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  • D-backs P Stefan Crichton looking to remain advantageous of opportunities

    D-backs pitcher Stefan Crichton is hoping to pick up where he left off following a successful run as closer at the end of last season.
  • Suns’ Jae Crowder has tightness in right foot, doubtful for Friday’s game

    Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder is dealing with a right foot issue that left him sidelined for the fourth quarter of Wednesday's loss.
  • Suns want to keep pushing Deandre Ayton after game vs. Grizzlies

    Deandre Ayton will remain a focal point. As the Suns build the Devin Booker-Chris Paul relationship, they need him to be a paint presence.
  • Year 2 of Cardinals’ Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury is a matter of perspective

    The Arizona Cardinals finished the 2020 season at 8-8 and just missed out on the playoffs, but whether that's a success or not is a matter of perspective.
  • Neuheisel: Underestimating Rams QB Wolford would be ‘very big mistake’

    Rick Neuheisel told Bickley & Marotta on Tuesday that underestimating Los Angeles Rams quarterback John Wolford "would be a very big mistake."
  • Kingsbury mum on Kyler Murray’s injury status vs. Rams, who is backup

    Kyler Murray and Jared Goff are banged up, the a critical Cardinals-Rams game could feature quarterbacks Chris Streveler and John Wolford.
  • Gameday leftovers: Cardinals praise OLB gang; DT Phillips has setback

    The Cardinals' outside linebacker group was an absolute force in the team's win over the Giants on Sunday. Jordan Phillips re-injured his hamstring.
  • Kingsbury: Cardinals K Zane Gonzalez ‘will be a topic’ in meeting with GM

    The status of Arizona Cardinals kicker Zane Gonzalez remains on unstable ground. For the first time, head coach Kliff Kingsbury was open to admitting it.
  • Gameday leftovers: Do the Cardinals need Kyler Murray’s rushes?

    Kliff Kingsbury said there should not be a correlation between the Cardinals' offensive success and the volume of the QB's aggressiveness on the ground.
  • Nine questions after the Cardinals’ frustrating loss to the Patriots

    Vince Marotta has got a lot to ask after one of the Arizona Cardinals' worst losses of the season, a defeat at the hands of the Patriots.
  • Karpman: ASU worried coronavirus could cancel multiple games

    SunDevilSource.com's Chris Karpman discussed the COVID-19 outbreak inside the Arizona State football program and the team's future on Friday.
  • ASU’s Jayden Daniels, USC’s Kedon Slovis set to duel for first time Saturday

    Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels will face fellow sophomore quarterback Kedon Slovis of USC for the first time in Saturday's season opener.
  • Lively halftime locker room produced strong response from Cards defense

    At halftime of Sunday's win over Seattle, Kliff Kingsbury heard a lot of conversations going on from his defensive group in the locker room.
  • Roundtable: 3 questions before Seahawks-Cardinals clash

    We poll our Arizona Sports hosts and editors about expectations before the Seahawks-Cardinals Sunday Night Football showdown.
  • Cardinals’ Byron Murphy, defense bringing MNF confidence vs. Seattle

    The Cardinals defense turned up the dial to a higher frequency on MNF. They'll need to harness the confidence they brewed up against the Seattle Seahawks.
  • Cardinals’ Kingsbury encouraged by Reddick’s progress in natural position

    The Arizona Cardinals got too comfortable with Haason Reddick's versatility coming out of the 2017 NFL Draft. Now he's back where he is comfortable.
  • Larry Scott: Perception of Pac-12 wastefulness is ‘incorrect’

    As the Pac-12 eyes a Nov. 7 return to the football field, commissioner Larry Scott continues to combat another round of criticism.
  • Pac-12’s Larry Scott hopeful for future College Football Playoff expansion

    Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott joined Arizona Sports' Bickley & Marotta on Thursday to discuss the possibility of the conference ending its playoff drought.
  • Cardinals TE Williams could be back at bye; safeties could return vs. Jets

    Arizona Cardinals tight end Maxx Williams is unlikely to make a return in the near future from an ankle injury that put him on injured reserve.
  • Getting Kenyan Drake, Cardinals run game going is ‘top of the checklist’

    Offensively, it's clear that the Cardinals' lack of a rushing attack is holding back an offense that in long stretches can't get anything down the field.

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