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  • Super Bowl rematch? Not quite

    What’s the first thing that goes through your mind when you think of the Pittsburgh Steelers playing the Arizona Cardinals? If you’re a Cardinals fan, you’ll undoubtedly be besieged by images of Steeler receiver Santonio Holmes tip-toeing in the corner of the end zone in front of three helpless Cardinal defenders for Pittsburgh’s game-winning touchdown […]
  • Kolb: ‘We’re all seeing it more and more clearly’

    They are not the best. They are not the worst. They are average, literally. The Cardinals passing attack through the first six weeks of the season ranks 16th out of 32 teams in yards (237.2) per game. That though—at least according to quarterback Kevin Kolb, is about to change. “Our last three or four practices […]
  • Cardinals struggles on D not due to lack of blitzing

    When Ray Horton took over as defensive coordinator he promised to bring pressure on a consistent basis. While the defense as a whole has been largely ineffective, Horton himself has kept to his word. According to Mike Sando’s ESPN NFC West Blog, the Cardinals get sacks twice as frequently when sending five or more rushers, […]
  • Pittsburgh West? Many Cardinals have Steelers ties

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are a familiar team to many on the Arizona Cardinals staff. The Cardinals feature four players and seven coaches who at one point used to either play or coach for Sunday’s opponent. Here’s the list of all the former Steelers that are now employed by the Cards. The Coaches • Ken Whisenhunt […]
  • Fitz definitely on Tomlin’s radar

    Every team that is preparing to play the Arizona Cardinals devises a plan to contain Larry Fitzgerald. Few accomplish this. Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin is quite aware of No. 11 in red and white heading into Sunday’s game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. After all, it was Fitzgerald who scored two […]
  • Wells says Steelers or not, Cardinals just need a win

    Ken Whisenhunt used to coach for the Steelers, as did much of his staff. Combine that with a handful of players who also have ties to Pittsburgh and the fact that these teams met in the Super Bowl just a few years ago and it would make sense that Sunday’s game brings a little extra […]
  • Cardinals ready for physical Steelers

    It’s always an attraction when the Pittsburgh Steelers come to town. They’re the defending AFC champs. They’ve won six Super Bowls. They’ve got an incredible, towel-waving fan base in every NFL city, including Phoenix- a fact that should be quite evident when the Steelers invade Arizona Sunday afternoon. The Cardinals’ roster and coaching staff are […]
  • Todd Heap knows Steelers present great challenge

    Todd Heap knows the Pittsburgh Steelers. A Baltimore Raven for the first 10 years of his NFL career, Heap has faced the Black and Gold 16 times, tallying 54 catches for 602 yards and four touchdowns. The Cardinals’ next opponent, the tight end certainly has some insight he can share. “I’m definitely familiar with the […]
  • Ken Whisenhunt hasn’t fared well after the bye

    When a team is struggling, the bye week is generally greeted with open arms as an opportunity to get things back on track. At least, it should be? If getting things back on track means coming out of the extra week of rest with a victory, Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt hasn’t been known for […]
  • Cardinals meeting with players and coaches was about accountability

    Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley shared some insight on the Cardinals players only meeting that wasn’t in fact a players only meeting. “To me that’s the best kind of meeting you can possibly have,” Wolfley said, “where a coach opens it up to players and they just sit and listen. And the reason why is […]
  • Fitzgerald says it’s not right to blame Whisenhunt

    The Cardinals’ slow 1-4 start on the heels of last year’s 5-11 season has fans starting to question head coach Ken Whisenhunt. However, starting wideout Larry Fitzgerald believes the team’s struggles aren’t Whisenhunt’s fault. “I think coach Whisenhunt is taking to much of a bad wrap for things that have happened this season,” Fitzgerald said. […]
  • Back from bye, Cardinals turn focus to themselves

    The Arizona Cardinals are 1-4 while the San Francisco 49ers are 5-1. While media and fans alike may be paying close attention to the standings, the Cardinals say they’re not really concerned with what’s happening by the bay. “You can’t worry about that,” Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “All I can worry about is where […]
  • Dockett says talent isn’t everything

    The Arizona Cardinals returned to practice today after four days off for the bye week. Veteran defensive tackle Darnell Dockett was in a chatty mood as he stood next to his locker and assessed the team’s four game losing streak. “We gotta a lot of talent on this team but talent don’t mean nothing. When […]
  • Cardinals look to fix problems against Steelers

    The Cardinals are coming off a much needed bye week, but now must re-focus on Sunday’s opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett admits the break was nice but says football was always on his mind. “It was good today to get out there and shake four days of rest off,” Dockett said Monday. […]
  • Kolb conversation isn’t about yes and no, it’s about being fair

    Maybe we’re all too quick to judge Kevin Kolb. “When you talk about Kevin Kolb or really anybody else who has done good things at a pro level, but hasn’t had that sample size you need, the conversation…is really about being fair,” said Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. While […]
  • Joey Porter, a trade that should happen?

    Veteran linebacker Joey Porter has 14 tackles and one sack for the Arizona Cardinals this season, but with a team struggling to a 1-4 record the 34-year-old may be a better fit for a team looking to win now. The Cardinals, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Jason Cole, should entertain trading the pass rusher before Tuesday’s […]
  • The real reason for Bradley’s struggles?

    It was considered a coup back in July when the Arizona Cardinals signed free agent inside linebacker Stewart Bradley, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, to a five- year, $30 million contract. Bradley was a stalwart in the middle of the Eagles’ defense in 2008, registering a team-high 108 tackles. He missed the entire 2009 season […]
  • Warner says Kolb doesn’t seem comfortable

    Kevin Kolb has not thrown a touchdown since Week 3, and has not gone a game without tossing an interception since Week 1. He’s completing 58.7 percent of his passes and has fumbled six times. And the Cardinals are 1-4. Questions and criticism have been piling up for the Cardinals QB, as he was expected […]
  • At 1-4 Cardinals season not lost

    The Arizona Cardinals packed up after practice on Wednesday and went their separate ways for the rest of the week. NFL rules mandate that a team in their bye week must have four consecutive days off, so the Cardinals will head into the weekend with a lot of free time and even more to ponder […]
  • Wolf: Kolb must back words up with play

    Kevin Kolb is saying all the right things. He talks about taking charge, playing as a group and believing in yourself. But it only matters if he can do those things and then turn them into victories. Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show, believes that as long as there is […]

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