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  • Cardinals GM Steve Keim talks tags, cuts and free agency amid sunk cap

    The NFL world remains in a holding pattern, and it'll be that way until teams learn where the salary cap lands for the 2021 season.
  • Gutierrez: Coyotes focused on continued organizational turnaround

    Despite a recent article published on the Coyotes' business dealings, president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez is focused on continued progress moving forward.
  • Cardinals, Suns want more: Best quotes from Day 3 of Newsmakers Week

    Newsmakers Week rolled on Thursday with Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill and Suns head coach Monty Williams among guests hoping for in-house improvements.
  • IFL, Rattlers delay start of season in hopes of more fan attendance

    Arizona Rattlers head coach Kevin Guy said that the Indoor Football League is pushing back the start of its season to mid-June in hopes of having more fans at games.
  • Arizona Sports’ 2021 Newsmakers Week schedule

    For one week in February each year, the the people in charge of the biggest decisions in Valley sports join Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. 
  • Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill ‘very bullish’ on Kingsbury, Keim in 2021

    While 2020 didn't end the way Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill expected, he's confident in where the team is headed under Steve Keim and Kliff Kingsbury.
  • Cardinals owner Bidwill on CB Peterson: ‘We want to have him back’

    Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill said he's had "a number of conversations" with impending free agent Patrick Peterson about a return to the team.
  • Bryce Drew’s Grand Canyon team eyes 1st NCAA Tournament bid

    If you haven't followed Grand Canyon's Western Athletic Conference (WAC) this year, you've missed quite the shift in power through some turbulence.
  • D-backs, Rising FC return: Best quotes from Day 2 of Newsmakers Week

    If there's a decision being made in Arizona sports, there's a good chance someone involved in that decision is on Arizona Sports' Doug & Wolf this week.
  • Phoenix Rising’s Rick Schantz: We have ‘unfinished business’ to settle

    Phoenix Rising has won two Western Conference championships and a regular-season title in the last three years. The unfinished business? The USL Cup FInal.
  • Tocchet: Coyotes’ Clayton Keller ‘starting to find right path’ to greatness

    After struggling out of the gate this season, Coyotes forward Clayton Keller has taken a big step forward over the past five games.
  • Suns GM: Jalen Smith’s move to G League gives him chance to play

    It's not often you see a top-10 pick in the G League as a rookie, but the Suns' deep roster has put them in a position to try and find Jalen Smith some run.
  • D-backs GM Hazen dealing with wife’s cancer fight, loaded NL West

    There is a lot on Mike Hazen's plate this year, and that goes well beyond his duties as general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
  • Torey Lovullo sees rebound by D-backs, Madison Bumgarner and himself

    Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said he did some soul-searching this offseason after a disappointing 2020. But it's on his best players to rebound, too.
  • Jerry Colangelo hints Suns’ Devin Booker, Chris Paul in Team USA pool

    Jerry Colangelo hinted on Tuesday that Suns guards Devin Booker and Chris Paul are among a pool of 50-plus candidates to represent Team USA in Tokyo.
  • Bobby Hurley ‘far from disappointed’ with Sun Devils squad this season

    The Arizona State Sun Devils may be near the bottom of the Pac-12 standings, but that hasn't stopped Bobby Hurley from being proud of his team.
  • ASU’s Herm Edwards: ‘Aura of the team is different, you just feel it’

    Arizona State Sun Devils head coach Herm Edwards says there's a different "aura" about the team heading into the 2021 college football season.
  • D-backs general manager Mike Hazen’s wife, Nicole, battles brain tumor

    Arizona Diamondbacks general manager Mike Hazen revealed a somber reality on Monday: his wife Nicole has a brain tumor.
  • James Jones: Phoenix Suns developing strong ‘culture of discipline’

    The Suns may not have the most wins in the NBA, but the effort James Jones is witnessing has the GM feeling good about where the team stands.
  • ASU on track to play Oregon schools despite 3 players out with COVID-19

    Three Arizona State men's basketball players tested positive for COVID-19, but coach Bobby Hurley said his team is preparing to host Oregon on Thursday.

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