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  • Suns hire Steve Albert as new TV play-by-play announcer

    The Phoenix Suns have made a change in the broadcast booth. The team announced Friday it has hired Steve Albert as the new play-by-play announcer. Albert will call the action on all Fox Sports Arizona Suns broadcasts. “We are excited to attract someone with Steve’s broadcasting skills, versatility and experience to our organization,” said Suns […]
  • Copious Thoughts from the Dark Corners of Cards Camp: Ray Horton

    Ray Horton is a thinker, a guy that doesn’t like the confines of conventionality. When others say you can’t play that scheme, the Cardinals defensive-coordinator says, “Why not?” When they respond, “Because…nobody does that,” Horton smiles. Being different and trying new things on the defensive side of the ball in the National Football League is […]
  • Futures of Doan, Coyotes to become more clear Friday

    Shane Doan wants to remain a Phoenix Coyote, but will explore other opportunities if he’s unconvinced the team will be sticking around in the Valley. According to Arizona Sports’ John Gambadoro, Doan’s camp is tired of waiting for the ownership situation to get resolved, and will start negotiating with other teams if a sale isn’t […]
  • Dockett, Snyder former rivals on same side

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — It’s got to be a little strange when a rival with whom you’ve butted heads for seven years is suddenly wearing the same uniform you are. When the Arizona Cardinals signed free agent guard Adam Snyder, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers, that’s exactly what defensive end Darnell Dockett had to be […]
  • Suns trade Lopez and Warrick, land Wesley Johnson, pick

    Though the deal was agreed to days ago, some complications seemed to put it in jeopardy. But now, it’s officially official: Robin Lopez’s up-and-down tenure with the Phoenix Suns has come to an end. The Suns announced Friday they have traded Lopez and forward Hakim Warrick — along with cash considerations — to the Hornets, […]
  • Cards’ Nick Eason thinking of his Mom as he focuses on football

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — For Nick Eason there was never any question whether or not he’d report to training camp on time. A veteran of nine NFL seasons — including last season with the Cardinals — he has a job to do. No one, however, would have given it a second thought if he had arrived […]
  • A closer look: Mets’ Harvey dominates Diamondbacks in major league debut

    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 26 loss to the Mets. Final score: Mets 3, […]
  • Cards’ David Carter thought he no longer was a rookie

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  • Arizona Cardinals sign G Russ Hochstein

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed guard Russ Hochstein, according to a team press release. Terms of his contract were not announced, per club policy, but reports say it is for one-year. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound veteran is entering his 12th season in the NFL after previous stints in Denver, New England and Tampa Bay. He spent […]
  • Brad Casper resigns as President of Phoenix Suns

    Brad Casper has resigned as President of the Phoenix Suns, according to a team press release. Chief Operating Officer Jason Rowley will step in immediately and assume the duties for the team’s business operations as president. Suns’ Vice President of Communications Tanya Wheeless explained the reason for the change. “As [Casper] stated in his statement, […]
  • ESPN NFL insider: ‘Why hasn’t Kevin Kolb won starting job?’

    The Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback battle may be garnering a lot of attention here in the Valley, but nationwide, there’s a general lack of understanding as to why Kevin Kolb hasn’t locked down the starting job yet. ESPN NFL insider John Clayton told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Show Thursday that at this point in […]
  • Colin Parker adjusting from ASU to NFL

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — It was almost hard to recognize Colin Parker on the football field during his first couple practices of his rookie training camp. The former Arizona State Sun Devil wasn’t wearing his usual maroon and gold uniform #21 — instead it has been replaced by a red Arizona Cardinals jersey sporting #97. And […]
  • New Cardinal Snyder knows offensive line can improve

    Adam Snyder was not a member of the Arizona Cardinals last season, so whatever issues they may have had along the offensive line had nothing to do with him. However, the team’s new right guard is supposed to be part of the solution, and that’s exactly what he’s planning on doing. “I just think we’re […]
  • Cards’ LB Washington has high expectations for defense

    Entering his third year with the Arizona Cardinals, inside linebacker Daryl Washington has set high expectations for himself and his defensive corps this coming season. “The number one goal is to make it to the Pro Bowl,” Washington told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Show Thursday. “Obviously, win a whole bunch of games. I […]
  • D-backs’ Hall: ‘We’re not built to be sellers’

    Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall expects the team to be involved at the trade deadline next week. Now, whether the team will be “buyers” or “sellers” remains to be seen, but he says his GM, Kevin Towers, is not one who likes to just “sit on his hands” as deals are being made around […]
  • Cards head coach faces a good problem

    July 26, 2012: Lunchtime with Whiz FLAGSTAFF — Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt meets the media daily at lunchtime: “Well, no decison on the quarterback yet.” And that’s how Whisenhunt opened his Thursday afternoon press conference. The Cardinals will practice in full pads for the first time this afternoon. “I’m expecting it to be potentially […]
  • Feely: Players not worried about who wins starting QB job

    Jay Feely is not worried about who will be the Cardinals’ starting quarterback Week 1 against Seattle. The kicker, as a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo Thursday, said both Kevin Kolb and John Skelton are competing for the job, and whoever is best will play. “Both of them have different positive strengths […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald no stranger to quarterback competitions

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A training camp without a quarterback battle would seem unusual for Larry Fitzgerald. The veteran wide receiver is entering his ninth season in the NFL, and not many have begun without a question at the quarterback position. “Yeah, I’ve been through a couple,” he said. “It always makes for fun.” There was […]
  • Copious Thoughts from the Dark Corners of Cards Camp: Daryl Washington

    Daryl Washington is going to be a huge part of what the Cardinals do defensively; in fact, he might be the catalyst for Ray Horton’s defense. D-Wash is so versatile opposing offenses might have a hard time finding him in 2012. At 238-pounds, Washington is slight for an inside linebacker but perfect for the fire-zone […]
  • Levi Brown comments on Penn State scandal

    Needless to say, the Penn State/Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal has affected thousands of people. First and foremost, the victims and their families. But the entire Penn State community — fans, current players, alumni and former players — are also dealing with the harsh penalty that was handed down by NCAA president Mark Emmert […]