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  • Haason Reddick on Cardinals’ defensive changes: ‘It’s a relief’

    Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Haason Reddick explained how he feels after going through different situations with defenses and coaching staffs.
  • Cardinals WR Trent Sherfield looking to build off of rookie season

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Trent Sherfield is looking to build off of his rookie season as competition grows at the wide receiver position.
  • Cardinals CB Robert Alford: ‘Time for me to step up’ with loss of Peterson

    Cardinals cornerback Robert Alford is ready to fill in for Patrick Peterson, who had a hand in the former Falcon landing with Arizona.
  • Cheez-It Bowl bringing Big Ten vs. Big 12 matchup starting in 2020

    The Cheez-It Bowl will be mixing things up in their matchup alignment, going to a Big Ten vs. Big 12 matchup beginning in the 2020-21 season.
  • New Cardinals defense to allow Baker, others to make plays

    Budda Baker jumped on Bickley and Marotta to discuss Vance Joseph's new defense and Patrick Peterson's return to the Cardinals.
  • Vance Joseph: Cardinals defense ‘compliant’; Murphy coming along

    Haason Reddick and Byron Murphy are two of the young Cardinals being pushed past their limits. DC Vance Joseph sees that as a good thing.
  • Cardinals QB Brett Hundley ‘stoked’ to join new offense

    Quarterback Brett Hundley was excited to sign with the Arizona Cardinals and play for offensive-minded head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
  • Cardinals TE Clay: Murray will be ‘special,’ opposes an 18-game season

    Arizona Cardinals tight end Charles Clay believes quarterback Kyler Murray will be special and opposes an 18-game regular season schedule.
  • Cardinals rightly focus on walk, not talk, early on under Kingsbury

    The Cardinals and coach Kliff Kingsbury know their burden of proof cannot be satisfied with reckless chatter, when players are practicing in shorts.
  • Corey Peters: Arizona Cardinals have roster to go from worst to 1st

    Despite low expectations around the league, Corey Peters feels the Arizona Cardinals have the talent to win in 2019.