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  • Cardinals’ James Sanders offering expertise on Tom Brady

    News flash: Tom Brady of the New England Patriots is really good. Okay, that’s not a news flash, we knew that already. But look at the list of accolades: • Four Super Bowl rings • Seven Pro Bowl appearances • Two-time league MVP • Two-time AP Offensive Player of the Year • NFL record holder […]
  • Whisenhunt: Skelton not likely to play in New England

    While he didn’t go as far as to name a starter at the conclusion of the Cardinals’ practice on Thursday, head coach Ken Whisenhunt didn’t seem too optimistic that John Skelton would be able to take the field this weekend against the Patriots in Foxboro. “We still have time,” Whisenhunt told reporters. “But, it doesn’t […]
  • Cards Holliday to reach milestone mark Sunday

    Vonnie Holliday knew he was getting close. “I was just thinking about that [Monday night] because I saw my buddy (Chargers linebacker) Takeo Spikes hit the 200-game mark. I can’t believe he beat me to it.” Holliday will play in his 200th career regular season game this week in New England. “That’s big,” the defensive […]
  • Cardinals’ Grimm knows line must improve in running game

    Cardinals assistant head coach Russ Grimm is also in charge of the team’s offensive line. The same offensive line that paved the way for the Cardinals to pick up just 43 yards rushing last Sunday against Seattle, with just 27 of those coming from the team’s running backs. In a word, the run blocking was […]
  • Cardinals QB job is once again Kolb’s to lose

    The Arizona Cardinals recently finished up with a quarterback competition, one that divided and frustrated a fan base while failing to produce a clear-cut starter. Let’s hope the team soon enters into a full-fledged quarterback controversy. From the moment Kevin Kolb stepped onto the field to a chorus of boos from some not-thinking-straight Cardinals fans […]
  • Coach Whisenhunt still not ready to name Kolb Arizona’s starter

    Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt was not ready to declare Kevin Kolb his starting quarterback for Sunday’s tilt in New England, no matter what team president Michael Bidwill said Tuesday. “He said that,” the coach asked when told of his boss’ comments. “I think we still have some days until we play. “I know […]
  • Ex-UA TE well-versed in ‘Patriot Way’

    September 12, 2012: Behind Enemy Lines Rob Gronkowski set school records for receptions, receiving yards and TD catches by a tight end depite playing only two seasons at UA. Now, he needs one more touchdown (28) to break out of a tie with Russ Francis and move into sole possession of second place for most […]
  • NE head coach impressed with Cards ‘D’

    September 12, 2012: Behind Enemy Lines As New England head coach, Bill Belichick has never lost a game to the Cardinals in three career meetings. Under Belichick, the Patriots are 38-10 (.792) against the NFC in the regular season. And his next victory will be his 194th career win, moving him out of a tie […]
  • Patriots coach Belichick says Cardinals are a talented foe

    Bill Belichick has won 139 games over the last 12 seasons as the head coach of the New England Patriots. He’s 1-0 in season 13 after his team thrashed the Tennessee Titans 34-13 in Nashville, and is set to host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2. A Cardinals team, the three-time Super Bowl champion coach […]
  • Report: Cardinals work out veteran DE Andre Carter

    The Arizona Cardinals may be looking to add some depth on the defensive line. According to USA Today NFL writer Mike Garafolo, the team worked out defensive end Andre Carter Tuesday. Former Niners, Redskins and Pats DE Andre Carter worked out for the Cardinals today. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 11, 2012 Carter, 33, is […]
  • Cardinals add McCoy to practice squad

    The Arizona Cardinals made a couple of roster moves Tuesday, signing cornerback Greg McCoy to the practice squad and releasing cornerback Larry Parker. The 5-foot10, 178-pound McCoy spent the 2012 preseason with the Chicago Bears after being drafted in the seventh round (220th overall) out of TCU. McCoy started 13 games as a senior last […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald credits nutrition, workout routine for success

    It’s hard to believe it, but Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is in his ninth year in the National Football League. And despite being the most targeted wide receiver in the league in that time span, Fitzgerald has stayed incredibly healthy — having missed only four of a possible 129 games during his career. […]
  • Bidwill: Kevin Kolb to start for Cardinals in New England

    Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, when asked Monday, was not ready to name Kevin Kolb as his starting quarterback for Sunday’s game in New England. Kolb replaced an injured John Skelton in the fourth quarter against the Seahawks Sunday, leading the team to a win. And even with the news that Skelton’s injury was just […]
  • Differing views when judging Cardinals offensive line

    Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt has said good things about the way his offensive line protected the quarterback Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. “We protected very well; our guys did a great job,” the coach told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “Once again against a very good pass rushing team.” Whisenhunt pointed specifically […]
  • Cardinals’ run game leaves much to be desired

    There was a lot of excitement heading into 2012 about the Arizona Cardinals’ run game and the combination of running backs Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams. But the ground game output against the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s season opener left much to be desired. Arizona had just 20 rushing attempts for a total of 43 […]
  • Todd Heap attends former Ravens owner’s funeral

    In an act of pure class, Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap flew to Baltimore on Monday to attend former Ravens owner Art Modell’s funeral. Nestor: Todd Heap is in #Ravens locker room now chatting w/Pitta & Flacco. Flew in for Art Modell funeral. All class… — WNST (@WNST) September 11, 2012 Heap played 10 […]
  • Arizona Cardinals coach pleased with team’s mental toughness

    There is no guarantee that Arizona’s Week 1 win over Seattle will set the stage for a successful campaign. After all, it is only one game. Still, the Cardinals showed the same fight that helped carry them through 2011, and the same knack for coming up with a play when they absolutely needed one. They […]
  • Kolb preparing as if he is going to start Week 2

    When John Skelton injured his ankle in the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks, all eyes turned to quarterback Kevin Kolb. Kolb, who lost the starting job to Skelton in the preseason, was met with boos as he entered the game with the Arizona Cardinals down 16-13 on their own 32-yard line. To the surprise […]
  • Cardinals coach praises defense’s effort

    Those who follow the Arizona Cardinals figured the defense would be a strength this season. Much like last year, they believed the group would be able to make up for some of the offense’s shortcomings and allow the team to win games it doesn’t play particularly well in. Well so far, score one for those […]
  • Injury update: John Skelton suffers ankle sprain, it’s good news

    When John Skelton went down in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Seahawks, many feared the worst. The quarterback, who had his right leg put in an aircast before being carted off the field, wasn’t coming back into the game. And judging by the way Skelton reacted, it was reasonable to wonder if […]

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