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  • Cardinals have 8th-most travel miles on 2020 NFL schedule

    The Arizona Cardinals will have to log quite a bit of mileage in 2020 as they have one of the highest totals on the NFL schedule.
  • UA’s Gronk, 6 Cardinals make ESPN’s Ultimate All-Conference teams

    Rob Gronkowski is the only representative from the state of Arizona's two Pac-12 schools on ESPN's Ultimate All-Conference team list.
  • Cardinals coaches not among those in NFL back at team facilities

    More than half of the 32 NFL teams will not have coaching staffs at their facilities Friday even though the league has approved such returns.
  • Doug & Wolf Power Poll: Do Cardinals have a top trio of defensive players?

    The rules this time around: The trio must include a player on the line of scrimmage, another from the second-level and a third from the secondary.
  • Cardinals’ Peterson, Hopkins included in video of players asking NFL to listen

    NFL players shared a joint message of what they wanted from the NFL in response to the death of George Floyd and protests across the world.
  • NFL will allow coaches to return to team facilities Friday

    Commissioner Roger Goodell told NFL tems that coaching staffs may return to team complexes starting Friday. Healthy players are still unable to return.
  • Kenyan Drake: Cardinals given day off for George Floyd memorial

    The Arizona Cardinals gave their players a day off Thursday, allowing them to focus on the first day of memorials for George Floyd, Kenyan Drake said.
  • Drew Brees apologizes to Saints, black community for flag remarks

    “They lacked awareness and any type of compassion or empathy," Drew Brees said of his comments that led to widespread criticism.
  • Doug & Wolf Power Poll: Where Cardinals rank in NFC offensive trios

    With the addition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Deandre Hopkins, where do the Arizona Cardinals stack up among the best offensive trios in the NFC?
  • DeAndre Hopkins wears No. 10 jersey for years his cousin spent in prison

    "My big cousin from South Carolina did 10 years in jail for $600 worth of drugs," Arizona Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins wrote on Twitter.
  • Drew Brees under fire for comments about NFL protests during anthems

    Saints quarterback Drew Brees is drawing criticism after he said he would not agree with those disrespecting the flag by protesting during the anthem.
  • NFL needs to seize moment, extend apology to Colin Kaepernick

    The National Football League needs to own their past mistakes and extend an olive branch to former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
  • NFL asks for training camps at team facilities, Cardinals to stay in Tempe

    John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports reports the Cardinals will likely will hold training camp at their Tempe facility rather than State Farm Stadium.
  • Arizona athletes, teams take part in ‘Black Out Tuesday’ on social media

    Members of the Arizona sports community participated in posting a blank black image to social media, sometimes accompanied with statements or commentary.
  • Who are the most underpaid athletes in Valley sports?

    We looked at each of the big-4 professional sports teams in Arizona and picked which player is the most underpaid on that team.
  • Former Cardinals feel racism in how they worry for their children

    Former Arizona Caridnals Lorenzo Alexander and Max Starks joined Arizona Sports Monday to share stories on how they worry for their children.
  • UFC fighter Jon Jones, Chandler’s brother, takes away spray paint cans

    Jon Jones, a mixed martial arts fighter and the brother of Cardinals LB Chandler Jones, was seen taking spray paint cans away from protestors.
  • Cardinals sign former Texas Tech WR Dylan Cantrell, list him as TE

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed former Texas Tech wide receiver Dylan Cantrell, who played for Kliff Kingsbury. He is listed as a tight end.
  • Punter Marquette King brings Phoenix together to clean up after protests

    A Twitter post by NFL punter Marquette King mobilized a group of Phoenix-area residents to clean up after a night of peaceful protests turned destructive.
  • Former Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins makes PFF’s 2019 All-Clutch Team

    DeAndre Hopkins' production in that subset of "clutch" situations made up a huge chunk of his overall statistics last season for the Houston Texans.

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