By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinals have wrapped up their training camp in Flagstaff, still looking for a starting quarterback with just two preseason games remaining.
The team worked out for a little more than two hours on Tuesday, then headed down I-17 to Phoenix. They leave Wednesday for Tennessee and a preseason game against the Titans on Thursday night.
"This part right here is the hard part," safety Kerry Rhodes said of the team's time in Flagstaff, where the elevation in 7,000 feet. "Now we're getting back down there and just fine-tuning everything. That's what we're about right now."
Coach Ken Whisenhunt pronounced the camp a success and the players said they looked forward to returning to their own beds, even if it means practicing in triple-digit heat.
"115 degrees and you get to sleep in your own bed at home, I'll take that any day," wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald said.
John Skelton will start at quarterback at Tennessee as he and ...