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  • Final Cardinals camp battle: Left and right tackle

    As the Arizona Cardinals head into their final preseason game, they do so with a few position battles still yet unresolved. We are looking at what is left to be determined, including the tackle spots. Camp began with the offensive line being mostly set, with the Cardinals only needing to fill the right tackle spot. […]
  • Ken Whisenhunt, ascending NFL head coach?

    Herm Edwards used to be an NFL head coach, leading both the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs to a good amount of success. Now an analyst for ESPN, Edwards spends his time discussing the league, chatting with rookies, and playing to win the game. OK, maybe not the last part, even if that’s […]
  • ESPN analyst: Arizona Cardinals offense is ‘extremely handicapped’

    ESPN NFL analyst Merril Hoge says the Arizona Cardinals will have to run the football this season because of their limitations in the passing game. Those limitations, of course, are due to the team’s issues at quarterback, which the former NFL running back says will hold the team back. “Their offense is extremely handicapped,” Hoge […]
  • Arizona Cardinals QB drama of little concern to Larry Fitzgerald

    All Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald can do is catch the football when it’s thrown to him. Assuming, of course, the ball actually gets to him. The Pro Bowler is about to enter his ninth NFL season, and with career totals of 693 receptions, 9,615 yards and 73 touchdowns, it’s obvious he knows what he’s […]
  • ESPN’s Clayton: Cardinals QB situation is ‘so bad’

    The Arizona Cardinals are just two days away from their final preseason game against the Denver Broncos, and still no decision has been made by head coach Ken Whisenhunt on whom the starting quarterback will be for the 2012 season. Possibly complicating matters is the fact that Whisenhunt has also stated neither Kevin Kolb nor […]
  • Cardinals coach wants QBs to cut down on turnovers

    Arizona Cardinal quarterbacks have combined to throw seven interceptions in four preseason games. Three of those picks belong to Kevin Kolb and two to John Skelton, meaning each QB has had some issues with ball control. That’s going to have to change, according to Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt. “If you look at where we are […]
  • Final Cardinals camp battle: William Powell vs. Alfonso Smith

    As the Arizona Cardinals head into their final preseason game, they do so with a few position battles still yet unresolved. We’ll take a look at what is left to be determined, beginning with the battle at running back. Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams are locked in as the team’s top two backs, and LaRod […]
  • Cardinals announce game against Broncos is sold out

    The Arizona Cardinals have sold out their preseason game against the Denver Broncos, the team announced Monday. The game, which will be televised locally on KNXV-TV, is the 65th-consecutive sellout for the team since moving into University of Phoenix Stadium in August of 2006. Kickoff for the team’s final preseason game of the season is […]
  • Beanie Wells, Ryan Williams set to play vs. Broncos

    Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is happy to finally have stability at the running back position. With incumbent starter Beanie Wells returning and second-year back Ryan Williams both expected to play this week against the Broncos, Whisenhunt can breathe easy. “Its been nice not to be talking about the running game every day, like we […]
  • Cardinals to start Batiste, Massie at tackle spots Thursday

    Coach Ken Whisenhunt has announced that his starting tackles for Thursday’s preseason finale against the Denver Broncos will be Bobby Massie and D’Anthony Batiste. The rookie, Massie will start at right tackle, and the veteran Batiste will be at left tackle. “That seemed to be what worked best for us as the game progressed last […]
  • Still no resolution to Arizona Cardinals QB competition

    Ryan Lindley will start for the Cardinals Thursday against the Denver Broncos. It will be the last game he starts for a while. Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday he has not yet made a decision on who the team’s starting quarterback will be Week 1 against Seattle, thereby prolonging one of the more intriguing […]
  • ESPN Insider: Ryan Lindley a rookie to watch for Arizona Cardinals

    In no way is fantasy football a gauge with which to view NFL players. That said, it is interesting to note how rookies are viewed, if only because you would not want to draft one if you don’t expect the guy to produce. ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. wrote an ESPN Insider piece going over some […]
  • Arizona Cardinals cut three players with local college ties

    The Arizona Cardinals trimmed their preseason roster from 90 players down to 75 Friday, and three Arizona collegiate products were among those who didn’t make the cut. Arizona State safety Eddie Elder joins University of Arizona wide receiver Gino Crump and linebacker Paul Vassallo as the local casualties. Elder, who went undrafted in April, made […]
  • Arizona Cardinals coach has no decision on quarterbacks

    Ken Whisenhunt was not surprised the first question he was asked Friday was about his quarterbacks. The Cardinals coach, roughly 12 hours after his team arrived in the Valley following a preseason tilt with the Titans, gave no indication that anything has been decided. “I don’t really know right now,” he said when asked if […]
  • Arizona Cardinals trim roster to 75

    The Arizona Cardinals announced the release of 12 players Friday to get their roster down to 75 players. The players released are: DT Landon Cohen WR Gino Crump S Eddie Elder WR Tre Gray CB Marshay Green WR Jaymar Johnson FB Reagan Maui’a LB Marcus McGraw LB Zach Nash CB James Nixon K/P Ricky Schmitt […]
  • Kevin Kolb is just a bad fit for the Arizona Cardinals

    If the Arizona Cardinals learned one thing from their preseason game Thursday in Tennessee it’s that their QB competition is far from finished. If the Arizona Cardinals learned a second thing from their preseason game Thursday in Tennessee it’s that while Kevin Kolb may have had his best effort of 2012 (which in itself isn’t […]
  • Five things I learned watching the Cardinals and Titans

    1) Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback. Kolb led nine drives against Oakland and Tennessee. Skelton led six. Kolb led two long touchdown drives in the two games. Skelton led one short touchdown drive. With Kolb getting more opportunities, the focus of the coaching staff was clear. Kolb would have to lose the job […]
  • Titans coach calls out Arizona Cardinals offensive line

    BREAKING NEWS: the Arizona Cardinals offensive line is bad. OK, not so much breaking, and not really even news. The group’s struggles are well documented, and the loss of Levi Brown to injury has not helped things. However, things have gotten so bad that other teams are almost feeling bad for Arizona’s QBs. At least, […]
  • Arizona Cardinals walking in a giant circle

    The Cardinals quarterback competition is like getting lost in the woods. We’ve come all this way only to find we’ve been walking in a giant circle. John Skelton (not Jonathon Trent Dilfer) was the night’s biggest letdown. He completed 4-of-10 passes for 41 yards, tossed a pick on an overthrow and has a QB rating […]
  • Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt still undecided on QBs

    After watching his two quarterbacks struggle against the Tennessee Titans Thursday night, Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt isn’t ready to make a decision on the team’s starter. “I got to look at this game and I’ve got to evaluate this and we’ll see,” Whisenhunt said. “We still have another game, another week of practice […]

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