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  • Ryan Williams ready to make 2012 debut

    While the team’s quarterbacks will get most of the attention Friday in Glendale, an Arizona Cardinals running back may end up stealing the show. Ryan Williams, who has not played since rupturing the patellar in his right knee last August, will take the field for the first time since the injury when the Cardinals host […]
  • James Harden, always ready

    First he wins a gold medal. Then, it’s an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon alongside teammate Kevin Durant. Now, it’s James Harden, national pitchman. The former Arizona State Sun Devil appears in a national spot for Foot Locker with Oklahoma City and Team USA teammate Russell Westbrook that shows just how prepared Harden […]
  • Diamondbacks president frustrated with team’s play

    Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall is “frustrated” with how his team is playing. One game below .500 and 6.5 back of NL West-leading Los Angeles entering play Thursday, it’s obvious the season has not gone according to plan. “We’re certainly not at a point where we’re throwing in the towel,” Hall told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug […]
  • Pac-12 Network debuts

    August 15, 2012: Launch called “tremendous, tremendous step” PAYSON — At 6 p.m. Wednesday night, the Pac-12 joined the Big Ten as conferences with their own television network. “It’s a great brand builder,” ASU AD Steve Patterson said. “It’s great for getting exposure for all our great universities.” Football and men’s basketball will anchor the […]
  • A closer look: D-backs continue to struggle in loss against Cardinals

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a baseball game. So, we will give you a closer look, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the D-backs’ August 15 loss to the Cardinals. Final score: Cardinals 5, […]
  • Kevin Towers: The schedule is starting to run out

    While the Arizona Diamondbacks can potentially build momentum off of Melky Cabrera’s 50 game suspension, with just 45 games left on the season the time for potential is starting to run out. It’s not quite time for Diamondbacks GM Kevin Towers to bring up farm players and start thinking about next year, but at the […]
  • Diamondbacks manager Gibson blasts Cabrera, cheating in baseball

    Kirk Gibson’s Arizona Diamondbacks are no strangers to performance enhancing drugs. While they have not had players who use them or have been caught using them, they’ve certainly been victimized by those who have. Whether it was Manny Ramirez with the Dodgers in 2008, Ryan Braun in last year’s NLDS or Melky Cabrera this season, […]
  • Report: Players would welcome Tarvaris Jackson to Arizona Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals do not yet have a starting quarterback, which leaves room for people to speculate who should get the job. With Kevin Kolb and John Skelton in the midst of a battle of mediocrity, some feel like the team may look elsewhere for an answer at the position. One of the QBs supposedly […]
  • Camp T reopens for business

    August 15, 2012: “This is heaven up here” PAYSON — Football returned to Camp Tontozona Wednesday for the first time since 2008. But it’s been five years since ASU practiced on the field legendary head coach Frank Kush first used in 1960 for preseason workouts. “I’m really honored to be here,” first year head coach […]
  • Whiz rewards Arizona Cardinals with a flick

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Wednesday morning’s walk-through practice for the Arizona Cardinals was called off. Not by Mother Nature, as is usually the case during training camp in Northern Arizona. No, head coach Ken Whisenhunt cut the walk-through short to take his team to the movies. “It was something that had been planned a while in […]
  • O’Neal feels great, wants to bring physicality to Suns

    When the Phoenix Suns came to contract terms with free agent veteran center Jermaine O’Neal, one of the first questions that came to mind was “can he still play?” It is a fair question. After all, O’Neal didn’t look at all like a six-time All-Star during his two-year stint with the Boston Celtics. With Boston, […]
  • ESPN: Suns have second-worst future in all of basketball

    If things weren’t looking up for the Phoenix Suns before, they sure aren’t now. At least, that’s how ESPN writers Chad Ford and John Hollinger feel. In an ESPN Insider piece titled Future Power Rankings, the Suns come in ahead of only the Charlotte Bobcats when it comes to projection for the next few years […]
  • Arizona Cardinals QB Skelton adds no extra importance to Friday’s game

    The belief that Friday’s preseason game against the Raiders will be the turning point — if not the tipping point — in the Cardinals QB competition is starting to gain some steam. From the Adam Schefter report that John Skelton is the current favorite to CBS Sports’ Jason LaCanfora saying Kevin Kolb will be given […]
  • Copious Thoughts from the Dark Corners of Cards Camp: The QB Battle

    There are certain traits coaches look for in a quarterback that seem to be universally agreed upon. John Skelton and Kevin Kolb have exhibited these traits from time to time, but owning the attribute is what matters. A Q can get away without having some of these characteristics but there seems to be one quality […]
  • Harden and Durant channel inner McKayla Maroney

    You all know McKayla Maroney and the now world-famous McKayla is not impressed blog, right? It basically features a recurring photo of the U.S. gymnast appearing to be “not impressed” by some of the world’s most famous happenings. It’s pretty funny. Former Arizona State Sun Devil James Harden and his OKC teammate Kevin Durant, who […]
  • Colledge: Cardinals want to see QB competition settled

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — It’s been talked about ad nauseum since last fall. In fact, in just the last two days, ArizonaSports.com has had seven stories on the same subject — the battle for the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback spot. OK, make that eight. The competition continued during Tuesday afternoon’s practice on the practice fields at […]
  • A closer look: Errors cost Diamondbacks in loss to Cardinals

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a baseball game. So, we will give you a closer look, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the D-backs’ August 14 loss to the Cardinals. Final score: Cardinals 8, […]
  • Under Center: Cardinals QB Battle

    Rank Player Reason #1 John Skelton ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Skelton has emerged as the favorite in the QB race. Rank Player Reason #2 Kevin Kolb It’s never a good thing when former Vikings great Cris Carter professes disappointment in you. Preseason Stats Kolb: 2-for-9 for 25 yards, 0 TD, 1 int QB Rating: 11.11 […]
  • ‘Vanilla’ defense not helping Arizona Cardinals look good

    Cardinals linebacker Sam Acho knows the team has not run its normal defense during the preseason. As is customary, Ray Horton has left out the blitzes and pressure-schemes in favor of simple, basic stuff. With that — and perhaps because of it — the Cardinals have not done too well, being run over seemingly at […]
  • Cardinals announce Raiders game sold out

    The Arizona Cardinals have sold out their preseason game against the Oakland Raiders, the team announce Tuesday. The game, which will be televised locally on KNXV-TV, is the 64th-consecutive sellout for the team since moving into University of Phoenix Stadium in August of 2006. Kickoff for the team’s first home game of the season is […]