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  • Coyotes complete unique 2020 NHL Draft as Friday’s free agency looms

    Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong will likely not find himself in a more unique position running a draft than he did on Wednesday.
  • Cardinals need to refine dual-threat aspects of Kyler Murray’s game

    Dan Bickley writes that Kyler Murray's reluctance to run the ball and take on contact is a potential setback in his path to stardom.
  • Taylor Hall, Coyotes agreed on ‘mutual parting’ for unrestricted free agent

    Taylor Hall, an Arizona Coyotes forward for the second half of this past season, is all but gone after GM Bill Armstrong said they have agreed to move on.
  • Coyotes’ 5 selections in 2020 NHL Draft include D Mitchell Miller

    The Arizona Coyotes selected defenseman Mitchell Miller with their first NHL Draft selection in 2020, a fourth-round pick at 111th overall.
  • Kyler Murray senses urgency, but Cardinals’ deep passing still lacking

    Kyler Murray sensed an urgency at Arizona Cardinals practice on Wednesday. He hadn't felt it since a Week 1 win over the 49ers.
  • Arizona’s Kevin Sumlin ‘alright’ following positive coronavirus test

    Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin acknowledges that while it's a difficult time for he and his family, they're making the best of it given the circumstances.
  • DeAndre Hopkins on Texans firing Bill O’Brien: ‘I wish bad on no one’

    DeAndre Hopkins joined the Arizona Cardinals in a lopsided-looking trade, and it very well could be one of the final straws that ended the Bill O'Brien era.
  • Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek announces Ottawa Senators draft pick

    Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek made waves after announcing the Ottawa Senators' third overall selection of Tim Stützle in Tuesday's NHL Draft.
  • Cardinals re-sign S Curtis Riley, restore S Kentrell Brice to practice squad

    The Cardinals re-signed safety S Curtis Riley to the practice squad and restored S Kentrell Brice back to the practice squad.
  • Jets to start QB Joe Flacco vs. Cardinals with Sam Darnold injured

    The New York Jets will not have starting QB Sam Darnold against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday due to a shoulder injury, head coach Adam Gase said.
  • The Consensus Week 5: Cardinals continue to slide after loss to Panthers

    The new-car smell has dissipated for the Cardinals after two bad losses. Here's a look at where the national media ranks Arizona through four weeks of play.
  • Pac-12 football preseason media poll: ASU picked 2nd in division

    Media members selected the Arizona State Sun Devils to finish second in the Pac-12 South for the 2020 coronavirus-shortened season.
  • Arizona Cardinals expect S Budda Baker to return vs. New York Jets

    Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury sounded confident that Budda Baker will play against the New York Jets less than two weeks after undergoing thumb surgery.
  • Reports: 2 Titans test positive, as does Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore

    Tennessee will not be returning to the team's facility Wednesday after two more players tested positive amid the NFL's first COVID-19 outbreak, per reports.
  • Coyotes sit out ‘Christmas’ of 1st round; GM comments on OEL’s deadline

    The Arizona Coyotes do not own a pick in the first three rounds of the 2020 NHL Draft. Their new GM Bill Armstrong had a good line to sum it up.
  • Hamilton coach, Valley Vista QB earn Cardinals’ weekly high school honors

    Coach Mike Zdebski of Hamilton and QB Burton DeLay of Valley Vista were respectively named the Arizona Cardinals High School Coach and Player of the Week.
  • October begins with Houston Astros thriving, Bill O’Brien fired

    Dan Bickely catches up on where the sports world sits in the first week of October, including the latest in the MLB postseason and NFL.
  • NHL announces Jan. 1 as target date for start of 2021 season

    Commissioner Gary Bettman said Tuesday night the NHL is targeting a Jan. 1 start for next season.
  • TE Dan Arnold believes individual focus can help Cardinals offense

    Arizona Cardinals TE Dan Arnold said it's been a learning curve in the first four games of 2020. He believes he, like the team, has much room to improve.
  • Cardinals release S Curtis Riley, elevate RB Jonathan Ward to active roster

    The Cardinals released safety Curtis Riley on Tuesday, while elevating running back Jonathan Ward from the practice squad to the active roster.