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  • Patrick Peterson’s apology confirms he cares as much as we do

    Patrick Peterson's apology for making a trade request is meaningful because he didn't have to and wasn't forced into remorse.
  • Arizona Cardinals announce return of ‘Flight Plan’ online docuseries

    The Arizona Cardinals announced Thursday that their documentary series "Cardinals Flight Plan" will return, marking the second season of the show.
  • Cardinals’ trade for Josh Rosen one of most impactful of past year

    ESPN on Wednesday graded the most impactful trades of the past calendar year and the Cardinals' trade for Josh Rosen came in at No. 21 on the list.
  • Arizona Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson apologizes for requesting trade

    Peterson grabbed a microphone and announced to the crowd he was sorry for the trade request and reaffirmed that Arizona is his home.
  • Cardinals CB Peterson excited to get back to press coverage

    Under new DC Vance Joseph, Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson will play more press, man-to-man coverage rather than zone.
  • Here’s a new one: NFL mock draft has the Cardinals not taking Nick Bosa

    Could the Cardinals draft Kentucky LB Josh Allen first in the 2019 NFL Draft? And what does one mock draft say about the talent of this quarterback class?
  • Trivia Tuesday: Killer Super Bowl Trivia

    How well do you remember the first 52 Super Bowls? Test your knowledge in this week's Trivia Tuesday!
  • Cardinals’ Michael Bidwill to receive Paul Tagliabue Award

    Cardinals president Michael Bidwill will receive the Paul J. Tagliabue Award in a ceremony on Thursday, before the Super Bowl.
  • Michael Phelps, Patrick Peterson to play in Waste Management Pro-Am

    Swimmer Michael Phelps, Cardinals corner Patrick Peterson and Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley will play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Am.
  • Now’s not the time to complain about the Saints game on the Senate floor

    Get your priorities straight, Bill.
  • Report: Cardinals interviewed former Bills QB J.P. Losman for assistant job

    J.P. Losman, the former Bills first-round pick and current coaching intern with Clemson, interviewed with the Arizona Cardinals, according to Ian Rapoport.
  • ESPN’s Bowen explains how Air Raid offense translates to Cardinals

    Misdirection, OL pulls and RBs in the passing game: All should help Cardinals Josh Rosen and David Johnson thrive in Kliff Kingsbury's Air Raid offense.
  • Gil Brandt names Cardinals C Mason Cole to his NFL All-Rookie team

    Mason Cole, who played every offensive snap for the Arizona Cardinals, was named to reporter Gil Brandt's 2018 All-Rookie Team.
  • Cardinals WR Christian Kirk expresses optimism for OTA return

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk, who injured his foot and was placed on IR, expects to return to the field for OTAs.
  • Cardinals ask about Nick Bosa, get into draft prep mode at Senior Bowl

    Receiver Terry McLaurin met with the Arizona Cardinals at the 2019 Senior Bowl and told them to take former Ohio State teammate Nick Bosa first overall.
  • Larry Fitzgerald’s return brings Cardinals undeniable value

    The return of Larry Fitzgerald to the Arizona Cardinals is a lot more than just a beloved Valley athlete coming back for another season.
  • ESPN includes Rosen, Kingsbury in 100 factors shaping the future NFL

    ESPN's Dan Graziano included Josh Rosen and Kliff Kingsbury in his 100 QBs, coaches, issues and decision-makers that will shape the NFL's future.
  • Cardinals players are hyped for Larry Fitzgerald’s return

    Objectively, Larry Fitzgerald is a well-liked dude. His Arizona Cardinals teammates appear enthused about his decision to play in 2019.
  • Where does Larry Fitzgerald rank among AZ’s longest-tenured athletes?

    Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be coming back for his 16th season in 2019, the team announced Wednesday. But just how big of a deal is 16 seasons?
  • By the numbers: Larry Fitzgerald’s legacy (so far) with the Cardinals

    After 15 years with the Cardinals, Larry Fitzgerald opted to return for another go. Here's where he stands in the NFL record books heading into 2019.