GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The Arizona Cardinals gave their fans a preview of what the new training camp setup will be, holding their first mandatory minicamp workout in public at University of Phoenix Stadium on Tuesday night.
Before the practice, billed as Fan Fest, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill confirmed that the team would hold its training camp at its home stadium this year.
Bidwill, however, said there was no agreement with the city of Glendale for use of other facilities. Much of the arrangement remains up in the air, including attempts to work out a deal to house the players at a nearby hotel.
The Cardinals had trained at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff every season but one since the team moved from St. Louis.

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