stadium, check out @UOPStadium.
The Cardinals Beat:
Darren Urban has covered the Arizona Cardinals for 13 seasons: @Cardschatter (23,562)
Kent Somers, Beat writer for The Arizona Republic: @kentsomers (12,567)
Arizona Sports 620, flagship radio station of the Arizona Cardinals: @AZSports620 (9,387)
Dave Pasch, ESPN & Arizona Cardinals broadcaster: @DavePasch (2,783)
Jody Jackson, Sports reporter and anchor for Fox Sports Arizona: @Jody_Jackson (3,002)
Craig Morgan, Fox Sports Arizona: @cmorgancbsfoxaz (1,263)
Cardinals Blog Roll:
Check the SB Nation's Cardinals site RevengeOfTheBirds.com.
A couple of other must-bookmarks are RaisingZona.com, CardinalsGab.com and @AZCardsBuzzTap.
The ESPN NFC West blog is run by Mike Sando and you can follow him @ESPN_NFCWest
No. 32: Jacksonville Jaguars
No. 31: St. Louis Rams
No. 30: Minnesota Vikings
No. 29: Indianapolis Colts
No. 28: Cleveland Browns
No. 27: Miami Dolphins
No. 26: Arizona Cardinals
No. 25: Mon., July 30
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- by Braden Gall and Mark Ross