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  • Former Cardinals DB Aeneas Williams is Hall of Fame finalist

    Former Arizona Cardinals DB Aeneas Williams is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Williams played 10 seasons in Arizona, without missing a game, from 1991-2000 before finishing his career in St. Louis in 2004. He appeared in eight Pro Bowls, including six consecutive games between ’94 and ’99. At various times with […]
  • Cardinals QB spot will open season

    The Arizona Cardinals quarterback situation in the upcoming offseason will be similar to the story witnessed in 2011. “We’ve got a lot of things to go through in looking at our season,” head coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “I think that one thing has been consistent: We’re always going to play the best player, the player […]
  • Calais Campbell is a top priority for Cards

    Calais Campbell is coming off a season with the Arizona Cardinals setting a personal, single-season high of 72 tackles, leading the team with eight sacks, and finishing fourth on the team for unassisted tackles with 53. The organization would like to see the free-agent-to-be continue his growth continue, still in a Cardinals uniform. “He’s had […]
  • Levi Brown’s future is up in air

    Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Levi Brown may have played well over the second half of the 2011 season, but inconsistency in the first four-and-a-half years of his career have left many disappointed with his play. Brown is due a pay increase from his recent $5 million to $8.3 million, but the team will likely release […]
  • Peterson a finalist for Rookie of the Year

    Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals was named as one of the five finalists for 2011 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year Friday. Peterson, drafted fifth overall out of LSU, tied an NFL record by returning four punts for touchdowns, including an electrifying 99-yarder in overtime to clinch a Week 9 win against the St. […]
  • Cardinals’ Horton to interview with Rams

    Over the years of Ken Whisenhunt’s tenure as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, there has been a lot of turnover with his coordinators. This year, Ray Horton became Whisenhunt’s third defensive coordinator in his five years at the helm. And there’s at least a possibility that Whisenhunt will need to search for another d-coordinator […]
  • Whisenhunt: Wells sat Sunday in preparation for future

    Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was able to battle through a right-knee injury and gain 1,047 yards this season, but Coach Ken Whisenhunt decided to sit him out the last game of the season on Sunday. However, the coach said Wells got a lot out of his 2011 season. “It’s a good tribute to […]
  • Division ‘honors’ for five Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals aren’t headed to the playoffs despite going 7-2 over their last nine games, but today, five players received “honors” from NFC West blogger Mike Sando of ESPN. For the fourth straight year, Sando named his All-NFC West Offensive team, and for the fourth straight year wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was on it. […]
  • Were the Cardinals guilty of ‘extra stuff’?

    Many thought the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks would just play nice in their season finale last Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium. After all, both teams had been eliminated from playoff contention and were playing mostly for pride…and second place in the NFC West, for whatever that’s worth. But credit goes to both teams, […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald one of 2011’s top offensive players

    If you’re anything like us, chances are you never get tired of hearing about Larry Fitzgerald’s greatness. Easily the Cardinals’ best player, the Pro Bowler just finished up an 80 catch, 1,411 yard and eight touchdown season, and his impact truly goes beyond just the stats. According to the popular and informative, Fitz was […]
  • Levi Brown steps up over second half of season

    Levi Brown has been a proverbial punching bag for fans since being drafted No. 5 overall in the 2007 NFL Draft. Ken Whisenhunt’s first pick as a head coach, Brown has been mediocre — at best — as both a right and left tackle. The 27-year-old has been a mainstay on the line for the […]
  • Beanie Wells turns in career season for Cardinals

    Beanie Wells had a career year in 2011. A third-year pro, Wells rushed for 1,047 yards and 10 touchdowns – both career highs – and silenced many critics who thought he could not play through pain or, really, be an effective runner. If it was a make or break year for the former Ohio State […]
  • Another year of Cardinals football in the books

    Can you believe it? The Arizona Cardinals just finished up their 24th season of football in the Valley of the Sun. It wasn’t the best year in Cardinals’ history and it certainly wasn’t the worst, either. After a dismal 1-6 start, the Cardinals rallied to go 7-2 over their last nine games, the 2nd-best record […]
  • Cardinals will have a battle for starting QB job

    For Kevin Kolb, the 2011 season will be one to pretty much throw away. Traded to Arizona shortly before the games began, the QB had little time to learn the playbook before being asked to lead the team, and when the games started he battled ineffectiveness along with injuries. He played in just nine games […]
  • Patrick Peterson just misses punt return history

    GLENDALE — There was some doubt whether rookie punt returning sensation Patrick Peterson would even be able to play for the Arizona Cardinals in their season finale against Seattle on Sunday. Peterson suffered a strained Achilles tendon last week in a loss to Cincinnati and was slowed for much of the week in practice. Not […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald carries Cardinals to win in season finale

    Larry Fitzgerald reached out with his right arm, grabbed the football and fell to the ground. The reception, which was good for 12 yards, was Fitzgerald’s last of the season, his ninth of the day and, arguably, one of the coolest catches you’ll ever see. Not that his second one-handed grab of the day impressed […]
  • Ho-hum…Cards win in OT again

    GLENDALE — The fans at University of Phoenix Stadium have been treated to a lot of free football this season, and Sunday was no exception. For the fourth time in eight regular season home games, the Cardinals went to overtime. And for the fourth time, Arizona came away with a win, beating the Seattle Seahawks […]
  • Top 25 AZ Sports Stories of 2011: #2 Cardinals get Kevin Kolb

    The staff of has compiled their list of the top 25 Arizona sports stories of the year 2011. We’ll be unveiling them over the next couple of weeks all leading up to the top story of 2011. It was the worst-kept secret in the National Football League. The Arizona Cardinals were looking for a […]
  • Cardinals’ Ray Horton assesses defense

    It’s no secret that the Arizona Cardinals’ defense got off to a rocky start in 2011 — struggling to adapt to the complicated new scheme implemented by first-year defensive coordinator Ray Horton. Whether you point to the effects of the lockout or the Cardinals’ reliance on youth at many key defensive positions, it’s no wonder […]
  • Top AZ Sports Stories of 2011: #3 The NFL lockout’s effect on the Cardinals

    The staff of has compiled their list of the top 25 Arizona sports stories of the year 2011. We’ll be unveiling them over the next couple of weeks, all leading up to the top story of 2011. When the 2011-2012 NFL season is over, one defining moment from the year will ring true for […]

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