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  • Cardinals look to fix problems against Steelers

    The Cardinals are coming off a much needed bye week, but now must re-focus on Sunday’s opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett admits the break was nice but says football was always on his mind. “It was good today to get out there and shake four days of rest off,” Dockett said Monday. […]
  • Kolb conversation isn’t about yes and no, it’s about being fair

    Maybe we’re all too quick to judge Kevin Kolb. “When you talk about Kevin Kolb or really anybody else who has done good things at a pro level, but hasn’t had that sample size you need, the conversation…is really about being fair,” said Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. While […]
  • Joey Porter, a trade that should happen?

    Veteran linebacker Joey Porter has 14 tackles and one sack for the Arizona Cardinals this season, but with a team struggling to a 1-4 record the 34-year-old may be a better fit for a team looking to win now. The Cardinals, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Jason Cole, should entertain trading the pass rusher before Tuesday’s […]
  • The real reason for Bradley’s struggles?

    It was considered a coup back in July when the Arizona Cardinals signed free agent inside linebacker Stewart Bradley, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, to a five- year, $30 million contract. Bradley was a stalwart in the middle of the Eagles’ defense in 2008, registering a team-high 108 tackles. He missed the entire 2009 season […]
  • Warner says Kolb doesn’t seem comfortable

    Kevin Kolb has not thrown a touchdown since Week 3, and has not gone a game without tossing an interception since Week 1. He’s completing 58.7 percent of his passes and has fumbled six times. And the Cardinals are 1-4. Questions and criticism have been piling up for the Cardinals QB, as he was expected […]
  • At 1-4 Cardinals season not lost

    The Arizona Cardinals packed up after practice on Wednesday and went their separate ways for the rest of the week. NFL rules mandate that a team in their bye week must have four consecutive days off, so the Cardinals will head into the weekend with a lot of free time and even more to ponder […]
  • Wolf: Kolb must back words up with play

    Kevin Kolb is saying all the right things. He talks about taking charge, playing as a group and believing in yourself. But it only matters if he can do those things and then turn them into victories. Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show, believes that as long as there is […]
  • Bidwill: Time for Super Bowl to come back

    Third time’s the charm right? After losing out in two previous years to Indianapolis and New Orleans, the Cardinals put together a presentation that will bring the Super Bowl to the state of Arizona for a third time. Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill was on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf show to celebrate the […]
  • Kevin Kolb to Arizona a bad decision?

    It’s no secret that Kevin Kolb has struggled in his first season with the Arizona Cardinals. So far this season Kolb has led the team to a 1-4 record and has thrown more interceptions than touchdowns. According to Vinnie Iyer of the Sporting News, trading for Kolb was one of the worst offseason moves. Sure […]
  • For the Cardinals accountability is key

    The Arizona Cardinals wrapped up their final practice of the week Wednesday, and there’s one central theme coming from Tempe: accountability. Players and coaches believe that when every player is accountable — especially after a loss — winning becomes easier. “If everybody has accountability, if everyone does their job, we win football games,” quarterback Kevin […]
  • Veteran LB Joey Porter thinks bye came at right time

    It was a short week for the Arizona Cardinals as they head into the bye week with a 1-4 record. Wednesday was their second and last day of practice for the week. Veteran linebacker Joey Porter thinks the bye came at a good time. “It’s come to that point to where it’s getting real thick […]
  • Kolb clarifies comments

    Frustration boiled after the Arizona Cardinals’ 34-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday to the point that head coach Ken Whisenhunt delivered a post-game speech that indicated that sloppiness would no longer be tolerated for his 1-4 Cardinals. That prompted quarterback Kevin Kolb to agree with his coach while talking to reporters on Sunday. […]
  • Cardinals hold players only meeting

    Understatement alert: things have not gone according to plan for the Arizona Cardinals in 2011. After a free agency period that saw the Cardinals mentioned alongside the Philadelphia Eagles as the most aggressive franchise, optimism was high. After four consecutive losses and a 1-4 record heading into their bye week, that is no longer the […]
  • Cardinals are almost — but not yet — done

    The odds of the Arizona Cardinals reaching the playoffs after starting the season 1-4 are slim, to say the least. “Ninety-five percent of the teams that go 1-4 do not make the playoffs,” Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley said. Oops. Wolfley says it’s not impossible for the Cardinals to turn things around and reach the […]
  • Beanie Wells feeling more comfortable in Cardinals offense

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals at 1-4 have gotten off to a disappointing start, but running back Beanie Wells is still having success this season. Wells has already scored six touchdowns and rushed for 381 yards at a 4.8 yards per carry. He struggled last season with fumbling issues and even getting playing time on […]
  • Cardinals need young players to keep improving

    At 1-4, the Arizona Cardinals main goal is simple: improve. Some would argue it shouldn’t be too hard, given that the team can’t get any worse, but there are still 11 games left in the regular season and everyone would feel better if the team showed marked improvement over the season’s final few months. One […]
  • Cardinals sign Considine, release Graham

    The Arizona Cardinals made a couple of roster moves on Tuesday, signing free agent safety Sean Considine while releasing punter Ben Graham. Considine was released by the Carolina Panthers on October 4th. He had played four games with the Panthers this season, and registered one fumble recovery. Considine was originally drafted out of Iowa in […]
  • 2015 Super Bowl to be played in Arizona

    The NFL awarded the 2015 Super Bowl to Arizona Tuesday. “I’m hopeful the owners were influenced by how they were treated in 2008. I’m elated and relieved,” chairman of the Super Bowl host committee Mike Kennedy said. “It’s a huge team effort for this to happen the Cardinals, cities and the state. Just a lot […]
  • Heap says Cardinals need to focus on the little things

    Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap didn’t play on Sunday, but he was on the sideline. Heap, who was out with a hamstring injury, believes the team needs to stress attention to detail. “I think you need to go back and look at things with a finer tooth comb when you’ve lost four games in […]
  • Cardinals working hard, just not showing results

    Does the picture look familiar? The one just to the left of this copy. Well it should. The Arizona Cardinals dropped their fourth straight game Sunday, this time to the formally winless Vikings. The picture of players dropping their heads in disappointment has become all to familiar for fans. This time last season the Cardinals […]

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