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  • 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 […]
  • Hey Kevin Kolb, Larry Fitzgerald chooses you

    With news of Larry Fitzgerald and Kevin Kolb working out together in Arizona coming down Thursday, all the attention has turned to whether or not this means Kolb to Arizona is basically a formality. There are probably a few details that need to be worked out so that the Eagles backup can come lead the […]
  • Report: Kolb, Fitzgerald worked out in Arizona

    While Kevin Kolb looks for a house and attempts to gain familiarity with the Phoenix area, it appears he has already gained familiarity with the Cardinals star wide receiver. According to, Kolb and Larry Fitzgerald organized a private throwing session on the campus of Arizona State University earlier this month. Aware of the media […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Early Doucet

    Not every Cardinal free agent is free to just choose his next team. Some are restricted, meaning the Cardinals can match any offer they sign with another squad. Receiver Early Doucet is one such player, and he presents one of the more interesting decisions for the Cardinals to make. Re-up: Taken in the third round […]
  • Kevin Kolb looking for a house in Arizona

    As the lockout nears an end, the Kevin Kolb era in Arizona appears to be nearing a beginning. While Kolb is still a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cardinals appear to be the favorites to acquire the quarterback. NFL experts and analysts think Kolb is coming to the Valley and it appears the quarterback […]
  • Joey Porter, Gerald Hayes likely expendable for Cardinals

    As soon as the NFL lockout ends, rosters across the league will go through rapid changes. Trades will be made, players will be cut and free agents will be signed all in a very short time frame. It will be fast, confusing, chaotic and significant. While most of the Cardinals offseason talk has been focused […]
  • Tough call on Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

    The player most mentioned in relation to a Kevin Kolb trade is Arizona Cardinals cornerback Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie. The key to the decision is for coach Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves to figure out who is the real DRC (insert corny Eminem joke here). You throw 2008 out the window. A rookie cornerback is […]
  • Ray Horton thinks Cardinals defense should be one of the best in NFL

    The Arizona Cardinals finished 31st in the NFL in total defense in 2010. That, and the fact that the team hasn’t been able to hand out playbooks to their players due to the lockout, hasn’t stopped their new defensive coordinator from having lofty goals for his squad. Ray Horton thinks the Cards defense won’t just […]
  • Cards rookie Peterson hopes DRC for Kolb isn’t true

    When the Arizona Cardinals drafted Patrick Peterson fifth overall the thought was he would pair with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to form one of the best defensive secondaries in the NFL. But that was before the Kolb for DRC rumors popped up. Now it seems there is a chance Peterson will not be playing with DRC, but […]
  • DRC for Kolb? Three reasons it won’t happen

    The biggest rumor surrounding the pursuit of Kevin Kolb is that the Cardinals are prepared to part with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in order to get him. Sports 620 KTAR’s Sports Interactive, though, does not think that is a good idea. So, they gave three reasons why it doesn’t seem likely to happen. “Argument number one,” Dave […]
  • Kyle Orton: Too expensive for Broncos, right price for Cards?

    It was once thought that while the Denver Broncos were looking to trade Kyle Orton, if they couldn’t get a good deal they’d be happy to keep him around to backup Tim Tebow. Think again. According to Pro Football talk, Orton is due almost $9 million in 2011, meaning he could be just a bit […]
  • Whisenhunt hears rumors, laughs at them

    Ken Whisenhunt is not dumb. He hears all the rumors surrounding his team, especially the ones about which quarterback he’s going to get. However, as he told the Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers, he’s not sure where any of the speculation starts — especially the DRC for Kevin Kolb rumors. He did, though, say no one […]
  • Joey Porter may become a cap casuality

    The new NFL salary cap will mean that some teams will have to spend money and others will have to save money. While the Arizona Cardinals are $37.3 million under the salary cap, they may part ways with Joey Porter. According to’s John Clayton, Porter may be one of many “cap casualties” once the […]

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