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  • Doug & Wolf’s bold Cardinals preseason predictions

    Here's what Doug Franz and Ron Wolfley are banking on happening during Arizona Cardinals training camp and in the preseason before the regular season begins.
  • Pro scouting director Quentin Harris thinks Cardinals have a third weapon

    Harris stopped by 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Doug & Wolf to discuss how things have been different this year and what new guys have stood out to him.
  • Center A.Q. Shipley loving Cardinals’ downhill attack so far

    Cardinals coach Steve Wilks has made it no secret that running back David Johnson will get his fair share of carries in 2018.
  • Bucannon is taking leadership role on Cardinals defense in his fifth season

    Deone Bucannon is entering his fifth season with the Arizona Cardinals and while it may not seem like a lot, he has 21 more career starts than any other linebacker on the Cardinals roster.
  • Without a field, ASU football will still make trip to Camp Tontozona

    While Arizona State won't be able to practice on a field due to recent rains, the Sun Devils will still travel to Camp Tontozona.
  • Assistant GM: D-backs not feeling pressured to make a trade

    Do the Arizona Diamondbacks seek out improvements before the trade deadline or stand pat hoping a healthy roster finally puts it all together?
  • ESPN: Arizona Cardinals’ Sam Bradford a Tier 3 QB in 2018

    Football's right around the corner and with the added additions to the quarterback pool, there has been some shifts in the hierarchy of the signal-callers.
  • Keim’s absence comes as Cardinals talk complicated Johnson extension

    Complicated context around the David Johnson extension negotiation remains, but GM Steve Keim's suspension shouldn't hinder the process.
  • Elhassan: Deandre Ayton’s Summer League reminiscent of Porzingis

    Deandre Ayton has averaged a double-double in the Las Vegas Summer League but some fans are still waiting for when he will become a dominant force who can take over a game.
  • Get Manny: For a playoff berth, D-backs need to go after Machado

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are wasting time. Every day Manny Machado is in another team's lineup is another day playing a game of chicken the D-backs will lose.
  • Hazen: Pitching a focus for D-backs as MLB trade deadline looms

    As reports of Manny Machado trade destinations include other teams, the Arizona Diamondbacks have a focus on the trade market involving pitchers.
  • NBC’s Florio: ‘Expect nothing’ from Cardinals QB Sam Bradford

    Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio isn't buying into improved health for first-year Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford.
  • D-backs’ Robbie Ray re-found mechanics before, after oblique injury

    In his first game back from an oblique strain, Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray said he re-found the mechanics that he had fixed just before his injury.
  • Shelby Miller’s 2018 debut for D-backs shows he’s still a work in progress

    The Arizona Diamondbacks appear accepting that Shelby Miller -- and perhaps Robbie Ray -- will need to work out kinks coming off injuries.
  • USA Today’s Nightengale: ‘It’s worth it’ for D-backs to go after Machado

    USA Today's Bob Nightengale doesn't see the harm in the Arizona Diamondbacks pursuing a trade for Baltimore Orioles infielder Manny Machado, who would be a rental.
  • Trade for Bridges made Suns GM feel like ‘Grinch’; McDonough talks cost

    Suns GM Ryan McDonough admits it's a risk to trade the Miami Heat's 2021 unprotected NBA Draft pick, but the reward for acquiring Mikal Bridges from the 76ers was worth it.
  • Suns’ McDonough: Ayton is one of the top five prospects GM has ever scouted

    Suns GM Ryan McDonough discussed when the team settled on Deandre Ayton in the 2018 Draft and where Luka Doncic stood on the team's board.
  • Arizona dignitaries provide their choice on Suns’ No. 1 draft pick

    Arizona dignitaries, as Doug & Wolf like to call them, provided who they think should go No. 1 and the possible anger that could ensue if the team went a different direction.
  • Hall: Matt Koch demotion more about schedule than performance

    The two-month Matt Koch experiment yielded seven team wins for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 12 starts, while filling in for injured starting pitchers Taijuan Walker and Robbie Ray.
  • Coyotes GM John Chayka: Report about Phil Kessel is ‘inaccurate’

    Coyotes general manager John Chayka disputed the content of a report that said the team would not pursue Phil Kessel for financial reasons

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