In an interview with HBO's Bryant Gumbel, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians admitted he "was pissed" when the Steelers fired him after the 2011 season.
The Cardinals' website confirms there is "little doubt" David Johnson will be the "anchor" in Arizona's 2016 backfield.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said John Brown can take the next step by improving how he finishes a season.
Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix expects David Johnson to handle 60 percent of the Cardinals' running back touches this year.
Cardinals RG Evan Mathis underwent surgery to remove a bone fragment from his ankle and will be sidelined until training camp.
Cardinals TE Darren Fells has dropped roughly 20 pounds since last season.
According to the Cardinals' website, David Johnson is "expected to get the lion's share of the work" in Arizona's backfield.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Andre Ellington will still have a role.
Patrick Peterson (ankle) participated in individual drills on Tuesday.
Cardinals signed WR Rico Richardson.
Cardinals NT Corey Peters said he's "close to the end" of his recovery from a torn Achilles.
Cardinals CB Justin Bethel (foot) said he is "capable of being a great starting corner."
In an ESPN prediction piece, Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss suggested that Chris Johnson could beat out David Johnson for Arizona's starting running back job.
Coach Bruce Arians used the words "unique" and "special" when describing second-year WR J.J. Nelson.
Chris Johnson believes he and David Johnson can form the "best tandem" in the league.