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  • NFL, Arizona community reacts to Bill Bidwill’s death

    Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who played under Bidwill's leadership for the past 16 seasons, read a tribute in remembrance of the late owner.
  • Bill Bidwill, Arizona Cardinals owner, dies at 88

    Arizona Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill has died at the age of 88 years old. He is survived by five children, 10 grandkids and a great-grandchild.
  • Arizona Cardinals sign nose tackle Zach Kerr

    Defensive lineman Zach Kerr signed with the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday, filling the team's need for a backup nose tackle behind Corey Peters.
  • Cardinals WR Christian Kirk’s ankle diagnosis less serious than anticipated

    Arizona Cardinals receiver Christian Kirk will be limited Thursday with an ankle injury and appears unlikely to play against the Cincinnati Bengals.
  • Doug & Wolf power poll, Week 5: Seahawks, Bills making moves

    The Seattle Seahawks managed a 27-10 victory over the 0-3-1 Cardinals this past week. At 3-1 on the year, their schedule has been relatively easy.
  • The Consensus Week 5: Cardinals running out of room to fall

    The Arizona Cardinals lost their third straight game Sunday against Seattle and have once again dipped in this week's NFL Power Rankings.
  • Jerry Rice says Cardinals’ Fitzgerald could catch his receiving record

    Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald is now second all-time in receptions. This has NFL legend Jerry Rice aware that his record may be in jeopardy.
  • Cardinals re-sign WR Pharoh Cooper, release DL Miles Brown

    The Arizona Cardinals announced Tuesday they have re-signed wide receiver Pharoh Cooper and cut defensive lineman Miles Brown.
  • Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury vague on Christian Kirk, Zach Allen injuries

    Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has been pretty vague about the injury status of both WR Christian Kirk and DL Zach Allen.
  • GM Steve Keim’s desperate moves are dooming winless Cardinals

    Dan Bickley writes that general manager Steve Keim is making decisions out of desperation for his job and is causing the Cardinals' struggles in recent years.
  • Kingsbury: Cardinals’ rookies will get a chance with Swearinger’s release

    After the Arizona Cardinals released veteran safety D.J. Swearinger, the team will turn to rookie safeties Deionte Thompson and Jalen Thompson.
  • Arizona Cardinals release safety D.J. Swearinger following Week 4 loss

    The Arizona Cardinals have released safety D.J. Swearinger after the team fell to 0-3-1 on the season with their loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.
  • Cardinals RBs Johnson, Edmonds provide vs. Seahawks

    Chase Edmonds' role might be expanding for the Cardinals, and David Johnson had his biggest game so far in the young Kliff Kingsbury era.
  • Carson Palmer’s selflessness shines as Cardinals put him in Ring of Honor

    Before and after retirement, it was never about Carson Palmer, which is why the Arizona Cardinals put him in their Ring of Honor.
  • Kingsbury on 0-3-1 start: Nobody is coming to save Cardinals

    The message emitting from a winless Arizona Cardinals locker room sounded universal. They must make changes themselves and must stick together to do so.
  • Cardinals show their margin for error is zero in loss to Seattle

    The Cardinals looked even with the Seahawks on the stat sheet following their loss on Sunday, but mistakes led to a lopsided scoreboard in Glendale.
  • Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald passes Tony Gonzalez, 2nd all-time in catches

    Add another accolade to Larry Fitzgerald's already-impressive resume. He is now second place all-time for career catches in the NFL.
  • Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray records 1st career rushing touchdown

    In the fourth quarter of Sunday's game, rookie quarterback Kyler Murray delivered the Arizona Cardinals first touchdown of the day.
  • Cardinals WR Kirk, DE Allen injured against Seahawks

    The Arizona Cardinals lost receiver Christian Kirk and defensive end Zach Allen to injury during Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
  • David Johnson, Chase Edmonds lead Arizona’s offense against Seattle

    Despite the offensive struggles for the Arizona Cardinals, the pair of running backs took care of the ball in the first half for Arizona.

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