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  • Cardinals have begun talks with Larry Fitzgerald’s agent

    When the Arizona Cardinals traded for Kevin Kolb many believed it was done to ensure that all-everything wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald would remain in the Valley. With the dust settling from the free agent and trade frenzy that engulfed the NFL over the last week, Cards general manager Rod Graves is letting everyone know his […]
  • Prepare yourself for a new-look defense in Arizona

    The Arizona Cardinals hired Ray Horton as defensive coordinator to improve a unit that allowed the third-most points in the league last season while surrendering the fourth-most amount of yards. Horton, who has promised his defense would blitz on its first play in the season opener, has some interesting ideas in mind of how to […]
  • Are screen passes in Arizona’s future?

    Ask almost any Cardinals fan and they’ll tell you the team has not run a successful screen pass since, well, ever. Often times tried, rarely pretty, the Cardinals seemed to do more harm than good with the play that is designed to suck the defense in before neatly dropping the ball off to the running […]
  • One practice in, Kolb is surprising (in a good way)

    Kevin Kolb practiced for the first time with the Cardinals Thursday, a moment that was as anticipated as any in recent history for the team. With expectations galore, the new QB faced quite a bit of pressure. He didn’t disappoint. “He was impressive,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley said on the Doug and Wolf Show […]
  • Report: Cardinals, others interested in Matt Roth

    It looks like the Arizona Cardinals free agency rumors are not slowing down. The latest name spit out by the rumor mill is linebacker and defensive end Matt Roth. LB/DE Matt Roth is drawing interest from the Saints, Broncos, and Cardinals, per league source.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyProFootballTalkProFootballTalk If the […]
  • Similarities exist, but don’t compare Kolb to Rodgers

    Aaron Rodgers was handed the keys to the Green Bay Packers offense after four seasons of backing up future Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre. Rodgers, in his first year as a starter, threw for 4,038 yards and 28 touchdowns, numbers that likely surprised even the most optimistic Packers fans. Kevin Kolb is in a […]
  • Braylon Edwards will be in the NFC West, just not with the Cardinals

    Braylon Edwards will be in the NFC West this season. He just won’t be a member of the Arizona Cardinals. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Edwards will be calling San Francisco home in 2011. Filed to ESPN: Free agent WR Braylon Edwards and the San Francisco 49ers reached agreement on a 1-year, $3.5 million deal.less […]
  • Cardinals off-season not as impressive as thought?

    The Arizona Cardinals made a lot of moves once the lockout was lifted, most of which have been well received by pretty much anyone who follows football. And really, how could they not be? Adding Kevin Kolb, Todd Heap, Daryn Colledge, among others, showed the Cardinals were ready and willing to spend money in order […]
  • Cardinals still interested in Braylon Edwards and Malcom Floyd

    The Arizona Cardinals have over $14.6 million to spend and a hole at wide receiver left to fill. The question is, which wide receiver will they try to fill it with? According to the Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers, there are two names they are considering. Cardinals remain interested in Braylon. Not going to get into […]
  • Patrick Peterson will return punts for Cardinals

    Patrick Peterson wasn’t just a great cornerback at LSU, he also was a fantastic punt returner. While he got the chance to field punts on Saturdays, with a multi-million dollar contract and a defense relying on his cover skills, some wondered if he’d be a part of the Cardinals return game on Sundays in 2011. […]
  • Coach says Kolb will play in preseason opener

    Fans anxious to see Kevin Kolb play in a Cardinals jersey won’t have to wait long, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt. “He’ll play some in the first preseason game,” the coach said of his QB, who will have roughly a week of true practice time under his belt before next Thursday’s game in Oakland. […]
  • Wolf: ‘Beanie Wells is eye popping’

    On Wednesday Ken Whisenhunt named Beanie Wells the Cardinals starting running back. While the move didn’t come as a huge surprise to most, seeing as Wells’ main competition the last few years, Tim Hightower, was traded to Washington over the weekend, it sounds like the Ohio State product has earned the job with his work […]
  • Kevin Kolb: ‘I can take my game to another level’

    Kevin Kolb knows there is pressure. He knows there are doubters and he knows there are some who think the Cardinals overpaid to get a guy who hasn’t proven anything in the NFL. It doesn’t matter. “There’s always a little bit of pressure,” he said. “I know that, I’m not naive enough not to think […]
  • Kolb impressed with Cardinals coaching staff

    Coming to a new team and having to learn a different offense can be a daunting task. Doing it all in a span of a couple weeks, without being allowed to practice during one of them? That can be downright impossible. But, as Kevin Kolb told Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Thursday, one of […]
  • Peter King thinks Kolb will have a ‘B’ season

    Kevin Kolb hasn’t even been allowed to practice with the Arizona Cardinals, but that hasn’t stopped national media members from speculating just how well he’ll do with his new team. Sports Illustrated’s Peter King was on with ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd Thursday and shared his thoughts “Kolb will go through some growing pains, some chemistry […]
  • Kevin Kolb has what it takes to succeed

    The Cardinals traded for Kevin Kolb, so you’d have to believe they’re confident in his abilities. But, listen to offensive coordinator Mike Miller enough and even the biggest Kolb doubters may become believers. “The thing I always look for first is poise,” Miller told Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Thursday. “I want to see […]
  • New Cardinals step up in different camp

    Normally NFL players would be roughly a week into training camp, possibly already getting tired of monotonous practices. This year is different, though, as players who are with new teams have not been allowed to practice. While that is not a good thing, especially for a team with new players who figure to play key […]
  • Delay in CBA ratification could hurt Cardinals

    PHOENIX – With the whirlwind of free agency and trades the past few days, most have started to forget that the NFL is coming out of a lockout. Not so fast. The Pittsburgh Steelers players rep Ryan Clark was quoted in a tweet by Ed Bouchette that he “doubts the CBA will be ratified in […]
  • Cards would like Edwards, but not at expense of Fitzgerald

    The Arizona Cardinals would like to sign free agent receiver Braylon Edwards, there’s just one problem: They still have to sign Larry Fitzgerald to a contract extension. According to Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro, the Cardinals do not want to risk losing their star receiver, and because of that are reluctant to pay Edwards the […]
  • New faces on the sidelines for Cardinals

    Another day, another new player. Vonnie Holliday, acquired in the deal that sent Tim Hightower to Washington, made his Cardinals debut Wednesday morning. Holliday was on the sideline watching practice even though he had practiced three times with the Redskins prior to the trade. A 14-year veteran, Holliday called the trade a “little bit of […]

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