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  • K1 Podcast: Positives for Kyler Murray, negatives for Cards entering bye

    While Kyler Murray enters the bye on an uptick despite Arizona's losing, a David Johnson question looms for the Cardinals.
  • Ending of Cardinals-49ers has big consequences in sportsbooks

    Depending on where bettors put their money, and on which respective sportsbooks lines, the final play in the Cardinals' visit to the 49ers mattered.
  • Rapid Reactions: Cardinals take 49ers down to the wire yet again in loss

    A look at the rapid reactions from the 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station staff following the Cardinals' 36-26 loss to the 49ers.
  • Cardinals’ David Johnson out-snapped by Kenyan Drake 61-9 in loss to 49ers

    All told, Cardinals RB Kenyan Drake accumulated 67 yards on 16 carries compared to David Johnson not recording a single carry on Sunday.
  • Arizona Cardinals fall late to Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco

    Kyler Murray threw two TD passes and put the Cardinals ahead 26-23 on a 22-yard keeper with 6:30 to play but it wasn't enough to beat the 49ers.
  • Cardinals defense sabotaging early success of Murray, Kingsbury

    The Cardinals continue to fail on defense. They make enough plays to keep things interesting. They are finally forcing turnovers, but are highly erratic.
  • Cardinals’ questionable play call on defense leads to 49ers’ game-winner

    Looking to put as much pressure as possible on the opposition at the end of the game, DC Vance Joseph sent the farm. The farm excluding Chandler Jones.
  • Pass interference calls continue to dictate play in Cardinals’ loss to Niners

    For a second week in a row, pass interference calls have played a factor in an Arizona Cardinals game, impacting the game flow for the defense.
  • Cardinals come out swinging against 49ers in San Francisco

    After trailing 21-7 just a few weeks prior, the Arizona Cardinals came out firing, taking a 16-10 lead into halftime over the San Francisco 49ers.
  • Brock out for Cardinals, 49ers missing key weapons for Week 11

    Cornerback Tramaine Brock was listed among the seven Arizona Cardinals on the inactive list, but the 49ers will be without George Kittle and Matt Breida.
  • Rapoport: Kenyan Drake to be treated as starter in Week 11

    Kenyan Drake looks to be in line to get the bulk of the carries again for the Arizona Cardinals in the Week 11 rematch against the San Francisco 49ers.
  • Arizona Cardinals sign TE Maxx Williams to 2-year contract extension

    The Cardinals announced Saturday the team has signed 25-year-old tight end Maxx Williams to a two-year contract extension.
  • Cardinals’ David Johnson aims to bounce back vs. 49ers

    "I think just trying to do too much, trying to make too many reads instead of running," Cardinals running back David Johnson said Friday.
  • Cards-49ers injury report Week 11: Peterson in, Chase Edmonds out

    The Arizona Cardinals will have corner Patrick Peterson, but not running back Chase Edmonds, for Week 11 at the San Francisco 49ers.
  • Kyler Murray is the toughest quarterback to sack in the NFL

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has evaded the most opposing pressure in the league through the first 10 weeks.
  • NFL dishes out punishments for Myles Garrett, others part of TNF brawl

    The NFL has announced suspensions for three players involved in the fight at the end of Thursday Night football. Cleveland's Myles Garrett gets bulk of it.
  • Cardinals GM addresses RB Johnson’s inconsistency, Kaepernick workout

    Steve Keim discussed David Johnson's struggles and also the Cardinals attending Colin Kaepernick's workout this Saturday.
  • Cardinals to attend workout of free agent QB Colin Kaepernick

    The Arizona Cardinals will be in attendance for free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick's workout in Atlanta on Saturday.
  • Cardinals nominate A.Q. Shipley for Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award

    The Arizona Cardinals have nominated center A.Q. Shipley for the sixth annual Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, the NFL announced on Thursday.
  • No. 1 receiver? Cardinals WR Christian Kirk’s big game begs the question

    The numbers are there. So is the work ethic. Is Cardinals 22-year-old Christian Kirk on his way to becoming a No. 1 wide receiver?

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