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  • Ryan Williams will play Sunday if he wants

    Flagstaff, Ariz. – Ryan Williams has been the star of training camp. Returning from a knee injury suffered last preseason, the running back has made play-after-play, day-after-day. The next step, of course, would be to play in a game, and he’ll have his first opportunity to do that Sunday in the Hall of Fame game. […]
  • Former Sun Devil Elder honored to wear No. 42

    Flagstaff, Ariz. — Eddie Elder is one of two Arizona State Sun Devils hoping to make the Arizona Cardinals roster as an undrafted rookie free agent. However, he’s the only one wearing No. 42. Elder, of course, knows the history of the number, as ASU legend Pat Tillman donned that jersey while in college before […]
  • A closer look: Miley dominates in win against Dodgers

    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’ July 31 win over the Dodgers. Final score: Diamondbacks 8, […]
  • Chris Johnson happy to join pennant race

    Not too many people know how to make a better entrance than newly acquired Diamondbacks third baseman Chris Johnson. In his first game in a Diamondbacks uniform Monday night Johnson stepped to the plate with two outs in the fifth inning and belted a grand slam, putting the Diamondbacks up 7-0 against the rival Dodgers. […]
  • Cardinals sign RB Thomas Clayton

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed running back Thomas Clayton, according to pro football scout. Clayton was most recently with the Cleveland Browns in 2011, and rushed for 12 yards on eight carries. Clayton was originally drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth round of the 2007 draft from Kansas State and has spent […]
  • Diamondbacks avoid fireworks at deadline

    Despite rumors of a move for a front line starting pitcher that involved dealing Justin Upton, the Diamondbacks decided to avoid making a blockbuster deal at the July 31 mid-afternoon trade deadline. “We liked the club the way it was, I didn’t want to tinker with it too much,” Diamondbaks GM Kevin Towers told Arizona […]
  • Whisenhunt: Kolb expected to practice Wed., start on Sun.

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is expected to sit out practice on Tuesday with a thigh contusion, but should return Wednesday and start on Sunday, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said.
  • Arizona Cardinals may consider adding another running back

    The Arizona Cardinals running backs look promising for the upcoming season, but it's the immediate future that may have head coach Ken Whisenhunt a little worried.
  • Suns introduce newest member Wesley Johnson

    The newest member of the Phoenix Suns, Wesley Johnson, was formally introduced in a press conference held at US Airways Center Tuesday. “I’m more than excited to be here,” said Johnson, “there was a whirlwind going around with the rumors and everything. When it finally came about that I was a Phoenix Sun it put […]
  • Diamondbacks trade Craig Breslow to Red Sox

    The Arizona Diamondbacks made a deadline day deal, but not exactly the type many were expecting. Dbacks have traded lefty reliever Craig Breslow to Red Sox details on what is coming back to come — John Gambadoro (@Gambo620) July 31, 2012 Gambadoro later reported the Diamondbacks were receiving outfielder Scott Podsednick and pitcher Matt Albers. […]
  • Copious Thoughts from the Dark Corners of Cards Camp: Anthony Sherman

    There’s something very cool about having a fullback on a football team. The Cardinals have Anthony Sherman; he’s a rolling boulder with ears…and a brain. In the truest sense of the word, “fullback,” guys like Sherman have got know so much and then be capable of executing that knowledge. Other than the QB, nobody on […]
  • SI’s Verducci believes D-backs could make big deadline deal

    As the trade deadline has approached the Arizona Diamondbacks have made a few trades and roster moves but none have been the big, blockbuster, shake the organization for the future — or near-term — deals. Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci believes that deal coming right at the deadline could happen. “I think the Diamondbacks serve as […]
  • A closer look: Johnson’s grand slam leads D-backs past Dodgers

    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’ July 30 win over the Dodgers. Final score: Diamondbacks 7, […]
  • Cardinals’ Michael Floyd focused on earning spot

    When the Arizona Cardinals drafted wideout Michael Floyd with the 13th overall pick in the first-round of this year’s draft, they surely had aspirations he’d come to camp and win a starting spot opposite franchise star Larry Fitzgerald. Luckily for the Cardinals, Floyd hasn’t entered camp with any sense of entitlement. In fact, the Notre […]
  • Cardinals QB John Skelton responds to depth chart

    The Cardinals came out with their first official depth chart on Monday before afternoon practice, and it listed Kevin Kolb as the number one QB with John Skelton as the number two. After practice Skelton was asked about it the depth chart, and he didn’t seem to know or care much about it. “Yeah I […]
  • Patrick Peterson plans on being the game’s best

    Patrick Peterson is not lacking for confidence. The second-year pro is coming off a rookie season where he reached the Pro Bowl as a kick returner, but is expected to become one of the NFL’s best cover-corners. He thinks he’s getting there. “I’m definitely taking strides towards being the best cornerback each and every day,” […]
  • Kolb leaves Monday’s practice with injury

    Kevin Kolb was named the Cardinals’ starting quarterback for Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game, and he should take the field first as long as he’s healthy. For the first time this training camp, that idea may be called into question. Kolb left Monday’s practice early after taking a shot to the thigh from defensive lineman […]
  • Whisenhunt: ‘Offense is building chemistry’

    Whether it be Kevin Kolb or John Skelton lining up under center, the Cardinals’ offense will be a force to be reckoned with. At least, that’s what we hope for. But as the Cardinals’ annual Red and White practice showed on Saturday, the offense embarrassed themselves in front of a record crowd of 14,500 fans. […]
  • Stephens-Howling hopes to benefit from revamped running game

    The 2012 Arizona Cardinals certainly could be defined by their running game more than ever before, as long as their talented backs can stay healthy. In fact, the feeling early in camp is the team’s offense will rely heavily on the production from Beanie Wells, Ryan Williams and the extremely versatile LaRod Stephens-Howling. “We know […]
  • Diamondbacks designate Overbay for assignment

    The Diamondbacks designated first baseman Lyle Overbay for assignment Monday. The move was made to clear room for the arrival of Chris Johnson, who the team traded for Sunday. “I understand it,” Overbay said. “They want to go young and it’s part of the deal. Hopefully I’ve done everything that they’ve asked of me.” The […]