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  • Behind Enemy Lines – Cards visit mighty Niners

    The San Francisco 49ers are 8-1. You read that right. And not only are the Niners, with first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh in first place in the NFC West, they’ve got a 5-game lead over the Cardinals and Seahawks with six weeks to play. The 49ers hung on for a 27-20 win over the Giants […]
  • Cardinals conquer road woes in Philadelphia

    Well, that was unexpected. It had been well over a calendar year, 427 days in fact, since the Arizona Cardinals won a game away from University of Phoenix Stadium. But a string of 11 straight road losses came to an end on Sunday with a 21- 17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial […]
  • Snapshot: Cardinals sneak out of Philadelphia with a win

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  • Ray Horton hoping for ‘Jordan Rules’ with Patrick Peterson

    Patrick Peterson is already one of the best punt returners in the NFL, and that’s great. However, the Cardinals selected him No. 5 overall because he was a standout cornerback at LSU, and they’re hoping he can be a shutdown kind of player at the pro level. Peterson has shown flashes, but has been held […]
  • Arizona Sports predicts Cardinals vs. Eagles

    It’s a battle of the birds in what was supposed to be Kevin Kolb’s return to Philadelphia, but instead could be John Skelton’s second start of the season. The 2-6 Cardinals look to snap their road losing streak against the 3-5 Eagles, who looked to be on the verge of turning their season around before […]
  • With experience, Patrick Peterson gets his swagger back

    Patrick Peterson is getting more comfortable. After an amazing game-winning punt return in overtime and strong defensive play all game against the St. Louis Rams, the number five pick in the 2011 Draft appears be getting the hang of professional football. “With me taking the time to study with the defensive secondary coach, studying with […]
  • Cardinals must re-sign Campbell to improve next season

    The Cardinals are not having a memorable season on either side of the ball, but the defense would be even more forgettable without Calais Campbell going after the opposing quarterback. The defensive end leads the team with five sacks; and even though 4.5 of those came against the Seahawks and Rams, Campbell’s effort to pressure […]
  • Cardinals’ voice Pasch in difficult spot

    Most red-blooded American males would gladly trade professions with play-by-play broadcaster Dave Pasch. On Sundays in the fall, Pasch describes all the action of Arizona Cardinals games. On Saturdays, Pasch works for ESPN, along with commentators Chris Spielman and Urban Meyer, broadcasting one of the network’s premier college football games. This week, you probably wouldn’t […]
  • Kolb doesn’t have to practice in order to play Sunday

    Kevin Kolb’s health is improving, that much is certain. But he has yet to get back on the practice field for the Cardinals, putting his status for Sunday’s game in Philadelphia very much in doubt. However, not making it to the practice field would not automatically rule him out for Sunday, according to Cardinals coach […]
  • Dockett wary of Vick and McCoy

    With their six-game losing streak behind them, the Arizona Cardinals are looking to start a winning streak when they visit the reeling Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday. A lot of the talk coming out of Philadelphia is centered around the Eagles’ offense–namely quarterback Michael Vick and how he hasn’t been the same […]
  • ESPN analyst praises Skelton, says he’ll be fine against Eagles

    John Skelton completed 20 of 35 passes for 222 yards and one touchdown Sunday against the Rams. Those stats, while not particularly impressive, may not tell the entire story of how well the second-year pro played. “I was impressed by John Skelton,” ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. “When […]
  • Andy Reid: Kolb needs more time just like Kurt Warner

    Mentioning Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb in the same sentence as former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner is an unlikely comparison within the state of Arizona these days but Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid managed to give it a shot. According to Mike Sando of ESPN.com, Andy Reid said that Kolb just needs more time, much […]
  • Cardinals look forward to playing old friend in Philly

    When Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald lines up against the Philadelphia Eagles this week he might see a familiar face across from him, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. “It will be fun to compete, he’s one of the best athletes I ever went against and it will be fun to see him,” Fitzgerald said. Rodgers-Cromartie was part of […]
  • John Skelton preparing for another start

    As Kevin Kolb recovers from dealing with a turf toe injury, backup quarterback John Skelton is preparing to start Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Skelton is coming off a home victory against the St. Louis Rams, but going on the road in Philadelphia will present a much greater challenge. “It will be a hostile environment, […]
  • Brown says Paterno’s legacy will be tarnished

    The horrible saga unfolding in State College, Pennsylvania has far-reaching ramifications, most of which have yet to occur. But in a major development on Wednesday, legendary head coach Joe Paterno announced that he will step down from the post that he’s held since 1966 at the end of the season. Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Levi […]