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  • For Beanie Wells, the only thing that’s changed is opportunity

    Beanie Wells showed promise as a rookie, rushing for 793 yards and seven touchdowns for a team that went to the playoffs. However, his second season with the Cardinals didn’t go so well, as the former Ohio State star picked up just 397 yards and two touchdowns, averaging just 3.4 yards per carry. Needless to […]
  • Whisenhunt and Kolb relationship still growing

    The anticipation that was brought with the offseason acquisition of Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb may have over shadowed the fact it will take time for the new quarterback to live up to the hype. “We’re asking him to do some things in our offense that he hasn’t done before,” coach Whisenhunt told reporters after practice […]
  • Cardinals must stay the course, continue to improve

    Another close game, another missed opportunity. This seems to be the theme for the Cardinals 2011 season, but at 1-3 and in a weak division, there is still hope that they can turn things around to salvage a season. “The bottom line is this, we’ve had a chance the last three weeks to win games […]
  • Cardinals rookie Peterson can’t be a rookie anymore

    The number five pick in the draft, Patrick Peterson was expected to come in and be a part of a secondary featuring Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie and Greg Toler, among others. The offseason saw the team part with DRC and sign veteran Richard Marshall, but Peterson was still expected to be brought along slowly, probably as a […]
  • Behind Enemy Lines: What the Vikings are saying

    After three straight tough losses the Cardinals travel to Minnesota to take on the equally struggling Vikings. The Vikings are 0-4 and the Cardinals will be looking to finally put it all together and boost their confidence. Friday, October 7, 2011 • Why is Bernard Berrian still on the Vikings’ roster? Since the start of […]
  • Cardinals still transitioning, season not over yet

    Different week, same result. The Arizona Cardinals found themselves with yet another chance to take the lead on the final drive for the third straight week, and for the third straight week the team stumbled. The Cardinals could easily be 4-0 at this point, but are instead 1-3. “The bottom line is this, we’ve had […]
  • Hungry? Let Larry Fitzgerald serve you

    If you have an appetite and an extra $500 laying around, you could be served by the likes of Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Nash and Ken Whisenhunt at Morton’s on Monday night. According to ABC15, several athletes and celebrities will be serving dinner at Morton’s in Scottsdale from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The event will […]
  • Snapshot: Cardinals fall apart in loss to Giants

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  • The fumble that wasn’t, Cardinals get tough break on call

    Kerry Rhodes called it “crazy.” Giants QB Eli Manning said “We got a break on that one, I think.” In question is a fourth quarter play where Giants receiver Victor Cruz made a catch, fell down, got back up and had the ball stripped. The Cardinals recovered the fumble, but the Giants maintained possession. The […]
  • DC Ray Horton says pride must be put aside to learn defense

    Cardinals Defensive Coordinator Ray Horton feels good about the strides his group made last week against Seattle but knows some things will have to change. “You have to add something,” he said. “You can’t do what we did last week for 16 games and be successful. You have to come after people, and we are.” […]
  • Whisenhunt ‘very optimistic’ Beanie Wells, Stephens-Howling will play

    Just when it seemed like Beanie Wells was ready to be the running back the Cardinals thought he could be he went down with a hamstring injury. This happened, of course, with LaRod Stephens-Howling already injured and with rookie Ryan Williams out for the season. Needless to say, runners have been in short supply for […]
  • Todd Heap ready to go against Giants

    After getting blindsided from a block by Seahawk Kam Chancellor, Cardinals tight end Todd Heap says he is good to go this week against the New York Giants. The hit drew an unnecessary roughness flag, but Heap is not holding on to any grudges. “I’m pretty much over it,” said Heap. “Obviously we play them […]
  • Despite 1-2 start, Larry Fitzgerald encouraged by Kevin Kolb

    The Arizona Cardinals offense may have struggled last week against a poor Seattle Seahawks team, but there is a lot of football to be played and a quarterback to develop. “[Kevin Kolb]’s only been here eight weeks and he had a huge disadvantage not having the off-season program and all the time that most quarterbacks […]
  • Beanie Wells should be good to go on Sunday

    Thursday was the first day running back Beanie Wells really “opened it up” and tested his hamstring since injuring it at the end of the game two weeks ago, and Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt is pleased with the running back’s progress. “Beanie’s better,” he said. “I expect Beanie to participate a lot more in practice […]
  • Battered and bruised Cardinals prepare for Big Blue

    Returning home, the 1-2 Arizona Cardinals have the pleasure of taking on their second NFC East foe in three weeks. Known for a physical brand of football on the right coast, the Giants like to pound the ball and beat you up. Sounds good. Offensively the Giants use a 1-2 punch at running back, with […]
  • Cardinals to wear black Sunday against Giants

    The Cardinals are back, and they’ll be in black. Arizona will wear its alternate jersey Sunday against the Giants, according to’s Darren Urban, instead of the traditional home red. The jersey, which can be worn a maximum of twice per season, debuted last year and became an instant hit. However, while they may have […]
  • Kurt Warner says it takes a year to get comfortable in an offense

    Since he played for three different teams over the course of his career, you could say Kurt Warner knows a thing or two about learning a new offense. So Cardinals fans can trust his insight on what to expect from new quarterback Kevin Kolb as the former Eagle goes through the learning process in Arizona. […]
  • Kevin Kolb, Ken Whisenhunt differ on QB’s evaluation

    Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt and quarterback Kevin Kolb both had their media briefings after practice Wednesday, but they had two different stories to tell. Kolb said the film of Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks was tough to watch. “You know you want to keep moving forward, you don’t ever want to take a step […]
  • Beanie Wells improving, Cardinals hope to have him back

    Beanie Wells sat out against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday as a precautionary move to prevent him from doing any further damage to his injured hamstring. Some people say Wells should have toughed it out and played, but the Cardinals thought they would be better off having a healthy Wells in their next matchup against the […]
  • Dockett learning, Cardinals defense is improving

    A defensive captain, Darnell Dockett undoubtedly takes it personal when the Cardinals struggle to stop opposing offenses. So, after two games saw the Cardinals give up yards aplenty, holding the Seahawks to just 13 points could be seen as a victory, except for the fact that Arizona lost the game. So while improvement may be […]

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