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  • Dockett: Now is time to improve selves, chemistry

    TEMPE, Ariz. — For Darnell Dockett, the chance to get together with his teammates for workouts is a chance to get better. “The biggest thing for us right now is to try to build some chemistry in this offseason,” Dockett said after working out at the team’s facility Monday. “Football is going to come regardless, […]
  • Levi Brown has ‘unfinished business’ in Arizona

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Levi Brown was not looking for a fresh start. The offensive lineman who was cut by the Cardinals in March – only to return shortly thereafter – said he wasn’t really looking to escape the only NFL franchise he’s ever played for. “Once the Cardinals released me, went to free agency, saw […]
  • Cardinals sign three restricted free agents

    On the same day the Arizona Cardinals officially kicked off their 2012 offseason program, the team re-signed three of its own restricted free agents. Safety Rashad Johnson, running back LaRod Stephens-Howling and cornerback Greg Toler all signed one-year qualifying offers from the team. Johnson, a three-year veteran out of Alabama, saw action in all 16 […]
  • Back at work, Kevin Kolb talks Peyton Manning

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Kevin Kolb understands why the Cardinals pursued quarterback Peyton Manning in the offseason. “Everybody knows what this league’s about,” Kolb said Monday at the team’s voluntary workout. “If you’ve been in it for a while you understand that you have to fight for your job every single day and every single year. […]
  • Deuce Lutui now a former Arizona Cardinal

    We thought guard Deuce Lutui had left the Arizona Cardinals via free agency last summer. This offseason it has happened again, as the free agent has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahaws, according to the team’s official Twitter account. After the NFL lockout came to a close in July of 2011, Lutui had agreed […]
  • Cardinals sign free agent safety James Sanders

    The Arizona Cardinals added depth to their defensive secondary Thursday by agreeing to terms on a contract with free agent safety James Sanders. Sanders was a member of the Atlanta Falcons in 2011, starting 5 games and registering 48 total tackles. The 5-foot-10, 210-pound Sanders was a fourth round draft pick in 2005 out of […]
  • Cardinals 2012 preseason schedule announced

    The 2012 Arizona Cardinals preseason schedule has been announced, with the team set to play five exhibition games this summer. The Cardinals will open their preseason slate against the New Orleans Saints in Canton, Ohio in the NFL’s Hall of Fame Game on Sunday, August 5. From there the Cardinals will head to Kansas City […]
  • Cardinals re-sign punter Dave Zastudil

    The Cardinals kicking game is set. The team announced Wednesday it has agreed to a two-year contract with Dave Zastudil, though terms of the deal were not disclosed. Zastudil had a solid debut season with the Cardinals in 2011, averaging 45.2 yards per kick on 87 punts. The 33-year-old pinned 24 punts inside the 20 […]
  • Nike unveils new Cardinals uniforms; no changes

    In Brooklyn, New York Tuesday morning, Nike unveiled their newly designed Elite 51 uniforms for the National Football League. Given Nike’s reputation for outlandishly outfitting several college teams, many fans thought that spelled sweeping aesthetic changes for the much more buttoned-down look of NFL franchises. But, no major changes occurred (except for the Seattle Seahawks…eesh), […]
  • ESPN Insider: Cardinals struggling in free agency

    The Arizona Cardinals went into the offseason with some holes to fill. A month into the process, not much has changed. While the Cardinals did a good job of retaining their own guys, save Richard Marshall who left for Miami, there are some who doubt adding William Gay and Adam Snyder to a group that […]
  • Cardinals to take a look at AZ college players

    The Arizona Cardinals are considering drafting local collegiate talent in the upcoming NFL Draft. According to ProFootballTalk, several players have scheduled either private workouts and/or visits to the Cardinals facility leading up to the draft. Two of them are local products: ASU cornerback Omar Bolden and Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner. Bolden, who missed the […]
  • Official NFL Draft order released; Cards with 7 picks

    The National Football League released the official order for the 2012 NFL Draft, including compensatory picks, Tuesday morning. The Arizona Cardinals will have seven selections: a first- round pick (13th overall), a third-round pick (80th), a fourth-round pick (112th) a fifth-round pick (151st), two sixth-round picks (177th, 185th) and a seventh-round selection (221st). Arizona will […]
  • Cardinals bring back Walker, Leach

    The Arizona Cardinals continued to re-sign more of their own free agents, according to Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com. Cards bring back long snapper Mike Leach (3-year contract) and LB/special teamer Reggie Walker (2-year contract). — Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) March 26, 2012 Leach, 35, is a 12-year league veteran who has held down the long-snapping job […]
  • Steelers corner tweets he’s joining Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals got the corner they were looking for. William Gay, who visited the Cardinals last week, announced Sunday that the two sides have agreed to a cntract on his twitter page. I’m going to miss the final four to support my girl @natashahastings at #TexasR elays …. O yeah by the way I’m […]
  • Cardinals, Jay Feely agree to two-year contract

    The Cardinals won’t be looking for a new kicker anytime soon. The team announced Friday it has agreed to a two-year contract with Jay Feely, who spent the last two seasons in Arizona. The 35-year-old is coming off a season that was a little disappointing, as he connected on just 79.2 percent of his field […]
  • Cardinals 21st in ESPN’s pre-draft Power Rankings

    It’s never too soon for power rankings, unless it’s too soon for power rankings. ESPN released its “pre-draft Power rankings,” with the Cardinals listed as the 2nd-best NFC West team, but 21st-best in the NFL. Why so low? Well, ESPN NFC West blogger Mike Sando’s Cardinals note in the rankings could give a clue. Cardinals […]
  • Cardinals RB Ryan Williams working his way back

    Ryan Williams became largely a forgotten man last season, even after putting together an excellent training camp. A surprising choice in the second round of the NFL Draft, Williams saw his 2011 campaign come to an end in the team’s second preseason game, as he ruptured the patellar tendon in his right knee, an injury […]
  • Cardinals smart to bring Levi Brown back

    *I can’t believe I’m about to write this* Levi Brown gets a bad rap. Taken by the Cardinals with the fifth pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, the offensive lineman has at best adequate, and at worst…well…Levi Brown. Sure, he has not missed a game since his rookie season, starting all 16 (plus playoffs) every […]
  • Report: Jay Feely looking to return to Cardinals

    The Cardinals want Jay Feely back, and the kicker wants to return to Arizona. So, what’s the problem? Nothing, really. According to Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com, negotiations between the two sides are underway. Free-agent K Jay Feely said he’s received interest from several teams but is currently renegotiating 2 sign with the #Cardinal s @SiriusXMNFL […]
  • Cardinals re-sign OL D’Anthony Batiste

    The Arizona Cardinals, according to numerous reports, have re-signed free agent offensive lineman D’Anthony Batiste. Batiste is a 6-year pro out of Louisiana-Lafayette who signed as a free agent with the Cardinals in November 2010. The 6-foot-4, 314-pound Batiste was active for four games in 2011, and got in the field in one, playing 44 […]

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