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  • Grimm: Won’t stick ‘head in the pillow and start crying’

    August 20, 2012: The search for a LT begins FLAGSTAFF — For once, it wasn’t all about the quarterback at Cardinals training camp. Okay, it was a little about the quarterback. All right, maybe more than just a little. Whether it’s Kevin Kolb or John Skelton under center Week 1, someone is going to have […]
  • Arizona Cardinals’ RB Ryan Williams grateful to be back

    Arizona Cardinals running back Ryan Williams is back — and he’s smiling again. The 22-year-old impressed in the Cardinals’ preseason game against the Oakland Raiders Friday. It was the first action he’s seen since tearing the patellar tendon in his knee last August. “I wasn’t even thinking about what happened 365 days from that point,” […]
  • No ‘pressure’ to name starting QB

    August 20, 2012: Lunchtime with Whiz FLAGSTAFF — Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt meets the media daily at lunchtime. Of course this will be the final time he meets the media, at least at lunchtime. He will address the media one more time after the team’s last Flagstaff practice tomorrow morning. On how long the […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald not concerned about Cardinals starting QB

    If Larry Fitzgerald has a rooting interest in the Cardinals QB competition, he’s sure not letting on who he’s backing. The receiver, as a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday, did admit answering the question gets old, but said he thinks the team is in a good spot at the position. “I […]
  • Arizona Cardinal Larry Fitzgerald is no diva

    There are many adjectives one could use to describe Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Great, outstanding, clutch, amazing and ridiculous come to mind. One word that will not be used, though, is “diva”. And, in a time when some of the game’s best past catchers have had a “me-first” attitude, it’s refreshing to have a […]
  • A roster spot assured, Cards’ Justin Bethel won’t stop working

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Saturday it was a “safe bet” there would be a spot on the 53-man roster for Justin Bethel. The sixth-round pick, however, refuses to go all in. “He hasn’t told me personally,” Bethel said following the team’s walk-through Monday morning. “And I prefer him not to.” Bethel, […]
  • Time for Arizona Cardinals to cut ties with Kevin Kolb

    It’s time for the Cardinals to cut their losses. I’m sorry they wasted over $20 million dollars on Kevin Kolb and I certainly don’t blame them for trying to get a franchise signal caller after the Derek Anderson disaster, but it’s time for Kolb to go and I’m not talking about to the bench; I’m […]
  • Arizona Cardinals turn to D.J. Young at left tackle

    The Arizona Cardinals re-signed Levi Brown in the offseason because they felt it would be better to keep him around than try to replace him. Unfortunately, both possibilities have come true. The Cardinals lost Brown to a torn triceps Friday night against the Oakland Raiders, putting his season in doubt and the Cardinals line in […]
  • Arizona Cardinals slow to name John Skelton starting QB

    Nobody likes a speed trap. Whether you are really going “too fast” or not, you can fall victim to one at pretty much any time. I annoyingly learned this the hard way over weekend coming back from California. The highway patrolman said I was going too fast and decided to give me a ticket. Interestingly […]
  • ESPN insider calls Cardinals QBs “a disaster”

    It seems everyone has an opinion about the Arizona Cardinals quarterback situation. Friday night, Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Tommy Kelly teed off on Kevin Kolb, both on the field and through the press. Kelly called Kolb scared after Arizona’s 31-27 win over the Raiders. Follow @Vincemarotta
  • Raider says Kolb is scared

    While Arizona Cardinals coaches and fans all debate who should be the starting quarterback for the regular season, one opposing player wanted to put in his two cents. Oakland Raiders defensive end Tommy Kelly, who sacked Kolb for a safety Friday night didn’t seem to have a kind review for him after their game. “He […]
  • Report: Levi Brown tears tricep, will miss at least three months

    Arizona Cardinals starting left tackle Levi Brown left Friday night’s game with a right tricep injury and did not return. More bad news came Saturday morning, when ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Brown tore his triceps, and is undergoing an MRI. Cardinals starting LT Levi Brown tore his triceps Friday night and is undergoing an […]
  • Arizona Cardinals defense will be just fine

    How do you motivate NFL starters in the preseason? Just use the words “as long as it takes” when it comes to playing time. At least the Cardinals defensive starters seemed to take Ken Whisenhunt’s words to heart. The head coach was in a bad mood all week. The turnstile effort against the Saints and […]
  • There can’t be much left for the Arizona Cardinals to decide, can there?

    There can’t be much left to decide, can there? There was never any doubt for me that the Cardinals game against the Raiders boiled down to a referendum on Kevin Kolb. While there were certainly other issues that required attention (defense, running game), the focus was on Kolb. This was going to be his night […]
  • Arizona Cardinals first half synopsis

    The Cardinals looked nothing like the team they showed in the first two games to start their third preseason contest against the Oakland Raiders. The defense flew around the ball, Adrian Wilson played like he was 25 and Kevin Kolb looked like he was on his way to starting against Seattle. Although the defense remained […]