NFC Notes: Cardinals, Eagles, Packers, Panthers

     

Cardinals

Cardinals GM Steve Keim apologized to fans on Monday during an interview with Arizona Sports 98.7 and added that it’s going to be a busy offseason for them.

“I apologize to our fans and everybody in our organization,” Keim said, via AzCardinals.com. “Moving forward we have a lot of work to do. It’s going to be a busy offseason.

“We will continue to evaluate this team the last two games and I promise the product on the field in 2018 will finish much stronger.”

“There is a lot of work to be done this offseason and I rarely think about the things that work,” Keim added. “The things that race through my mind are the things that didn’t work or the things I need to improve on personally. I take it personal. It’s one of those things that keeps me up at night and one of the things that fuels me to keep improving this roster.”

Eagles

  • Ian Rapoport reports that Eagles CB Patrick Robinson has been placed in the concussion protocol after displaying symptoms following Sunday’s game.

Packers

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers told reporters after Sunday’s game that he expects to play in Week 16’s game against the Vikings, even though they could be eliminated from the postseason with a win by the Falcons on Monday.

“We’ll see how I feel tomorrow and go from there,” Rodgers said, via Packers.com. “I’m a little sore.

“I’m a competitor. Until they tell me otherwise, I’m expecting to play.”

Panthers

  • New broke Sunday evening that Panthers owner Jerry Richardson will put the team up for sale after sexual and racial misconduct allegations were made against him. (NFLTR)
  • A potential buyer worth keeping an eye on for the Panthers, according to Mike Florio, could be Chairman of Speedway Motorsport Bruton Smith.
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