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  • Arizona Cardinals low on Forbes’ value list

    The Arizona Cardinals are the 24th most valuable team in the National Football League. According to Forbes, the Cardinals are worth an estimated $901 million. The league average is $1.04 billion per team. The Dallas Cowboys rank number one for the fifth year in a row at $1.85 billion. The Washington Redskins and New England […]
  • Reports: Arizona receiver Criner out vs. Oklahoma State

    The Arizona Wildcats will play Thursday night’s game at Oklahoma State without star wide receiver Juron Criner, according to After Criner missed Monday’s practice due to an undisclosed illness Coach Mike Stoops said he would still travel to Oklahoma with the team. Scratch that about WR Juron Criner being on trip. says he’s […]
  • Expert: Black unis in heat will not slow ASU

    An Arizona State professor said the football team’s new black uniform will not impede the team in the heat when they take the field on Friday evening. According to ASU News, Michael Angilletta, who studies the way organisms adapt to their environment at the ASU School of Life Sciences, said that the amount of heat […]
  • Good work ethic pushes Goldschmidt into lineup

    Rookie first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has lived up to the hype as a power hitter in his first 32 games in the Major Leagues. The 23-year-old has hit six home runs and knocked in 23 runs since being called up August 1st. The offense was expected and should come as no surprise. It is the […]
  • ASU readies for Missouri, running QB

    It’s not like ASU has never faced a running quarterback before. But even knowing a quarterback’s strength is his legs more than his arm ahead of time still makes for a tough assignment. “It makes our job a little bit harder,” said Sun Devils senior linebacker Colin Parker, who was the team’s second leading tackler […]
  • DC Ray Horton: ‘We are going to be a pressure team’

    When he was hired as the Cardinals new defensive coordinator back in February, Ray Horton made a promise. “I am here to say right now, the first call is going to be a blitz. No question about it.” Seven months later, with the season opener approaching Sunday does that promise still hold true? “We’re going […]
  • Cardinals coach Whisenhunt excited for home opener

    The wait is finally over. The Arizona Cardinals, after a busy offseason which saw a flurry of big moves, are preparing for the regular season opener. That fact is exciting to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, and he believes his team feels the same way. “We got some things done in the preseason,” he said. “We’re […]
  • Chester Taylor says Bears used him wrong, welcomes move to Arizona

    Welcome to Arizona, Chester Taylor. “It’s hot. I got to get used to this heat.” Taylor braved the elements in his first Cardinals practice Wednesday. He was signed Monday after being released by the Bears over the weekend. “I’m glad to be here. I believe it’s a great opportunity, a better opportunity than I had […]
  • Arizona QB Kevin Kolb eager to play opener against Panthers

    After a long offseason that included a lockout, a new labor deal and the quickest and probably busiest free agency period in recent history, regular season football is finally back, and new Arizona QB Kevin Kolb is ready to go. “After a long offseason of thinking where I’m going to and how it’s going to […]
  • Authentic 2001 merchandise to be sold at Chase Field this weekend

    Fans interested in authentic merchandise commemorating the Diamondbacks’ 2001 World Series win will find plenty of options at Chase Field this weekend. The merchandise will include plenty of things, from a throwback home jersey to the team’s purple hat. There will also be T-shirts, a commemorative coin, Mounted Memories plaques, baseballs, mini bats and replica […]
  • Sun Devils outside for practice, inside the top 25

    It’s not unusual for ASU football to practice outside in September. It is unusual, however, for them to practice outdoors when temperatures push 110-degrees as they did late Tuesday afternoon. Remember, there is that practice bubble just a few feet away. “Not so much for the elements,” head coach Dennis Erickson explained for why they […]
  • Whisenhunt on RB Taylor: ‘Good fit for us’

    PHOENIX – When the Arizona Cardinals lost rookie running back Ryan Williams for the season it was only a matter of time before the team went out and signed another rusher for depth purposes. Arizona finally made the move when they signed Chester Taylor after he was cut from the Chicago Bears. Some have questioned […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs blow late lead in loss

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 6, 2011: Rockies 8, Diamondbacks 3 The Good: Arizona starter Josh Collmenter was fantastic tossing six and 1/3 innings only giving up five hits and one run. Collmenter continues […]
  • Whisenhunt wary of Cam Newton’s feet

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals will take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 1 on Sunday and will also get the first look at number one overall draft pick quarterback Cam Newton. Despite being a young player, Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt knows his team has to be on the lookout for Newton’s athletic abilities. “He’s […]
  • The Diamondbacks finally have their first baseman in Paul Goldschmidt

    Paul Goldschmidt has played in 30 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks, hitting .247 with six home runs, 19 RBI, 16 runs scored and three stolen bases. He’s played a pretty good first base, too. “It has amazed me how good he’s been defensively. He’s had some key hits, but he makes every pick,” said general […]
  • ASU plans to keep facing difficult non-conference competition

    PHOENIX – The Arizona State Sun Devils are primed for their school’s biggest non-conference game in quite some time on Friday when they face the Missouri Tigers in front of a nationally televised audience. ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love plans to have ASU playing in these kind of high profile games in the future as […]
  • Chester Taylor could have minimal impact

    The Arizona Cardinals added a veteran presence at running back when they signed free agent Chester Taylor. According to Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo, they may not have gotten much else. “I’m not going to lie to you, I’m just not a fan of this move,” Dave Burns said. “I just don’t think there’s […]
  • Pair of Cardinals signed to practice squad

    The Arizona Cardinals waived both Quan Sturdivant and Ronald Talley Monday to make room for new signings. Tuesday both were brought back, re-signed to the team’s practice squad. A sixth round pick out of North Carolina, the linebacker Sturdivant tallied six tackles in preseason play. Talley, a defensive end, was also credited with six stops. […]
  • Kyle Turris should be given a shot

    An article on ESPN’s Cross Checks Blog, asked if Phoenix Coyotes prospect Kyle Turris will get his shot this season. He has underperformed and is asking for a large contract, possibly reflecting a major ego issue. I can’t deny that Turris’ play hasn’t been up to par. His 19 goals in 131 games as a […]
  • ESPN insider questions D-backs 1-2 starting punch

    PHOENIX – After taking the series against the Giants over the weekend and pushing their lead in the division to seven games, the Arizona Diamondbacks are most likely heading to the playoffs next month. Now the question becomes how will they stack up against other teams battling for a World Series title. Starting pitchers Ian […]