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  • Cross another QB off Cardinals list

    Since the Arizona Cardinals’ season came to an end in early January many quarterbacks’ names have been thrown around as possibilities to start under center next season. A few seem to be realistic options, others quite unlikely. Does anyone really know or have an answer? Not really. Maybe Ken Whisenhunt and I’m not even so […]
  • Newton’s meetings before draft don’t include Cardinals

    On Thursday evening we learned quarterback Cam Newton’s travel plans for the next couple of weeks. In those plans nine NFL teams are scheduled to either bring him to their place or head to Auburn University for a visit with the Heisman Trophy winner. The Arizona Cardinals are not one of those nine teams. What […]
  • Kiper talks draft possibilities for the Cards

    For the Arizona Cardinals there has been much talk on who to draft with the fifth overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Draft a defensive player or draft a quarterback. Option one: Draft one of the top defensive players available such as LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson or Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller to […]
  • Von Miller: It would be a blessing to go out to Arizona

    With the fifth pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select…Von Miller, linebacker, Texas A&M. “It would be a blessing to go out to Arizona and play for you guys,” Miller told Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Tuesday. Miller, projected by many to be Arizona’s choice in April, is a pass rush […]
  • Fifth overall picks: A retrospective since the 2000 NFL draft

    Looking back at the players picked fifth overall in the last 10 NFL drafts, there is a consistent pattern of solid players. The Cardinals, who hold the fifth overall pick this April, are hoping this trend continues as they search for a star to help them improve after a rough 5-11 season. Here is a […]
  • Jay Feely weighs in on labor negotiations

    The NFL and NFLPA may have a seven-day extension in place but that doesn’t mean a lockout has been avoided. There is still a lot of work to be done if both sides hope to agree on a new collective bargaining agreement. Arizona Cardinals kicker and team union representative Jay Feely said Friday that the […]
  • NFL labor disputes past and present

    When the clock strikes 11:59 p.m. eastern standard time, 9:59 p.m. Arizona time, Thursday night it might as well be the speedometer of a DeLorean that reads 88 miles-an-hour. That’s because at that moment, if no new collective bargaining agreement has been reached, the National Football League will be transported back to somewhere it hasn’t […]
  • Whisenhunt, Graves discuss Cards off-season matters

    Despite the looming uncertainty of the NFL labor situation, Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves said they are proceeding as usual with the off-season. Both joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Friday to discuss the team’s quarterback situation, evaluation of the draft, free agent prospects and expectations for next […]
  • Townsend hopes to bring more than just Steelers’ mentality to Cards

    Pittsburgh West continues to grow. After bringing in Ray Horton as defensive coordinator, the Arizona Cardinals have now added former Pittsburgh Steeler Deshea Townsend as their assistant defensive backs coach. He joins Ken Whisenhunt, Russ Grimm and Horton as former Steelers hoping to successfully implement Pittsburgh’s physical, winning mentality into a Cardinals team that lacked […]
  • Cardinals promote Mike Miller to offensive coordinator

    TEMPE, Ariz. – The Arizona Cardinals promoted Mike Miller to the role of offensive coordinator Wednesday, completing the restructuring of the team’s coaching staff. Miller, who served as the team’s passing game coordinator the last two seasons, will likely serve as the primary play caller, a role head coach Ken Whisenhunt has filled since Todd […]
  • Cardinals add Cioffi to coaching staff

    The Arizona Cardinals announced Tuesday that they’ve hired Louie Cioffi as defensive backs coach. Cioffi comes to the Cardinals after 14 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals where he spent the last eight years as an assistant defensive backs coach. He joined the Bengals staff in 1997 as the the youngest assistant coach in the NFL […]
  • Could Kurt Warner run for Senate?

    The second John Kyl announced he would not run for another term in the Senate, questions about who would replace him started to pop up. According to Politico, former Arizona Governor Fife Symington, himself considering the possibility, said former Cardinals star Kurt Warner would be a good candidate. “He’s a strong conservative and he’s extremely […]
  • Cardinals add Townsend to coaching staff

    The Arizona Cardinals continued to add to their defensive coaching staff on Thursday. They also continued their propensity to add people with connections to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The team hired Deshea Townsend as their assistant defensive backs coach. He spent 13 seasons in the NFL playing 12 of them as a member of the Steelers. […]
  • Arizona Cardinals hire Ray Horton as defensive coordinator

    The Arizona Cardinals have a new defensive coordinator who spent the 2010 season as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ coaching staff. It just isn’t either of the names that were heavily touted for the job over the last month. Steelers’ defensive backs coach Ray Horton, not Keith Butler or Dick LeBeau, was named as […]
  • Bidwill promises change for 2011 Cardinals

    PHOENIX – Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill sent a letter to the team’s season ticket holders last week, addressing an underwhelming 2010 season and continuing labor negotiations surrounding the NFL. Bidwill thanked fans for their support through the 5-11 season and promised the team would get back to evaluating how to reach the playoffs next […]
  • Can’t be in Dallas? Try Cave Creek

    CAVE CREEK, Ariz. — The best place in the Valley to watch Sunday’s Super Bowl might be Cave Creek. Four-thousand people live there, but the population could double as two competing bars show support for their favorite team. The owner of Harold’s Corral calls it Heinz Field West. “We have the best Steelers bar in […]
  • Warner: Roethlisberger not deserving of Hall of Fame spot yet

    PHOENIX – Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner said Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not have done enough to be inducted into the Hall of Fame even if he wins a third Super Bowl this Sunday. Warner was asked on Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash show if he thought Roethlisberger belonged in the […]
  • Is Marc Bulger the answer at quarterback?

    Is Marc Bulger on his way to the desert and ready to make a comeback similar to the one Kurt Warner had with the Arizona Cardinals? If you’re to believe D’Marco Farr, St. Louis Rams’ color analyst, it sure sounds like it. Farr was a guest on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show Thursday […]
  • Whisenhunt ready to watch Super Bowl as a spectator

    Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt spoke at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and discussed his thoughts on the Super Bowl, two years removed from Arizona’s appearance in the big game. Whisenhunt complimented both the Packers and Steelers, saying he thought the game could come down the final minutes. “I think you’ve got two teams that […]
  • Fitzgerald asks Warner to come back

    It’s starting to sound like Arizona Cardinals fans aren’t the only ones who really missed Kurt Warner this year. Whether it is nostalgia from being at the Super Bowl or the fact that he caught passes from five different quarterbacks this season, Larry Fitzgerald didn’t bother to hide how much he wished his former signal […]

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