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  • What we can believe: Cardinals GM Keim keeping NFL Draft options open

    Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim brought the reverse psychology to his final pre-NFL Draft press conference? Or did he?
  • Cardinals sign former AAF offensive lineman Brant Weiss

    The Arizona Cardinals signed offensive lineman Brant Weiss on Tuesday, the team announced. Weiss spent the 2018 preseason in camp with Arizona.
  • Report: Cardinals hosting Oregon DB Ugo Amadi

    The Arizona Cardinals will host defensive back Ugo Amadi, who played four years for the Oregon Ducks and had 55 tackles and two interceptions last year.
  • Falcons sign former Cardinals OL John Wetzel

    Free agent offensive lineman John Wetzel, who spent his last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, signed a deal Tuesday with the Atlanta Falcons.
  • Cardinals reportedly set to host DT draft prospect Gerald Willis III

    Miami tackle Gerald Willis III might be named at the tail end in a top-10 list of the 2019 NFL Draft's top defensive linemen.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Where do the first-round NFL picks come from?

    Can you name the schools that have produced first-round NFL draft picks since 2010? That's your Trivia Tuesday challenge this week!
  • Seahawks agree to sign QB Russell Wilson to $140 million extension

    Quarterback Russell Wilson is sticking around with the Seattle Seahawks as the highest paid player in the NFL with a four-year, $140 million extension.
  • David Peralta’s great start to 2019: By the numbers

    David Peralta has gotten off to a hot start during the early part of 2019, so here are some numbers that show just how good he has been.
  • Duke forward Zion Williamson declares for 2019 NBA Draft

    Duke forward and the overwhelming favorite to go No. 1 in the 2019 NBA Draft Zion Williamson declared for the draft on Monday.
  • Empire of the Suns hands out its 2018-19 end of season awards

    Empire of the Suns picks the Phoenix Suns' MVP, most improved player and more.
  • WSJ: Arizona, ASU among top 50 most valuable basketball programs

    Following a season that saw one program end its streak of NCAA Tournament appearances and another possibly start one, the value of college basketball in Arizona has increased tremendously.
  • Is confidence in Cardinals taking Kyler Murray atop NFL Draft waning?

    What if the Arizona Cardinals pass on selecting Kyler Murray to start the 2019 NFL Draft?That realization is hitting home.
  • D-backs Farm Rumblings: Duplantier shines in Triple-A debut

    Jon Duplantier got his first taste of the Majors with the D-backs earlier this season. He also shined in his Triple-A debut last week for the Reno Aces.
  • In fixing goal-scoring woes, Coyotes will look to multiple factors

    The Arizona Coyotes weren't a good offensive team in 2018-19. But there's a few ways they can improve their goal-scoring going forward.
  • Rattlers use turnovers, big plays to stay unbeaten in Tucson

    The Sugar Skulls matched the Rattlers blow for blow in the first half before Arizona pulled away in the third quarter on their way to a victory in Tucson.
  • Suns all-time winningest head coach John MacLeod dies at 81

    John MacLeod, who took the Phoenix Suns to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history, has died, the team announced Sunday.
  • Green: D-backs’ Holland should have been ejected for throwing at Mejia

    Is there bad blood brewing between the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres? It's certainly possible after a ninth-inning incident Sunday.
  • Zack Greinke, David Peralta lead the way as D-backs avoid Padres sweep

    Peralta's pinch-hit, 3-run home run in the sixth inning gave the D-backs an insurmountable lead while Greinke tossed a season-best seven innings.
  • By the numbers: D-backs offense fails to produce against Rangers, Padres

    A rough week at the plate in which Arizona scored four runs or fewer three times saw the D-backs go just 2-4 against Texas and San Diego.
  • D-backs’ strategy with Taijuan Walker return based on lessons from past

    As things continue to progress for Walker according to plan, don't expect the D-backs to rush him back to the field.