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  • Cardinals RT Kelvin Beachum on Kyler Murray: ‘I turn into a spectator’

    Arizona Cardinals starting right tackle Kelvin Beachum joined the Doug and Wolf show Monday morning to discuss young star quarterback Kyler Murray.
  • ASU’s Herm Edwards believes Pac-12 will play football in 6 weeks

    ASU football coach Herm Edwards expressed confidence that the Pac-12 would start its football season within six weeks on Monday's Doug & Wolf show.
  • Keim: Lamont Gaillard’s debut validating for Cardinals O-line depth

    Lamont Gaillard stepped in for Arizona Cardinals center Mason Cole, and it showed GM Steve Keim that his team can be confident in its two-deep depth chart.
  • Doug & Wolf power poll, Week 2: Return of the Cardinals

    With Week 1 of the NFL season in the books, there's been a little bit of a shakeup in the Doug & Wolf weekly NFL power rankings.
  • Carson Palmer: Cardinals QB Kyler Murray showed maturity vs. 49ers

    Former Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer is all for the check-downs and quick-hit passes that helped Kyler Murray stay safe against the 49ers.
  • ASU coach Herm Edwards optimistic Pac-12 football is around the corner

    Arizona State head coach Herm Edwards sees hope for Pac-12 football to happen this school year and perhaps even this calendar year.
  • Cardinals preview roundtable: Playoff predictions, under-the-radar players

    Arizona Sports hosts, reporters and editors answer a series of six questions to preview the Arizona Cardinals’ 2020 campaign
  • Cardinals GM saw ‘vintage’ David Johnson in RB’s Texans debut

    Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim said he was happy to watch David Johnson put together a strong debut with the Houston Texans.
  • Keim: Cardinals, 49ers monitoring air quality due to California wildfires

    The Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers are readying to play their opener but are monitoring air quality as wildfires burn in California.
  • D-backs’ Derrick Hall: Torey Lovullo’s job not in jeopardy in down year

    Though the D-backs are on their heels trying to figure out how to get back to winning, president and CEO Derrick Hall still has his trust in Torey Lovullo.