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  • Lockout is over, so now what?

    Now that the lockout is over it is time for the Cardinals to get back to work. Well, not exactly. There is a timeline of when certain things can happen and, unfortunately, the Cardinals must abide by it. Still, things will get done, and it will happen quickly. According to ESPN, it goes something like […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Lyle Sendlein

    The Cardinals need to see improvement from their offensive line, and it may come by way of forced change. Through retirement and free agency, there are many players who will have to sign on the dotted line if they are to remain wearing Cardinal red. Lyle Sendlein is one such player. Re-up: Sendlein emerged from […]
  • Arizona Cardinals have a lot of money, roster space

    Football has returned and the Arizona Cardinals will need to make a lot of roster moves in a very limited amount of time. While the majority of the attention has centered around the Cardinals desire to acquire Kevin Kolb, they will need to sign a total of 49 players to fill out a 90 man […]
  • Re-up or Reject; Michael Adams

    Pretty much every team in the NFL could use more good defensive backs, and the Arizona Cardinals are no exception. So, would it make sense for the team to part ways with a guy who has been a regular contributor over the last couple seasons? That’s the question they face with Michael Adams. Re-up: To […]
  • Arizona Cardinals players react to the NFL lockout ending

    Football is back!!!! Player Reps approved!!less than a minute ago via Twittelator Favorite Retweet ReplyJay Feelyjayfeely “Hey Laaaa hey Laaaa my girlfriend’s (Football) back”less than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet ReplyLarry FitzgeraldLarryFitzgerald There’s a lot of people heading back to work this week. The US unemployment rate will drop 1% because […]
  • Cards to face competition for Kevin Kolb

    Recent reports seem to indicate that Kevin Kolb will be an Arizona Cardinal, provided nothing surprising or disastrous happens between now and the time a trade can be announced. However, should the unthinkable happen, there is another team with interest in the Eagles backup. Continue to hear the Seahawks’ interest in Kolb has not regressed. […]
  • Jay Feely tweets the return of football

    Almost all is right in the sporting world as football has returned. According to a tweet from Jay Feely, the player reps have approved the latest proposal and football will be back soon. Football is back!!!! Player Reps approved!!less than a minute ago via Twittelator Favorite Retweet ReplyJay Feelyjayfeely Now that the lockout has ended, […]
  • Rodgers-Cromartie talks about trade speculation

    When Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie’s name was first brought up in trade rumors the idea seemed silly, at most. After all, why would the Cardinals trade a 25-year-old former Pro-Bowler who was expected to play a key role in the Cards’ revamped defense? But, if the saying is “where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” then the smoke from […]
  • Darnell Dockett ready for training camp to begin

    It appears NFL training camp is right around the corner and Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett is ready to return to work. “I’ve already packed for training camp,” Dockett told the NFL Network. “I’m just waiting to hear the official word on what day to be in Flagstaff.” Dockett’s enthusiasm is certainly a welcome […]
  • Lockout over, Cardinals have plenty of work to do

    The lockout is over and now it’s time for the Cardinals to get to work. The roster is far from complete, with holes that need filling and players that need to be re-signed. Everyone knows that the quarterback position is the major concern, but what are the most pressing needs outside of that? ArizonaSports.com breaks […]
  • One quarterback the Cards WON’T be signing

    Apparently Daunte Culpepper wants a job in the NFL. According to ProFootballTalk, the veteran cites “unfinished business” as reason for wanting another shot. In fact, the site lists the Cardinals as a team that should at least consider giving Culpepper a tryout. Please. Unless, of course, the Cardinals are seeking a QB whose touchdown celebration […]
  • Arizona Cardinals expected to open training camp Wednesday

    Finally there is football again. After what seemed like the longest NFL offseason in history, football activities will resume shortly and training camps could start as early as Wednesday. According to Matt Pomeroy of the NFL Network, the Arizona Cardinals will be one of 10 teams opening camp on Wednesday. Teams starting camp Wednesday: Broncos, […]
  • Arizona Cardinals free agency wish list

    While the majority of the Cardinals offseason news has revolved around the quarterback vacancy, there are a few other holes which still need to be addressed. Although quarterback is an important position, teams that go 5-11 usually have more than one hole and the Cardinals are no different. Arizona could use help on the offensive […]
  • The NFL lockout was about money not safety

    The NFL lockout is over and as the dust settles many people still think all of this was about protecting the players. Don’t count Ron Wolfley as one of them. Wolfley would like fans to remember, in the end this was all about the money. “A lot of people are saying this was quality of […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Deuce Lutui

    The Arizona Cardinals are not known for having a dominant offensive line. The pieces have changed over the years, yet the results have been, mostly, mediocre. The longest-tenured player on the line is guard Deuce Lutui, who joined the Cardinals as a rookie during the 2006 season. After an acrimonious contract battle last year, Lutui […]
  • Kolb ‘100 percent’ to be traded, likely to Arizona

    It’s settled. Kevin Kolb will be traded, and there’s a very, very, VERY strong chance it will be to the Arizona Cardinals. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter on NFL Live, it is “100 percent [Kolb’s] traded.” At this point we all figured that to be a given. The Eagles understand Kolb will leave […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Ben Graham

    There was a time when the Cardinals’ best — or at at least, most visible — player was the punter. Fortunately things have changed. Ben Graham, though, was one of the league’s best a couple years ago, putting together a campaign worthy of the Pro-Bowl but without the selection. He took a step back last […]
  • ESPN Insider: ‘Shut up and vote’

    The NFL owners have agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, but the lockout is still in effect. While everyone is hopeful the players will recertify as a union and agree to the deal, it is not quite that simple. “It’s a messy situation,” ESPN’s NFL writer John Clayton said on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Alan Branch

    When the Cardinals traded up to nab Michigan’s Alan Branch in 2007 they did so thinking they were getting a dominant defensive lineman who, for whatever reason, fell in the draft. Four years later it is apparent why Branch fell: a lack of a motor. Incidentally enough, his play picked up just as he was […]
  • Cardinals may be sold on Kevin Kolb, but Kurt Warner is not

    It appears as though the Cardinals are close to finding their franchise QB, as a deal for Philadelphia’s Kevin Kolb seems to be imminent. However, Arizona’s last franchise QB does not seem to be as high on the 27-year-old as others. “You have a little more book on him than you would a college quarterback […]

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