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  • Defense may be Cardinals’ biggest question mark

    The Arizona Cardinals are making a lot of changes, with the most prominent being the one at quarterback. And yes, while it is tough to integrate a new signal caller — especially over the course of a truncated offseason — the most difficult transformation the team faces may be on the defensive side of the […]
  • Ken Whisenhunt realistic about his expectations against Chargers

    Ken Whisenhunt has been realistic about his expectations for the Arizona Cardinals through the first two preseason games. So much so that he really just wanted to see his club run their systems without issue. Even with the expectations so low, the team has yet to live up to them. “My expectations were that we […]
  • Cardinals would do well adding Packers’ Ryan Grant

    While the Cardinals are scrambling to find a running back in the wake of rookie Ryan Williams’ season ending knee injury, the Packers are facing the problem of having too many options on the roster. The odd man out may be veteran Ryan Grant, and Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro talked about the possibility of […]
  • Cardinals coach Whisenhunt excited for home game

    For some there is nothing sweeter than playing in front of a home crowd. The Cardinals will get that chance Saturday night in their home preseason debut against the San Diego Chargers. One person who is happy to be back at home is head coach Ken Whisenhunt. “I’m excited to get back to University of […]
  • Cardinals add Brodie Croyle to QB mix

    Down some quarterbacks, the Arizona Cardinals picked up free agent Brodie Croyle Wednesday. The question is, why? The 28-year-old Croyle was drafted in the 3rd round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs, and has thrown for just 1,669 passing yards and eight touchdowns during his career. Croyle spent the last two […]
  • Kevin Kolb eager to work 2-minute drill

    Kevin Kolb is looking forward to playing deep into the game this Saturday night. Kolb and the rest of the starters will probably see action into the third quarter, and the quaterback plans on using this extended playing time to his advantage. “I need to run through the 2 minute drill at least one time […]
  • Kevin Kolb, Cardinals working through ‘hiccups’

    Everyone knew it would take time. Kevin Kolb has been with the Cardinals for less than a month, and with the season opener nearly two weeks away the offense is under the gun, so to speak, to get ready as quickly as possible. And, while mistakes have been made, Kolb says the important thing is […]
  • Arizona Cardinals waive Max Hall, sign Brodie Croyle

    From undrafted rookie to starting quarterbackto the unemployment line (well, almost), thus is the tale of Max Hall. The injured 6-foot-1 BYU product was waived by the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday to make way for former Kansas City Chiefs signal caller Brodie Croyle. Being waived doesn’t necessarily mean that Hall is done with the club. […]
  • Even without Ryan Williams Cardinals rookies expected to have impact

    The Arizona Cardinals may have lost running back Ryan Williams for the year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t rookies on the roster who fans should be excited about this season. In fact, Ken Whisnhunt is pretty enthusiastic about the team’s entire draft class and what he’s seen from them. “I’ve been very pleased with […]
  • Cardinals coach learned to keep three quarterbacks on the roster

    Ken Whisenhunt was a first-year head coach in 2007, and one of his earliest decisions was to keep just two quarterbacks on the roster during the regular season. Matt Leinart was the starter with Kurt Warner backing him up, and all seemed well as the Cardinals got off to a 3-2 start. It was in […]
  • Cardinals to bring another QB into the fold

    It’s that time in training camp where injuries start to catch up to a team, and the Arizona Cardinals are no exception. The latest position of need is quarterback, where both John Skelton and Max Hall are nursing injuries. And, since the Cardinals don’t want to force Kevin Kolb and Richard Bartel to wear out […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald developing chemistry with Kevin Kolb

    Larry Fitzgerald and Kurt Warner did not become “Larry and Kurt” until the veteran QB’s third year with Cardinals. Both had been successful before the 2007 season, but it wasn’t until Warner became the full-time starter that the duo really took off, as Fitz scored all 10 of his touchdowns that season — and many […]
  • Replace Ryan Williams? Maybe one of these guys

    The Arizona Cardinals will be looking to replace the injured Ryan Williams over the next couple of weeks, with head coach Ken Whisenhunt saying the team won’t rush into a decision. So, chances are they will wait for a veteran to become available once teams begin trimming their rosters. Will the Cardinals be a landing […]
  • Cardinals begin process of replacing Ryan Williams

    Cardinals running back Ryan Williams is scheduled to have surgery some time this week, meaning the search for a replacement is in full swing. “We will continue to look for opportunities at that position,” Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt told reporters in Flagstaff Monday. “I don’t see a sense of panic at this particular time; […]
  • Whisenhunt pleased with offseason and direction

    Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is happy with what team president Michael Bidwill has accomplished this off-season. “What Michael did as far as setting the tone for us this off-season goes a long way,” Whisenhunt told reporters in Flagstaff Monday. “He said he was going to be aggressive this off-season and there is no question […]
  • Cardinals won’t bring in Tiki Barber to replace Ryan Williams

    The Arizona Cardinals are down a running back, but they will not be turning to the “Today Show” for Ryan Williams’ replacement. According to Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, the former Giant-turned-broadcaster-turned-NFL free agent agent’s said the Cardinals are looking a different direction. I just don’t get why a team desperate for an experienced back wouldn’t […]
  • Rod Graves: ‘It is very difficult to put a value on what Larry Fitzgerald means to our organization’

    The going rate for a Larry Fitzgerald appears to be eight years and $120 million, with $50 of it being guaranteed. Some will argue that’s too much money for a wide receiver. Cardinals GM Rod Graves says you can’t really put a price tag on a player like Fitz. “Obviously there’s going to be various […]
  • Ryan Williams is a real loss for the Cardinals

    When Ryan Williams went down with an injury Friday night in Green Bay, the excitement over what he could give the team this year went with him. Williams suffered a ruptured patellar tendon, an injury that ended his season before it really began. “All of us that have been around training camp have gotten to […]
  • Whisenhunt says signing Fitzgerald sends message to Cardinals

    Nobody will ever doubt Larry Fitzgerald’s importance to the Arizona Cardinals. The team’s best player, No. 11’s presence makes life easier for everyone, from the QB to fellow receivers. Keeping him around for the next eight years, though, has more than just on-field ramifications. “I just think it sends a message to our team about […]
  • LeBron James, meet your opposite: Larry Fitzgerald

    Unless you live under a rock — or just don’t visit ArizonaSports.com enough — you have probably heard about Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald signing a new contract with the team that will not only lock him up for years to come, but also make him the highest-paid receiver in the NFL. If you […]

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