Who's here: Everybody. Unlike past years in this organization – and a league minus the rookie scale – contract holdouts are not a problem. All of the Cards’ rookies are signed and Arizona avoided a franchise tag fiasco by signing emerging defensive end Calais Campbell to a five-year deal. Considering all the comings and goings last year at camp and the lack of offseason workouts, 2012 feels like smooth sailing to coach Ken Whisenhunt and his staff.
Who's not: The only significant players unavailable for practice are running back Beanie Wells (offseason knee surgery) and tight end Jeff King (quadriceps), who both began camp on the active PUP (physically unable to perform) list. Both are eligible to come off that list at any point in camp and count against the training camp roster. Wells refused to put a timeline on his return. “I don't think anybody wants to see a 75 percent Beanie Wells. Everybody wants to see a 100 percent Beanie Wells. There's no question I'll be ready for the season opener.”
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