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  • Kyle Orton a better fit than Kevin Kolb

    The tides may be turning. After months of hearing about Kevin Kolb and his role as the future quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals, it appears Kyle Orton is gaining ground. “Rumors [in Seattle] is that it’s a first and a third [for Kolb],” Doug Farrar of said on Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash. […]
  • An annual ritual? Cardinals, Seahawks after same QB

    The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks both need a QB, and they appear to be after the same player. With the bidding war sure to be intense, the last thing the Cardinals want to do is see Charlie Whitehurst head to the northwest. Wait, what? Yeah, roughly a year ago the birds battled over the […]
  • Could the Seahawks force the Cardinals to overpay for Kevin Kolb?

    Sal Paolantonio has already made it clear that the Seahawks and Cardinals will battle it out to obtain the services of Kevin Kolb, but what exactly could that do to the asking price for the Eagles signal caller? Like bidding in an eBay auction, the additional competition will likely just raise the price in the […]
  • The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks set to battle over Kevin Kolb

    As division rivals the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks go head-to-head twice a year. Thanks to the lockout and a lack of first string quarterbacks on the rosters, the two teams may square off three times in 2011. No, part of the new collective bargaining agreement won’t include a third game against division opponents — […]
  • Patrick Peterson is one of the NFL’s future stars

    While linemen are arguably the most important people on the football field, fans love to watch impact players. Touchdowns, interceptions and jaw dropping hits are what drive ratings and jersey sales. Everyone wants an impact player and in Patrick Peterson, the Cardinals seem to have one. In an ESPN blog about the future stars of […]
  • The Arizona Cardinals can learn from LeBron James

    Larry Fitzgerald is arguably the best wide receiver in the NFL, but the Arizona Cardinals can not let his status as a free agent after the season influence what they decide to do with the quarterback position. It is a huge mistake for an organization to base decisions around one player — just ask the […]
  • Dockett has the Cards’ biggest mouth — and that’s a good thing

    Darnell Dockett is a character. He tweets while being pulled over by the police, about his pet alligator and, well, anything else that’s on his mind. He’s funny, confusing and, sometimes, frustrating. But he’s not James Harrison. Harrison, of course, is the Steelers linebacker who, among other things, voiced his displeasure for NFL Commissioner Roger […]
  • PETA talks to Darnell Dockett

    While media and fans may love Darnell Dockett and his new pet alligator “Nino,” PETA does not feel the same. The pro-animal organization sent Dockett a letter acknowledging that he had purchased the alligator and telling him to get rid of it. Dear Mr. Dockett, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was alerted […]
  • Cards’ Feely not as optimistic about end of lockout

    While it may appear that the NFL lockout could be nearing its end, the Cardinals’ Jay Feely isn’t quite so sure. The team’s player representative for the player’s association, according to, told ESPN’s Sportscenter, “I do not think (a resolution) is as close as some people make it out to be.” That’s probably not […]
  • Joey Porter, Ken whisenhunt to participate in celebrity golf tournament

    Although they cannot participate in football related activities due to the NFL lockout, a few current and former Cardinals will get together to golf. Joey Porter, Ken Whisenhunt, Steve Buerlein, Chris Chandler and Jim McMahon will all take part in the 2011 American Centurty Championship celebrity golf tournament July 14-17. Porter will play in the […]
  • Cardinals thought they were getting draft-day steals — they were wrong

    Each year the NFL Draft comes and goes, and by the time every selection is made fans and analysts alike go over the picks and determine who did the best job. One factor everyone looks at is who got the biggest “steals” of the draft. You know, players who fell in the draft, only to […]
  • Patrick Peterson: Destined for stardom

    When the Arizona Cardinals selected LSU’s Patrick Peterson with the number five overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft, they got themselves a player with as much potential as anyone in the draft. At 6 feet and 219 pounds, Peterson has the size to match up with the best WRs in the game. And with […]
  • Arizona Cardinals: Worth more than you think

    Well, the Bidwill family certainly isn’t allowed to cry poor anymore. According to Forbes, the Arizona Cardinals are the 30th most valuable sports franchise — in the world. Valued at $919 million, the team’s recent success has to have played a role. Combine that with a stadium that is not even five-years-old, and the team […]
  • Imagine that, a 5-11 team had bad players

    It takes a bad team to win just five games in a season, and bad teams are not usually filled with good players. So, it should really come as no surprise that the Cardinals, according to, had two of the 25 least valuable players in the NFL last season. Coming in at number 12 […]
  • Kolb — or most other QBs — could lead to division title for Cards

    The NFC West is still one of the weakest divisions in football, and the Cardinals could be a QB away from returning to the top. “Yes, I will give up a first round pick for Kevin Kolb,” Doug Franz said on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show Tuesday. “Because I think the division’s so […]