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  • Kurt Warner sees underdog story, but always ‘expected to be successful’

    Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner knows his career is a Cinderella story. But he looks at it through a different lens.
  • Paul Goldschmidt reflects on managers with D-backs, St. Louis

    Former D-backs 1B Paul Goldschmidt discussed what it was like playing for Kirk Gibson, Chip Hale and Torey Lovullo with the Diamondbacks.
  • Former D-backs P Brandon Webb on a career cut short, no regrets

    Former D-backs pitcher Brandon Webb was elite when he was on the field. But injuries derailed his career, and he opened up about the premature ending.
  • Listen to every Legends Week guest who joined Doug & Wolf

    Arizona's sports heroes of years past are joining 98.7 FM to go down memory lane and recount highlight moments as part of Doug & Wolf's Legends Week.
  • Paul Goldschmidt’s baseball legacy, accolades aren’t front of mind

    Former Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has collected accolades and honors. But they aren't his pursuit in the game of baseball.
  • D-backs’ Hall: MLB in ideas-not-planning stage for coronavirus return

    Diamondbacks president and CEO Derrick Hall is hopeful MLB can plan for a regular season in the coming months, but he knows things can change by the day.
  • Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians, QB Tom Brady having ‘great collaboration’

    Coach Bruce Arians sees no limitations for QB Tom Brady as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers leaders learn one another amid a socially-distanced offseason.
  • Danny White on Frank Kush, modern football and life after playing

    Former Arizona State quarterback Danny White reflected on playing for Frank Kush and Tom Landry and explained a big difference he sees in modern football.
  • Karlos Dansby eyes Canton, sees similarities to Cardinals’ Simmons

    Karlos Dansby remains optimistic about his Pro Football Hall of Fame chances. Plus, the former Cardinals LB sees himself in rookie Isaiah Simmons.
  • Suns fans’ boos couldn’t ruin Dan Majerle’s NBA Draft experience

    Dan Majerle couldn't care less when Suns fans booed him on draft night. He recalls experiencing the draft and getting passed over before Phoenix picked him.
  • Carson Palmer reminisces on trade from Raiders to Cardinals

    Carson Palmer didn't know Bruce Arians the person when the then-Raiders QB got a phone call in April 2013. He quickly got an accurate first impression.
  • Luis Gonzalez faked it until he made it as a college baseball player

    Luis Gonzalez was a second baseman coming out of high school. But that didn't stop him from convincing his college coach that he could play first base.
  • Boldin: Cardinals teammates literally learned not to bet against him, Fitz

    Cardinals teammates quickly learned not to bet against the receiver duo of Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, the latter told Doug & Wolf during Legends Week.
  • Basketball part of Cardinals OT Josh Jones’ patient path to NFL

    From picking up football later in high school to waiting until the third round to get drafted, Josh Jones knows a thing or two about patience.
  • MLB exploring 10-team divisions to resume season this summer

    Major League Baseball's ideas to resume the season include have three 10-team divisions that would split up clubs on a regional basis.
  • John Lynch’s wife tipped ASU coach before 49ers drafted Brandon Aiyuk

    All because of the remote NFL Draft setting, Arizona State coach Herm Edwards got a tip about WR Brandon Aiyuk's destination from an unlikely source.
  • Herm Edwards: ASU’s Eno Benjamin got ideal landing spot with Cardinals

    Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin fell in the draft. But the team that eventually took him, the Cardinals, may be the perfect place for him to go.
  • Dabo Swinney: Cardinals got a true game-changer in DeAndre Hopkins

    DeAndre Hopkins may have had to wait until 2013 to step onto an NFL field, but Swinney could see it early on; The athlete had the intangibles of an NFL WR.
  • Keim: Isaiah Simmons can ‘change the complexity’ of the Cardinals’ defense

    Cardinals general manager Steve Keim believes first-round draft pick Isaiah Simmons' versatility and tackling ability will be a boon for Arizona.
  • Clemson’s Swinney: Simmons is smart, low-maintenance in ‘superstar body’

    Arizona Cardinals first-round draft pick Isaiah Simmons was a rare athlete who played five positions at Clemson, Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney said.

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