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What the Cardinals are saying about the Browns

As the days wind down before the Browns' matchup Sunday with the Cardinals, we're checking out what they're saying in Arizona about the game.

They push each other, challenge each other. There is a ton of mutual respect. University of Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley
I always got to sit back and just watch. I’d give him stuff for it behind the scenes. We all would. To the public, obviously, he’s kind of a rebellious guy, but he’s a great dude. I look forward to playing against him on Sunday. Cardinals QB Kyler Murray on Browns QB Baker Mayfield
Very competitive, obviously. It starts there. Both are winners, have been winners their entire lives, hate to lose at anything. Kyler’s more of an introvert than Baker, but both effective leaders in their own right. Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury on similarities between Murray and Mayfield
You never know. You never know. I don’t give it much thought. I told you before, I stay in the moment, man. The career will end. When it ends, it ends. Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald, on the possibility Sunday will be the last home game of his career
Really talented. Offensively, you look at the weapons. The two running backs (Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb) are as good as anybody in the league. Dynamic tight ends that can stretch the field. Two of the top wide receivers. They do a nice job with their scheme. They’re loaded and have two huge wins over Baltimore and Buffalo who are two of the tops teams in the league, so you can see any given day they can play with anybody. Kingsbury