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  • Browns would be interested if Cards cut Kolb

    Adding to the rumors about the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback situation is the idea of the team deciding to cut its losses and release Kevin Kolb. Cleveland.com writer Tony Grossi made the suggestion that Kolb would be a good fit with the Browns, where they run the West Coast offense the QB knows but doesn’t […]
  • Hines Ward could leave Pittsburgh, is Arizona an option?

    Pittsburgh-West could be adding another member next season. “Anyone who thinks Hines Ward will retire hasn’t been around him much,” Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette writes. “He plans to play in 2012, whether it’s with the Steelers or somewhere else.” According to ESPN’s NFL rumors page, that somewhere else could be Arizona, as […]
  • Report: Cardinals fire QB coach Chris Miller

    Ken Whisenhunt hinted last week that there may be changes on his coaching staff, and while many have thought that would mean the addition of Todd Haley, the first domino to fall was the firing of QB coach Chris Miller. Reports surfaced late Monday that the team has let go of Miller, who just finished […]
  • Warner: Peyton Manning with Cardinals ‘could be special’

    Didn’t we just endure a full off-season and then another 16 games of a “quarterback controversy” here in Arizona? But rumors never stop in sports, especially when former NFL executives spark them on national television. Charley Casserly, a former front office guru with the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans, and now an analyst with CBS […]
  • Peyton Manning to the Cardinals? One NFL analyst thinks it’s possible

    Are the Arizona Cardinals a QB away from being a contender? With the way the defense played late in the year and the talent at receiver and running back, it’s hard to argue against the idea. With that in mind, along with questions about whether or not Kevin Kolb or John Skelton will ever develop […]
  • O-line is Grimm: Change on staff should begin up front

    A guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday, Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said he will use the next few weeks to make some key decisions. “I’m sure there will be some things around here that I need to clean up,” Whiz said. Whisenhunt could have been discussing a variety of things, as […]
  • Report: Cardinals extend offer to Todd Haley

    The Arizona Cardinals may welcome a familiar face to their ranks in the next few days. According to Chris Hamblin, the Cardinals extended an offer to former offensive coordinator Todd Haley, though the spot offered is unclear. Under Haley’s offense, the Cards produced one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL, tying for third […]
  • Former Cardinals DB Aeneas Williams is Hall of Fame finalist

    Former Arizona Cardinals DB Aeneas Williams is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Williams played 10 seasons in Arizona, without missing a game, from 1991-2000 before finishing his career in St. Louis in 2004. He appeared in eight Pro Bowls, including six consecutive games between ’94 and ’99. At various times with […]
  • Cardinals QB spot will open season

    The Arizona Cardinals quarterback situation in the upcoming offseason will be similar to the story witnessed in 2011. “We’ve got a lot of things to go through in looking at our season,” head coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “I think that one thing has been consistent: We’re always going to play the best player, the player […]
  • Calais Campbell is a top priority for Cards

    Calais Campbell is coming off a season with the Arizona Cardinals setting a personal, single-season high of 72 tackles, leading the team with eight sacks, and finishing fourth on the team for unassisted tackles with 53. The organization would like to see the free-agent-to-be continue his growth continue, still in a Cardinals uniform. “He’s had […]
  • Levi Brown’s future is up in air

    Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Levi Brown may have played well over the second half of the 2011 season, but inconsistency in the first four-and-a-half years of his career have left many disappointed with his play. Brown is due a pay increase from his recent $5 million to $8.3 million, but the team will likely release […]
  • Peterson a finalist for Rookie of the Year

    Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals was named as one of the five finalists for 2011 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year Friday. Peterson, drafted fifth overall out of LSU, tied an NFL record by returning four punts for touchdowns, including an electrifying 99-yarder in overtime to clinch a Week 9 win against the St. […]
  • Cardinals’ Horton to interview with Rams

    Over the years of Ken Whisenhunt’s tenure as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, there has been a lot of turnover with his coordinators. This year, Ray Horton became Whisenhunt’s third defensive coordinator in his five years at the helm. And there’s at least a possibility that Whisenhunt will need to search for another d-coordinator […]
  • Whisenhunt: Wells sat Sunday in preparation for future

    Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was able to battle through a right-knee injury and gain 1,047 yards this season, but Coach Ken Whisenhunt decided to sit him out the last game of the season on Sunday. However, the coach said Wells got a lot out of his 2011 season. “It’s a good tribute to […]
  • Division ‘honors’ for five Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals aren’t headed to the playoffs despite going 7-2 over their last nine games, but today, five players received “honors” from NFC West blogger Mike Sando of ESPN. For the fourth straight year, Sando named his All-NFC West Offensive team, and for the fourth straight year wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was on it. […]

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