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  • Cardinals make roster changes, give offers

    The Arizona Cardinals announced Friday the team has tendered one-year qualifying contract offers to restricted free agents Rashad Johnson, LaRod Stephens-Howling and Greg Toler. The three are allowed to consult with other teams until April 20, but the Cardinals have the right to match any offer or receive a draft selection as compensation. Stephens-Howling obtained […]
  • Report: Manning visit to Arizona looming

    Could Peyton Manning be deciding between his final three suitors? ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed a Denver Post report, former four-time MVP quarterback will be making the rounds to meet with potential future employers, starting with John Elway and the Denver Broncos Friday night. The long-time heralded leader of the Indianapolis Colts’ offense has Arizona at […]
  • Former Manning backup says AZ is best fit

    Jim Sorgi knows Peyton Manning very well. The former NFL quarterback spent six seasons (2004 to 2009) as Manning’s understudy with the Indianapolis Colts. Sorgi spoke with ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd Friday on Arizona Sports 620 and shared his opinion on where his former signal-calling mentor would fit in best. “Where I think he should […]
  • Mortensen: Cards in top five for Manning

    ESPN analyst Chris Mortensen, who broke the news about Peyton Manning’s release a day before his press conference with the Indianapolis Colts, said that the Cardinals are a top five candidate to land Manning’s services. “I would be shocked if he and Ken (Whisenhunt) have not have had a phone conversation at least in the […]
  • Schefter: Manning decision coming soon

    The Peyton Manning saga may have a definitive conclusion sooner rather than later. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Manning camp is hoping to make a decision on where the four-time MVP will call home within the next week. While it’s believed Manning would prefer to stay in the AFC, he is open to switching […]
  • Bloggerment: Did the Colts do the right thing with Manning?

    Bloggerment: Arizona Sports 620 bloggers Rod Lakin and Jarrett Carlen argue the Colts decision to part ways with Peyton Manning. Question: If Peyton Manning is going to be able to play football this season, why would the Indianapolis Colts release him? Rod Lakin: This is the most important yet least discussed aspect of the Colts’ […]
  • Schefter: Manning prefers AFC team

    Strike one on the Arizona Cardinals. ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted the latest on the Peyton Manning sweepstakes Thursday morning, and it wasn’t necessarily good news for Cardinal fans. Peyton Manning prefers to stay in the AFC but is open to playing in the NFC. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2012 Schefter’s tweet […]
  • Gannon: Manning, Cardinals could be a good fit

    As a veteran quarterback searching for a new team in the twilight of his career, Rich Gannon can offer unique insight into Peyton Manning’s psyche and what he may be looking for in a new football home. Manning, a four-time MVP, was released by the Indianapolis Colts after 14 years of serving as their franchise […]
  • With or without Manning, there’s a clear loser in Arizona

    While Cardinals fans all over the Valley are bubbling over with excitement at the possibility of the franchise luring one of the best quarterbacks of all time to play here, there is one guy who likely does not share that feeling and instead is probably thinking “here we go again.” After a stellar collegiate career […]
  • Schefter: Cardinals in ‘final four’ for Manning

    It’s March, so the term “Final Four” will be thrown around a lot in basketball circles. But how about football circles? With Future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning getting released by the Indianapolis Colts Wednesday, speculation is widespread on the teams that may be interested in acquiring his services. ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter […]
  • Manning to AZ? Dockett says ‘yes’

    The Peyton Manning to (fill in the blank) rumors have been out there for quite some time. But Tuesday, they got kicked into high gear when news broke that the Indianapolis Colts would indeed cut the four-time MVP instead of paying his astronomical $28 million roster bonus. Manning missed the 2011 season after undergoing four […]
  • ESPN: Colts to release Peyton Manning Wednesday

    The suitors for Peyton Manning can start lining up for their shot at landing arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting the Colts will release Peyton Manning Wednesday, effectively ending his 14-year career with the team. The announcement is expected to come at a press conference in Indianapolis. It’s not […]
  • T.O. open to landing in Cardinals’ nest

    After winning MVP at the Jack In The Box Celebrity Shootout at U.S. Airways Center over the weekend, you’d think that Terrell Owens wanted to prove something to Arizonans — like he’s a quality athlete that is still quick, fast and can handle a ball. Yes, Owens is still looking to get back into the […]
  • Peyton Manning billboards coming to Valley

    Peyton Manning’s name may have been plastered across websites and Twitter over the past few weeks, but now it will grace several billboards in the Valley. Paul Calvisi tweeted on Sunday that the new billboards will be posted this week. Follow @carternacke
  • Sando: Cards need young O-line, get R. Williams healthy

    The Arizona Cardinals will have to be more diligent with their choice in the draft this year and aim towards younger offensive linemen, according to Mike Sando, an NFC West blogger for ESPN. He told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo Friday that if the Cardinals decide to keep offensive tackle Levi Brown, they’ll have […]
  • Warner says there is no place in NFL for cheap shots

    A report has come out alleging that the New Orleans Saints players maintained a bounty program, one that led to them targeting opponents with the intent to injure them. The NFL began its investigation into the matter in early 2010 after hearing that quarterbacks Kurt Warner and Brett Favre had been targeted. Warner, who retired […]
  • Bounty or not, Kurt Warner says big hit didn’t cause him to retire

    Kurt Warner took one of the hardest hits you’ll ever see in his final NFL game. Warner threw an interception in a playoff game against the Saints, and and was drilled by New Orleans’ Bobby McCray on the return. A report has come out that says the Saints offered players money for knocking certain players […]
  • Cardinals place franchise tag on Calais Campbell

    It looks like Calais Campbell will be an Arizona Cardinal in 2012, whether the team signs him to a long-term contract or not. The Cardinals announced Friday they have placed the “non- exclusive” franchise tag on the defensive lineman, meaning Campbell will receive a one-year tender at either 120% of his 2012 salary or the […]
  • Cardinals to play Saints in NFL’s Hall of Fame Game

    Cardinals fans will get to see their team take the field a week earlier than normal this preseason. The NFL announced Wednesday that the Cardinals will play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, August 5, in the 2012 Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. The Cardinals have played in the Hall of Fame Game […]
  • A new wrinkle on the Peyton Manning to AZ rumors

    Where oh where will Peyton Manning land? There’s seemingly a new wrinkle or rumor every day about Manning’s possible landing spots for 2012 or whether or not he can even throw a football up to NFL standards. A lot remains unknown, and will until March 8 — the day Manning is due a huge roster […]

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