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  • Suns’ James Jones: Owner Robert Sarver doesn’t meddle in decisions

    Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver has carved out quite the reputation for himself in the Valley since he bought the Suns for $401 million in 2004.
  • Cardinals’ Christian Kirk talks Snoop Dogg, liver shakes and Kevin Sumlin

    Arizona Cardinals rookie receiver Christian Kirk joined Bickley & Marotta to discuss Snoop Dogg, liver shakes and Kevin Sumlin.
  • NFL evaluator on Cardinals draft pick Josh Rosen: ‘Nobody likes him’

    Josh Rosen's talent wasn't a top-three reason why the quarterback fell to the Cardinals in the 2018 NFL Draft. His injury history, less-than-impressive record at UCLA and personality were to blame.
  • NFL win total odds lump Cardinals at bottom with Browns

    The sportsbook manager at Westgate Las Vegas explains why the Arizona Cardinals' over/under for wins is as low as the Cleveland Browns'.
  • Arizona Cardinals draft grade: ‘G’ for godsend

    Bad luck can make a sports town crazy. Our relentless misfortune may have ended at the 2018 NFL draft, where the Cardinals earned the highest grade possible.
  • Despite bumpy coaching search, Sarver can still fix image of Suns

    Suns owner Robert Sarver needs to keep improving, understanding that his temperament, banker mentality and wild success in other industries haven’t always served him well in the NBA.
  • Ranking all 36 of Steve Keim’s Arizona Cardinals draft picks

    Steve Keim has engineered five different NFL Drafts for the Arizona Cardinals. Here's a ranking of all 36 players the Birdgang has selected during his tenure.
  • Bidwill: Primetime-lacking schedule no problem for underdog Cardinals

    Michael Bidwill remains confident Arizona can earn primetime games because the NFL's flex scheduling allows wiggle-room for the Cardinals to fight for those slots.
  • Bruce Arians talks Fitz’s driveway gift, quarterbacks and career moves

    Former Cardinals coach Bruce Arians tells the story of Larry Fitzgerald leaving a car on his driveway on Christmas morning and gives his take on Arizona's QB situation.
  • My next chapter: Why I joined

    My column will no longer land on driveways, repurposed to wrap fish or line birdcages. It now appears exclusively at liberated from print deadlines, paywalls and pop-up ads.
  • ESPN’s Windhorst: Executive James Jones key to Suns coaching search

    VP of basketball ops James Jones could be a draw to head coaching candidates who would otherwise not consider taking the Phoenix Suns job, says ESPN's Brian Windhorst.
  • Watch: Bickley & Marotta pay their Bracket Boss punishment

    The NCAA Tournament ended Monday with Villanova defeating Michigan in the national championship game, but the losers of the 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Bracket Boss challenge had already been decided.
  • Dan Bickley to write exclusively for

    Bonneville Phoenix announced Thursday that acclaimed local sports columnist Dan Bickley will be bringing his written content exclusively to
  • Suns’ Devin Booker not worried about contract: His only focus is next year

    Devin Booker is already looking ahead to 2018-19, when he hopes he can lead the Phoenix Suns to a leap in success compared to his first three seasons.
  • Dudley ‘would be shocked’ if Suns don’t have roster overhaul

    The Suns believed they didn't have a choice at the beginning of following the timeline.” Now, Phoenix may not have a choice about abandoning that plan.
  • Cardinals’ Sam Bradford ‘mentally tougher’ following injuries

    Although Sam Bradford has dealt with injuries for much of his career, the new Cardinals quarterback has gained some positives through all the negative.
  • Charles Barkley: If UA paid Deandre Ayton $100K, ‘that’s the best bargain’

    "If they got that kid for a hundred grand, they call that a bargain where I'm from," Charles Barkley said of Arizona center Deandre Ayton.
  • Branded: The story of Arizona’s original football team, the 1983 Wranglers

    An oral history of the 1983 Arizona Wranglers of the United States Football League -- the first pro football team to call the Grand Canyon State home.
  • Star’s Hansen believes Arizona’s Miller already ‘realized it was all over’

    The Arizona Daily Star's Greg Hansen believes Sean Miller is on the way out and that Deandre Ayton may not have been discussed in the FBI wiretaps.
  • ESPN’s Sando: Cardinals’ situation might not rule out hefty Cousins’ price

    Ask someone who they would like to see as the Arizona Cardinals' starting quarterback next season and the most likely answer you'll get is Kirk Cousins.

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