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  • Pro Football Focus: Cardinals secondary among the league’s worst

    Pro Football Focus' Michael Renner ranked the Cardinals the No. 19 best secondary heading into the 2018 season. The Cardinals have added Jamar Taylor and Bene Benwikere to replace the losses of Tyrann Mathieu and Tramon Williams.
  • USA Today: Cardinals not expected to contend for playoffs in 2018

    USA Today previewed the 2018 season with predictions for every NFL team. The Cardinals enter the season with low expectations after an 8-8 season and full-scale changes on the roster and coaching staff.
  • ESPN’s Thiry: Cardinals’ Josh Rosen is NFC West’s best newcomer

    ESPN's Los Angeles Rams reporter rated Cardinals' quarterback Josh Rosen as the best newcomer to the NL West. Rosen enters his rookie season as the team's future quarterback.
  • Sports Illustrated: Cardinals receive ‘C’ grade for offseason moves

    Sports Illustrated's Andy Benoit graded the offseason moves of every team in the NFC West. Benoit wasn't very high on the moves the Cardinals made heading into the 2018 season.
  • USA Today: Cardinals have the fourth best backup quarterback group

    USA Today's Nate Davis ranked every NFL's teams backup quarterback and there readiness to fill-in should the starting quarterback get injured.
  • Jones-Drew ranks Cardinals’ David Johnson third best RB in NFL

    NFL.com's analyst Maurice Jones-Drew ranked Cardinals running back David Johnson as the third best running back in the NFL ahead of the 2018 season.
  • Cardinals’ Derrick Coleman embraces role with new team

    Cardinals fullback Derrick Coleman joins Doug & Wolf to discuss his role with his new team and how he's overcome physical challenges.
  • 4 Cardinals on CBS Sports’ Top 100 players, none on PFF’s list

    David Johnson, Patrick Peterson, Chandler Jones and Larry Fitzgerald were the four Cardinals who made CBS' Sports list of the top 100 players in the NFL.
  • Kurt Warner: Rosen needs to prove he’s capable of starting early

    Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner joins Doug & Wolf to discuss what to look for from rookie quarterback Josh Rosen prior to his first minicamp.
  • ESPN: Cardinals biggest rival is the Seahawks

    In 2002, the Cardinals were moved from the NFC East to the NFC West and the Seahawks were moved from the AFC West to the NFC West. Thus, a rivalry was born.