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  • Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds tuning out noise

    While David Johnson lead the Arizona Cardinals for the second week in receiving yards, Chase Edmonds had his best game of the season Sunday.
  • GM Steve Keim’s desperate moves are dooming winless Cardinals

    Dan Bickley writes that general manager Steve Keim is making decisions out of desperation for his job and is causing the Cardinals' struggles in recent years.
  • Kingsbury: Cardinals’ rookies will get a chance with Swearinger’s release

    After the Arizona Cardinals released veteran safety D.J. Swearinger, the team will turn to rookie safeties Deionte Thompson and Jalen Thompson.
  • Schlereth: Cardinals’ David Johnson is not a dynamic offensive player

    NFL analyst Mark Schlereth told Bickley & Marotta on Wednesday that he does not believe Cardinals running back David Johnson is a dynamic offensive player.
  • Cardinals’ Kingsbury ready to move on from hoopla surrounding clap snaps

    The Arizona Cardinals brought back the clap snap in Sunday's loss the Baltimore Ravens and were not called for a penalty in doing so.
  • Kingsbury: Cardinals rookies Byron Murphy, Kyler Murray impressed

    The Arizona Cardinals tied the Detroit Lions on Sunday, while the first two players they picked in the 2019 NFL Draft had strong debuts.
  • Eyes on Kyler: 98.7 FM on the expectations for the Cardinals QB

    Kyler Murray begins his NFL career in a unique situation with the Arizona Cardinals. It appears most of us at 98.7 FM are buying the hype.
  • Jayden Daniels was able to settle in quickly for ASU debut

    Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels was able to get over the jitters of his first college start in the season opener for the Sun Devils.
  • Wyche: Murray key to Kingsbury succeeding as college-to-NFL coach

    NFL Network analyst Steve Wyche joined 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Bickley & Marotta on Tuesday to discuss what to expect from the 2019 Cardinals.
  • It’s personal: FOX Sports’ Davis has reason to be excited for Kyler Murray

    FOX NFL Analyst Charles Davis said that Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murrary could stack up to NFL greats like Jim Thorpe and Deion Sanders.
  • Cardinals’ ugly showing makes it hard to remember ‘it’s only preseason’

    It wasn't easy watching the Arizona Cardinals' sloppy preseason effort Thursday, but repeat after me, "it's only preseason...it's only preseason."
  • Kliff Kingsbury is in love with football: Ask him or ESPN’s Joe Tessitore

    'I haven't fallen in love with a woman that I'm willing to walk away from the game for,' Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said.
  • Cardinals prepare to begin phasing out CB Patrick Peterson

    Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson will soon begin taking a backseat even though his suspension doesn't begin until the regular season.
  • D-backs’ Robbie Ray not ready to call himself ace after Greinke trade

    After trading Zack Greinke at the deadline, Arizona Diamondbacks starter Robbie Ray said he isn't ready to proclaim himself as the new ace of the team.
  • Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury: Murray has taken an ‘immediate’ leadership role

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has taken on a leadership role with the team during training camp as they prepare for first game on Thursday.
  • Cardinals DB Byron Murphy ready for any role in rookie season

    Arizona Cardinals defensive back Byron Murphy has a lot to learn in year one and without Patrick Peterson for six games, he's prepared for any role.
  • Zach Allen supports new-school style of Cardinals practices

    Cardinals rookie defensive lineman Zach Allen joined Bickley & Marotta to discuss media speculation about the lack of physicality in training camp.
  • Cardinals’ Jalen Thompson believes he was a ‘steal’ in supplemental draft

    Arizona Cardinals safety Jalen Thompson, who was recently selected in the supplemental draft, said he was a steal and details how he heard he got drafted.
  • D.J. Humphries impressed by pace on first day of Cardinals camp

    The fifth-year Cardinals offensive tackle joined Bickley & Marotta to discuss some of his observations from the first day of Cardinals camp.
  • Kurt Warner stresses balance of tempo, patience with Cardinals’ offense

    Kurt Warner joined Bickley and Marotta to discuss the Cardinals' fast-paced offense, and how the preseason affects how much the Cardinals can show it off

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