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  • McShay: Cardinals could trade down for tackle

    The 2012 NFL Draft is upon us, and as of now, the Arizona Cardinals are the owners of the 13th overall pick in the first round. But that could change, according to Todd McShay, NFL Draft guru from ESPN and Scouts, Inc. Thursday morning on Mike & Mike on ESPN Radio, McShay says the Cardinals […]
  • Doug & Wolf’s Mock Draft recap

    The Doug & Wolf 2012 NFL Mock Draft finished just how it started, with a Stanford Cardinal being selected. Quarterback Andrew Luck went first overall to the Indianapolis Colts and tight end Coby Fleener was picked by the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants with the 32nd and final selection. After Luck, the mock draft […]
  • Osweiler lands with Broncos in Doug and Wolf’s Mock Draft

    In what may have been the shock of the first round of Doug & Wolf’s Mock Draft, the Denver Broncos (represented by Rosie Hasseltine) selected Brock Osweiler in the first round. Osweiler spent much of the offseason rising up draft boards, but the Arizona State product going No. 25 overall will still be seen as […]
  • What did the top five in Doug & Wolf’s Mock Draft look like?

    The following story is related to Doug & Wolf’s Mock Draft, presented by Bud Light. The draft took place Wednesday at Talking Stick Resort as a precursor to Thursday’s actual 2012 NFL Draft. There were no surprises at the top of the Doug & Wolf’s Mock Draft as the Indianapolis Colts (represented by GM Heber […]
  • Whisenhunt: Need, talent factor into draft

    The Cardinals deviated from their usual draft plan last April when making their second-round selection. Sure, the Cardinals like to take the “best player available,” but need does generally factor into the decision. But, if there is one position the Cardinals didn’t really need help at — especially early in the draft — it was […]
  • Arizona Sports Face-Off: Arizona Cardinals draft style

    As Arizona Cardinals fans, we love the draft. Traditionally the team’s best chance to improve, the Cardinals have had their fair share of ups and downs over the years, with surprises that were both good and bad. Who was their best pick? How about their best late-round selection? What about the worst? We tackle all […]
  • ESPN’s Mark May compares Michael Floyd to Larry Fitzgerald

    Michael Floyd would be an exciting pick for the Arizona Cardinals. A receiver out of Notre Dame, he would line up opposite Larry Fitzgerald and give the Cardinals a dynamic duo opposing teams would struggle to contain. “He’s just like Larry Fitzgerald, has that same type of mentality,” ESPN NCAA insider Mark May told Arizona […]
  • Cardinals say they won’t draft for need, but may do so anyway

    The Arizona Cardinals are saying all the right things. With the NFL Draft just a few days away, both Rod Graves and Ken Whisenhunt have openly talked about the strategy of drafting based on ability, not need. “What we don’t want to do is draft a lineman just to draft a lineman because that’s what […]
  • Rumor: Larry Fitzgerald wants Cardinals to take Michael Floyd

    Last offseason it was reported that Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald wanted the team to trade for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb. The Cardinals ended up trading for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb. This offseason, according to Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, Fitz has his sights set on another player who would help the team’s offense. Speaking of the […]
  • Cardinals GM Rod Graves won’t ‘fall in love’ with any draft prospect

    Cardinals general manager Rod Graves knows better than to “fall in love” with a player just before the NFL Draft. “I stay away from falling in love with one player,” Graves told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Thursday. “I think the process, as you very well know, if I have fallen in love with […]
  • Needs on O-line won’t dictate Cardinals’ draft

    Just because the Arizona Cardinals may need an offensive lineman does not mean they will draft one with their first round pick next Thursday. No, instead the Cardinals, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, will look for the best player — period. “What we don’t want to do is draft a lineman just to draft […]
  • Cardinals QB Kolb ready to move on and lead Cardinals

    Having gone through a season filled with an injuries and an offseason that nearly saw him lose his job, it would be understandable if Kevin Kolb’s outlook going forward was not particularly positive. But, as he told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Wednesday, all is not lost. “I’m just glad I’m the starting quarterback […]
  • Report: Cardinals visit with Notre Dame WR Floyd

    The NFL Draft is about a week away, and the Arizona Cardinals may be narrowing down their list of potential picks. And, according to NFL reporter Aaron Wilson, Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd may be on their short list. Source: Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd visited Cardinals, Dolphins this week to wrap up busy schedule: […]
  • Whisenhunt on the Cardinals’ 2012 schedule

    The Arizona Cardinals, who got off to a notoriously slow 1-6 start last season, have home field advantage in the early portion of the 2012 campaign. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt marveled at the prospect of hitting the ground running and reversing his team’s fortunes this year. “The first thing that stood out to me was […]
  • Rhodes, Cardinals’ defense aims to ‘hit the ground running’

    At this time last year, most of the NFL players were still on vacation instead of attending voluntary workouts like they are now. The 2011 lockout hindered the training and preparation for the upcoming season, but the players are now more eager to get in a complete offseason workout with their teams. “I think it’s […]
  • Arizona Cardinals 2012 schedule released

    Start making your tailgating plans. The 2012 NFL schedule has been released, and that means we know exactly what the Arizona Cardinals docket of games looks like. The Cardinals will open their campaign Sunday, September 9 against the Seattle Seahawks. This game marks only the fifth time since the team relocated to the Valley in […]
  • Skelton feels like he has chance to start for Cardinals

    John Skelton played in eight games last season, including seven starts. Skelton completed 54.9 percent of his passes, tossing 11 touchdowns to go along with 14 interceptions. He also led the Cardinals to six of their eight victories, and played well enough that head coach Ken Whisenhunt said following the season that there would be […]
  • Cardinals’ Peterson poised for sophomore campaign

    Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson mounted an impressive rookie campaign for the Arizona Cardinals in 2011. He was also explosive in the role of kick return specialist, after tying the single season record for punt return touchdowns with four. As Peterson prepares for his sophomore season with the Cardinals, a noticeable maturity abounds from the […]
  • Concussion symptoms plagued Kolb into offseason

    No matter how you slice it, 2011 was a tough year for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb. Sure, he got a chance to be a starter and received a healthy new contract upon being acquired via trade by the Cardinals, but things on the field didn’t go exactly according to plan. Kolb, who had missed […]
  • Cardinals preseason schedule announced in full

    We already knew who the Cardinals would play in the preseason, and now we know when they’ll play them. The team’s schedule is below. Sun., Aug. 5 New Orleans Saints (NFLN) Fawcett Stadium (Hall of Fame Game) 5:00 PM Fri., Aug. 10 at Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 5:00 PM Fri., Aug. 17 OAKLAND RAIDERS […]

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