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  • Cardinals may be sold on Kevin Kolb, but Kurt Warner is not

    It appears as though the Cardinals are close to finding their franchise QB, as a deal for Philadelphia’s Kevin Kolb seems to be imminent. However, Arizona’s last franchise QB does not seem to be as high on the 27-year-old as others. “You have a little more book on him than you would a college quarterback […]
  • Drew injury does not change D-backs’ plans

    The only thing that will change for the Arizona Diamondbacks now that short stop Stephen Drew is out for the season is that they’ll have a new starting short stop. According to general manager Kevin Towers, the team still has an eye towards making some deals. “Pitching is still our priority,” he said. Even though […]
  • Hey Kevin Kolb, Larry Fitzgerald chooses you

    With news of Larry Fitzgerald and Kevin Kolb working out together in Arizona coming down Thursday, all the attention has turned to whether or not this means Kolb to Arizona is basically a formality. There are probably a few details that need to be worked out so that the Eagles backup can come lead the […]
  • Don’t write the D-backs off just yet

    Four-and-a-half games out of first place with their starting short stop now out for the season, it would be easy to say the Diamondbacks’ surprising playoff push is all but officially over. Not so fast, says Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro. “I am not ready to say that this season is not worth it,” Gambo […]
  • D-backs bring up Cody Ransom from Triple-A

    Diamondbacks short stop Stephen Drew broke his right ankle Thursday, an injury that will keep him out the remainder of the season. In response, the Diamondbacks called up infielder Cody Ransom from Triple-A Reno. Ransom, 35, has been tearing up the Pacific Coast League. In 92 games he tallied a .331 batting average with 26 […]
  • Report: Kolb, Fitzgerald worked out in Arizona

    While Kevin Kolb looks for a house and attempts to gain familiarity with the Phoenix area, it appears he has already gained familiarity with the Cardinals star wide receiver. According to, Kolb and Larry Fitzgerald organized a private throwing session on the campus of Arizona State University earlier this month. Aware of the media […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Early Doucet

    Not every Cardinal free agent is free to just choose his next team. Some are restricted, meaning the Cardinals can match any offer they sign with another squad. Receiver Early Doucet is one such player, and he presents one of the more interesting decisions for the Cardinals to make. Re-up: Taken in the third round […]
  • Elston Turner committed to improving Suns defense

    Defense and the Phoenix Suns are words not often said in the same sentence. The Suns are known for their fast paced offense and have relied on their ability to outscore teams rather than defend them and win low scoring games. While the Suns may be fun to watch, this style of play is not […]
  • Arizona Diamondbacks trade deadline philosophy has not changed

    Despite the devastating season-ending injury to shortstop Stephen Drew, the Arizona Diamondbacks are not changing their trade deadline philosophy. The D-backs are six games over .500 and only four-and-a-half games back of the San Francisco Giants, yet the injury to Drew does not alter the way the team approaches the July 31 deadline. “We were […]
  • Kevin Kolb looking for a house in Arizona

    As the lockout nears an end, the Kevin Kolb era in Arizona appears to be nearing a beginning. While Kolb is still a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cardinals appear to be the favorites to acquire the quarterback. NFL experts and analysts think Kolb is coming to the Valley and it appears the quarterback […]
  • Lute Olson involved in possible ponzi scheme

    In 2009, Lute Olson retired from coaching and probably expected to step out of the limelight. While that may have happened for a couple of brief years, the former University of Arizona head basketball coach is back in the news for all the wrong reasons. Olson was named as one of many Division I coaches […]
  • Joey Porter, Gerald Hayes likely expendable for Cardinals

    As soon as the NFL lockout ends, rosters across the league will go through rapid changes. Trades will be made, players will be cut and free agents will be signed all in a very short time frame. It will be fast, confusing, chaotic and significant. While most of the Cardinals offseason talk has been focused […]
  • Tough call on Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

    The player most mentioned in relation to a Kevin Kolb trade is Arizona Cardinals cornerback Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie. The key to the decision is for coach Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves to figure out who is the real DRC (insert corny Eminem joke here). You throw 2008 out the window. A rookie cornerback is […]
  • Players react to Stephen Drew broken ankle

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  • Stephen Drew breaks right ankle

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  • The decision was made for the Arizona Diamondbacks

    Sometimes in life the decision gets made for you. The sushi place is packed, let’s go for pizza. Out of red cars? Blue it is. In both cases, if you really want sushi or really want a red car, you could go somewhere else and get it. Ultimately you ask the question. Can we live […]
  • Osweiler confident ASU can compete for title

    PHOENIX – ASU starting quarterback Brock Osweiler isn’t backing down from recent comments he made about the Sun Devils striving to make it to the Sugar Bowl and compete for a National Championship this season. “We have very high expectations. I did say the Sugar Bowl and I still stand by that,” said Osweiler on […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs suffer devastating losses

    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 July 20, 2011: Brewers 5, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: Starter Joe Saunders gave Arizona a chance in this game as he went seven solid innings only giving up five hits […]
  • Ray Horton thinks Cardinals defense should be one of the best in NFL

    The Arizona Cardinals finished 31st in the NFL in total defense in 2010. That, and the fact that the team hasn’t been able to hand out playbooks to their players due to the lockout, hasn’t stopped their new defensive coordinator from having lofty goals for his squad. Ray Horton thinks the Cards defense won’t just […]
  • Gibson keeping options open for starting rotation

    PHOENIX – With the decision being made today to send Bary Enright back to Triple-A, the Arizona Diamondbacks are once again looking for someone to be the team’s fifth starter. With Zach Duke and Micah Owings being the most likely candidates to fill the spot, manager Kirk Gibson isn’t ready to commit to anybody. “There’s […]