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  • Skelton and Kolb battle on the field, are friends off it

    John Skelton knows his competition with Kevin Kolb leads to an interesting dynamic. Sure, he wants the starting QB job, but part of his audition for the role involves trying to help Kolb, too. Where else does a job applicant do his best to help his competition? “You might be training your replacement in another […]
  • First week of OTAs proved useful for Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals wrapped up their first week of OTAs Thursday, completing what head coach Ken Whisenhunt said was a good few days. The quarterbacks looked improved, the rookies looked talented and the veterans, even, were happy to be back on the field. After all, they didn’t have this opportunity last year. “I think people […]
  • Cards Ryan Williams cleared for limited activity

    Another running back joined Cardinals practice Wednesday. Ryan Williams, recovering from right knee surgery, was given the green light for limited activity. He spent a portion of the second day of OTAs in both team (receiving handoffs) and individual drills (working on footwork) before retreating back to the sideline to work with the training staff. […]
  • Floyd and Fitzgerald are already in sync for Cardinals

    Larry Fitzgerald said he could not deny nor confirm allegations that rookie wideout Michael Floyd is staying with him these days. “He’s taken care of, from what I hear,” was all the Pro Bowler would say about how he may be helping Floyd off the field, but things are certainly different on it. Floyd, you […]
  • Cardinals RB Wells ‘confident’ after offseason knee surgery

    Statistically, Beanie Wells had his best season last year as an Arizona Cardinal. He rushed for over a thousand yards (1,047) for the first time in his three- year NFL career, while his 10 touchdowns were one more than he scored in his first two seasons combined. And to think he did all that feeling […]
  • All eyes on quarterbacks as Cardinals begin OTAs

    You can expect to hear a lot about the battle between Kevin Kolb and John Skelton over the next few months. Both quarterbacks have started for the Cardinals. Both quarterbacks have won games for the Cardinals. Both quarterbacks have potential. Neither quarterback is a proven commodity. Day 1 of OTAs is certainly no time to […]
  • Bad refs are a natural part of Arizona sports

    Phoenix teams and their fans are no strangers to poor officiating. Many a time has a game, series or season turned on some questionable calls, which consistently seem to go against Arizona’s teams. Are we complaining too much when, in reality, our teams are just not better? Perhaps. But that doesn’t change the frustration of […]
  • Cardinals training camp start date announced

    The full Arizona Cardinals training camp schedule has not yet been released, but there is now a reported start date for camp. According
  • Coach Whiz says there’s no early leader in Cardinals QB race

    As it pertains to the Cardinals QB competition, only one thing is certain: Neither Richard Bartel nor Ryan Lindley will open the season under center. Unless, of course, disaster strikes, in which case the team may as well fold up shop because they aren’t winning much this year anyway. Assuming disaster does not strike, one […]
  • Cardinals sign 7th-round pick Nate Potter

    The Arizona Cardinals inked another member of their 2012 NFL Draft class Thursday, coming to terms with 7th-round pick Nate Potter. Potter, an offensive tackle from Boise State, started 34 straight games at left tackle for the Broncos, earning first-team All America and unanimous All-Mountain West Conference first-team honors. For his career, Potter played in […]
  • Four Cardinals listed among top 100 in the NFL

    The Arizona Cardinals have four of the NFL’s best 100 players. At least, according to CBSSports.com’s Pete Prisco, they do. In a piece titled Top 100 NFL players: No influence here, other than scouts, film, Prisco ranks Larry Fitzgerald ninth, Calais Campbell 58th, Adrian Wilson 70th and Darnell Dockett 92nd. Here’s what he has to […]
  • Cardinals rookie Fleming looks forward to facing Fitzgerald

    Cardinals rookie Jamell Fleming did not expect to be there in the third round for the Arizona Cardinals. Figuring he’d be a late second rounder, the corner from Oklahoma didn’t think he’d end up in the Valley — until, of course, he did. “They called me early on in the round, like right when the […]
  • Cardinals owner ranked 24th in NFL

    Bill Bidwill has a reputation as one of the NFL’s worst owners, with much of it deserved because his teams have perennially been at or near the bottom of the standings. Things have changed around the organization ever since Michael Bidwill took over, with impressive results to show for it. However, that wasn’t enough for […]
  • Cardinals sign DE Landon Cohen

    The Arizona Cardinals signed free agent defensive end Landon Cohen to a contract, the club announced Wednesday. Cohen, a four-year pro from Ohio University, spent the 2011 season with the New England Patriots, playing in one game. The 6-foot-3, 300-pound Cohen was originally a 7th round draft pick of the Detroit Lions in 2008. In […]
  • Cardinals rookie Massie can’t wait to face team’s stars

    Bobby Massie does not know why he slipped to the fourth round in the 2012 NFL Draft. Graded by many to be a second-round talent, that he fell to the Cardinals at 112 is something that will motivate him going forward, as he looks to prove to everyone that he should have been taken sooner. […]
  • Cardinals agree to terms with four draft choices

    The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms with four of their seven 2012 draft choices, the team announced Tuesday. Well, the team announced three of the four, as fourth- round pick Bobby Massie broke the news on via his personal Twitter account. At any rate, the signings of Massie, fifth-round pick Senio Kelemete, and sixth-round […]
  • Former Sun Devils continue football careers close to home

    Their trip to the Cardinals complex isn’t a long one — just 10 miles from where they played their college ball. Their goal to stay, however, may require a much longer journey. Former Arizona State Sun Devils Colin Parker and Eddie Elder are now NFL players. Parker, a graduate of Chandler Hamilton High School, signed […]
  • Cardinals agree to terms with fourth-round pick Bobby Massie

    The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms with fourth- round pick Bobby Massie, making him the first of their 2012 Draft class to sign. The news was broken by Massie himself. Just signed my contract I am officially a Arizona Cardinal — Bobby massie (@MrBig434) May 15, 2012 Massie was a three-year starter at Mississippi, […]
  • Cardinals sign four, including former ASU defensive back

    The Arizona Cardinals just completed their rookies-only minicamp, and apparently liked what they saw out of some of the players who were invited on a tryout basis. The team announced Monday it had signed safety Eddie Elder, running back Javarris James, cornerback Larry Parker and kicker/punter Ricky Schmitt. Elder should be familiar to Valley fans, […]
  • Cardinals rookies are getting all the reps

    Tempe, Arizona — The Arizona Cardinals continued the rookie-only minicamp Saturday, giving first-year players a chance to make an impression on the coaching staff without any veterans around. That in itself makes for an interesting weekend, Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said, though it has its benefits, too. “It’s certainly, from the standpoint of intimidation factor […]

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