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  • Cardinals’ Whisenhunt relishes time with rookies

    Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt thoroughly enjoys the teaching element of the game of football. So, when the veteran coach held his first practice of the season Friday — with rookies only — the feeling on the field was special. “It was interesting,” Whisenhunt told members of the media following practice. “It was in […]
  • Cards’ Floyd encouraged after first minicamp workout

    The Arizona Cardinals got their initial look at highly-touted first-round draft pick Michael Floyd at the inaugural rookie minicamp Friday. The Cardinals drafted the Notre Dame wideout 13th overall at April’s NFL draft and his selection garnered praise from franchise receiver Larry Fitzgerald, among other members of the team. This is the first rookies only […]
  • Cardinals agree to contract with Calais Campbell

    The Arizona Cardinals went into the offseason looking to sign defensive end Calais Campbell to a long-term deal. Mission accomplished. The team announced late Thursday that they and Campbell have agreed to a five-year deal that will keep the emerging star in the Valley through 2016. Campbell, 25, is coming off a career year in […]
  • Patrick Peterson pegged as ‘breakout star’ in 2012

    Patrick Peterson may have been a Pro Bowler as a rookie in 2011, but that has not stopped a prominent NFL writer to pick him as a breakout candidate for 2012. In fact, if’s Pete Prisco is right, Peterson, who is an impact player in the return game, will become the cover corner the […]
  • Feely, Cardinals take bus trip to Coyotes game

    Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely is offering his support to the Phoenix Coyotes, along with a large contingent of the Birdgang. Feely tweeted a picture of the Cardinals group before embarking on a bus trip to Glendale for the Coyotes series-clinching win against Nashville. Getting ready to leave for the Coyotes game. Cardinals supporting Yotes!!! […]
  • ESPN analyst: Ryan Lindley will be an NFL starter in four years

    As the saying goes, the backup quarterback is the most popular player in the NFL. If true, what does that say about the backup’s backup? Ryan Lindley, whom the Cardinals selected in the sixth round of the 2012 NFL Draft, is seeing his stock rise without having thrown an NFL pass. Sports Illustrated’s Peter King […]
  • Bobby Massie is ‘the prototypical right tackle’

    The Arizona Cardinals would be hard pressed to be anymore excited about their fourth round pick in this year’s draft. Bobby Massie, who they selected out of Mississippi, was projected to go as high as the second round. That he fell to the Cardinals in the fourth is a gift the team was happy to […]
  • Cardinals make changes in personnel department

    The Arizona Cardinals announced a pair of moves pertaining to their front office Wednesday, promoting Steve Keim to Vice President of Player Personnel and adding Jason Licht as Director of Player Personnel. Keim, who is entering his 14th season with the team, was promoted to Director of Player Personnel in 2008 after previously working as […]
  • Warner remembers Seau

    Wednesday was a sad day for all in the National Football League as news spread that 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker Junior Seau passed away at the age of 43, the victim of an apparent suicide. Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner joined Arizona Sports 620’s Burns & Gambo Wednesday, and remembered his fellow All-Pro. “He was […]
  • Warner didn’t feel like target of cheap shot

    The football world shook Wednesday morning following the announcement of the suspensions to four players in the wake of the New Orleans’ Saints pay-for-performance/bounty program. The NFL’s official release made public Wednesday made reference to a $10,000 bounty put on Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner during their 2010 NFC Divisional Playoff game, won by the […]
  • SI’s King: Lindley could start at QB this season

    The Arizona Cardinals, by most accounts, had a solid 2012 NFL Draft. The Cards gave their offense a new weapon by drafting Notre Dame star receiver Michael Floyd in the first round, addressed needs by drafting three offensive lineman and also invested in their defensive secondary by using picks on cornerback Jamell Fleming and safety […]
  • Whisenhunt on developing young QB Ryan Lindley

    The Arizona Cardinals stayed true to their draft board this week, and watched it pay dividends with the players afforded to them. One draft pick that was a bit of head scratcher was the selection of San Diego State quarterback Ryan Lindley 185th overall. While Lindley boasts a strong frame and was a consistent presence […]
  • Whisenhunt: Cardinals trusted draft board, saw it pay off

    Never will you hear a coach talk badly about his draft. So, it should come as no surprise that Arizona’s Ken Whisenhunt told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf he felt good about what the team accomplished over the weekend. “I think that the way the players came off the board, I felt like we […]
  • ESPN’s May: Massie is fine, Cardinals could have done more

    A lot of people were surprised to see Mississippi tackle Bobby Massie fall to the Cardinals in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. Projected by some to go as high as the second round, he was the first lineman taken by a Cardinals team that could use some help at the position. And, while […]
  • What they’re saying about the Cardinals’ draft

    Three days of selections, trades and speculation are now in the history books. Two-hundred-fifty-three players have now made the jump from college football to the NFL following the 2012 draft. The Arizona Cardinals selected a total of seven players during the weekend, and locally, are getting a lot of praise for what they accomplished. But […]
  • Cardinals had a solid draft

    It’s hard not to like what the Cardinals did in the NFL draft. Michael Floyd was a need and a necessity as the Cardinals have struggled with finding a #2 receiver ever since they decided not to pay Anquan Boldin the money he wanted and shipped him to Baltimore. Steve Breaston and Early Doucet both […]
  • Rumor: Cardinals invite Oregon QB Thomas to minicamp

    Darron Thomas’ decision to leave Oregon for the NFL after his junior season was met with surprise and skepticism, both of which were validated when the QB was not one of the 253 players taken. However, his NFL dream will have a chance to live on, possibly with the Arizona Cardinals. According to a report […]
  • Parker, Vassallo among Cardinals rookie free agents

    After adding seven players to their roster via the NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals have inked seventeen undrafted rookies to contracts. Among the seventeen are former ASU linebacker Colin Parker and Arizona linebacker Paul Vassallo. Parker led the Sun Devils defense in 2011 with 75 total tackles and earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors. The 6-foot-1, […]
  • Cardinals draft OT Nate Potter from Boise State at 221

    The Arizona Cardinals selected OT Nate Potter from Boise State with the 221st pick overall Saturday. The 6’6″ 303-pounder started all four years at Boise State. He has good athletic ability but needs to add weight to his frame. He has the potential to be a solid pass protection blocker if he adds to his […]
  • Cardinals draft QB Ryan Lindley from SD State 185th overall

    The Arizona Cardinals selected quarterback Ryan Lindley from San Diego State with the 185th pick overall Saturday. The 22-year-old signal caller was a four year starter for the Aztecs and set school records with 12,690 passing yards and 90 touchdowns. Lindley possesses incredible arm strength, completing at least 237 passes in each season as the […]

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