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  • Coach Whisenhunt: Best QB will start when Skelton returns

    Ken Whisenhunt doesn’t believe in letting a player lose his starting job due to injury. He does, however, believe in letting the best player play. Period. With John Skelton getting back on the practice field it would seem he’s getting closer to being able to play again, meaning the Cardinals will have a decision on […]
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Philadelphia Eagles

    The Arizona Cardinals are coming off arguably their best regular season win in years, a 20-18 victory over the New England Patriots in Foxborough. Now 2-0 for the first time since 2008, the Cardinals return home to face the Philadelphia Eagles. Also 2-0, the Eagles are making their first trip to the Valley since the […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald conducts Phoenix Symphony

    You may think you know football, but there’s no way you could have predicted that Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald would conduct a symphony orchestra before he’d score a touchdown this season. But that has actually happened. Fitzgerald conducted the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra in a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” Thursday night. Enjoy the video […]
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  • ESPN insider: NFC West is ‘unique division’

    Long thought to be the proverbial punching bag of the National Football League, the NFC West division is starting to turn heads, especially after a 4-0 performance in Week 2. Heading into Week 3, there are only six remaining undefeated teams. The NFL West is the only division to boast two of them — the […]
  • Cardinals OC not concerned about Larry Fitzgerald’s stats

    Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has five catches for 67 yards in two games this season. A perennial Pro Bowler, Fitz often times puts up those numbers in just a half of football. The Cardinals have struggled to get their star the football through two games this season, especially in the 20-18 win over New […]
  • Arizona Cardinals QB John Skelton returns to practice

    John Skelton returned to practice Thursday. The Arizona Cardinals quarterback, out since suffering a sprained ankle in the fourth quarter of a Week 1 win over the Seattle Seahawks, is working his way towards a return. “He did some stuff at practice today,” Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “It was good to see him working.” […]
  • Cardinals sell out Week 3 matchup against Eagles

    The Arizona Cardinals have sold out their Week 3 matchup this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, marking the 67th consecutive sellout for the team. Including the preseason and postseason, the Cardinals have sold out every home game since moving to the University of Phoenix Stadium in August 2006. There will be a limited supply of […]
  • Rodgers-Cromartie returns to Arizona with no hard feelings

    Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was Patrick Peterson before Patrick Peterson was an Arizona Cardinal. A young, fast cornerback who was supposed to become the shut-down defender every team covets. At first it seemed like that would be the case. DRC picked off four passes as a rookie in the regular season — along with another two in […]
  • Andy Reid has nothing but praise for former player

    After taking longer than expected to adjust to a new team and offense, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb looks to continue his on-field success against his old team and coach this Sunday in Glendale. Kolb was groomed to be the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback of the future after they took him the second round of the […]
  • Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb tunes out criticism, ready to play Eagles

    When the Arizona Cardinals acquired Kevin Kolb from the Philadelphia Eagles, they thought they were getting their franchise quarterback of the future. While Kolb’s time in the desert has been rocky, to say the least, the 28-year-old is hoping to continue his road to redemption when he faces his former team on Sunday. If he’s […]
  • Arizona Cardinals look to continue mastery of Michael Vick

    Michael Vick has played in 113 NFL games over the course of a 10-year NFL career. Playing for both the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles, Vick has completed 56.1 percent of his passes and thrown 114 touchdowns and 78 interceptions. He’s also run for 5,285 yards and scored 34 times. In three games against the […]
  • Cardinals winning sans offense, but how long can that last?

    We asked Cardinals fans a simple question based off an article based off an observation about the Cardinals game against the Patriots. “How would you grade Kevin Kolb’s performance? The question came up because the fine folks over at ProFootballFocus.com were somewhat critical of how the Cards QB played in the 20-18 win over the […]
  • Eagles’ Vick: Kevin Kolb very resilient

    September 19, 2012: Behind Enemy Lines Michael Vick leads the NFL’s top-rated offense into University of Phoenix Stadium this week. The 471-yards per game average is even more impressive considering the Eagles have turned it over nine times, including six interceptions. Philadelphia is the third team in the Super Bowl era to start 2-0 despite […]
  • DRC makes return to the Valley

    After a 20-18 upset at New England, the Arizona Cardinals return home to face the Philadelphia Eagles and welcome back their former star Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie this Sunday. Rodgers-Cromartie was the key piece in the trade that brought quarterback Kevin Kolb to the Cardinals last offseason. Adding to an Eagles defense that already had two Pro […]