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  • D-backs demote Enright, recall relievers

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks continued revamping their pitching staff by making a flurry of moves on Wednesday. The team has selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Ryan Cook from Double-A Mobile and recalled right-handed pitcher Bryan Shaw from Triple-A Reno and outrighted pitcher Yhency Brazoban and optioned pitcher Barry Enright to Reno, according to […]
  • Cards rookie Peterson hopes DRC for Kolb isn’t true

    When the Arizona Cardinals drafted Patrick Peterson fifth overall the thought was he would pair with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to form one of the best defensive secondaries in the NFL. But that was before the Kolb for DRC rumors popped up. Now it seems there is a chance Peterson will not be playing with DRC, but […]
  • DRC for Kolb? Three reasons it won’t happen

    The biggest rumor surrounding the pursuit of Kevin Kolb is that the Cardinals are prepared to part with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in order to get him. Sports 620 KTAR’s Sports Interactive, though, does not think that is a good idea. So, they gave three reasons why it doesn’t seem likely to happen. “Argument number one,” Dave […]
  • Roster moves continue: Cook up, Brazoban down

    The never-ending effort to improve the bullpen has led to another roster move for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Diamondbacks to send down Yhency Brazoban to make room for Ryan Cook. Brazoban had an ERA of 6.00less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyJohn GambadoroGambo620 The 24-year-old Cook replaces Brazoban, who pitched in just six […]
  • Kyle Orton: Too expensive for Broncos, right price for Cards?

    It was once thought that while the Denver Broncos were looking to trade Kyle Orton, if they couldn’t get a good deal they’d be happy to keep him around to backup Tim Tebow. Think again. According to Pro Football talk, Orton is due almost $9 million in 2011, meaning he could be just a bit […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Coyotes and Korpikoski reach agreement

    The Coyotes and restricted free agent Lauri Korpikoski agreed to the terms of his new two-year contract about three minutes before his salary arbitration hearing was set to begin in Toronto on Wednesday morning. I’m told negotiations between the Coyotes, Korpikoski and Korpikoski’s agent, Larry Kelly, were rekindled at about 8:45 EDT and a deal […]
  • Arizona State Sun Devils unveil new commercial

    New uniforms, new conference, and now a new commercial. The ASU marketing department has been hard at work this offseason preparing a new advertising campaign that highlights the work Sun Devil football players put in behind the scenes. Everyone knows football players lift weights and go to practice as a team, but they also do […]
  • Whisenhunt hears rumors, laughs at them

    Ken Whisenhunt is not dumb. He hears all the rumors surrounding his team, especially the ones about which quarterback he’s going to get. However, as he told the Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers, he’s not sure where any of the speculation starts — especially the DRC for Kevin Kolb rumors. He did, though, say no one […]
  • Joey Porter may become a cap casuality

    The new NFL salary cap will mean that some teams will have to spend money and others will have to save money. While the Arizona Cardinals are $37.3 million under the salary cap, they may part ways with Joey Porter. According to ESPN.com’s John Clayton, Porter may be one of many “cap casualties” once the […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Bryan Robinson

    Bryan Robinson joined the Cardinals before the 2008-09 season as a player who was expected to provide solid depth and veteran leadership. Three years later he is looking at free agency and the Cardinals have to make a decision. Re-up: Robinson has been everything the Cardinals expected him to be, and probably more. It’s been […]
  • Diamondbacks interested in Wood, Coffey, Isringhausen

    Now that the San Francisco Giants have traded for Jeff Keppinger, the pressure to respond is on the Arizona Diamondbacks. Keppinger is not a big name player that will turn a division race upside down, but the Giants have a four-and-a-half game lead in the NL West and are showing their desire to improve. If […]
  • One-on-one with the Arizona Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald

    Just try and keep up with Larry Fitzgerald, right? From NFL defenders to members of the media, the frenetic Fitz always gets a step, maintaining a pace that keeps the Pro Bowler on a constant fly pattern. So, instead of getting beat, we got smart. “Hey, Larry, if you can’t sit down long enough for […]
  • Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to strengthen their pitching staff

    The San Francisco Giants have one of the best pitching staffs in baseball. The same can’t be said about the Arizona Diamondbacks. As divisional races heat up and the trade deadline approaches, the D-backs will look to improve their pitching staff in an attempt to close the four-and-a-half game gap between them and the division […]
  • Kevin Kolb may not have the immediate impact Arizona Cardinals fans expect

    Many think the acquisition of a serviceable quarterback will all but guarantee the Arizona Cardinals the NFC West crown. However, as NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks writes, that may not be the case. Although Kolb has shown potential he only has seven career NFL starts and has thrown more interceptions, 14, than touchdowns, 11. Upon coming to […]
  • Re-up or Reject: Gabe Watson

    Gabe Watson has had an up-and-down career with the Cardinals, and as a free agent it could come to an end once the lockout ends. Re-up: Watson is great at taking up space. At 6 foot 4 and 338 pounds, he’s tough to move off the ball and is pretty good when he’s in shape. […]
  • Damn you Kevin Kolb

    Kevin Kolb has not played a down for the Arizona Cardinals. He has not thrown an interception. He has not fumbled a snap. He has not taken a sack and he has not missed a wide open receiver. Hell, he isn’t even on the Arizona Cardinals roster. And yet, he’s done something only people like […]
  • Inside the Box: Enright thumped in D-backs 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 July 19, 2011: Brewers 11, Diamondbacks 3 The Good: Brandon Allen hit a mammoth home run in the fifth inning that has to go down as one of the longest […]
  • D-backs could pursue Isringhausen in trade

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are believed to be looking for a reliever at the trade deadline to bolster their bullpen and a new name has surfaced as a possible target. The D-backs could make a run for New York Mets reliever Jason Isringhausen to provide another quality arm to go along with David Hernandez […]
  • Eagles want more than DRC — really?

    If the latest round of rumors is to believed, the Arizona Cardinals are ready to send cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Kevin Kolb. Surprisingly, though, it appears the Eagles may want more than just the defensive back if they are to part with their backup QB. “To me, I think Rodgers-Cromartie […]
  • Adrian Wilson weighs in on Kevin Kolb to the Arizona Cardinals rumors

    Commenting on the Kevin Kolb for Domnique Rodgers-Cromartie trade rumors isn’t reserved for media members anymore. One Arizona Cardinal Pro Bowler has decided to offer up his opinion on the subject as well. Adrian Wilson took to Twitter on Tuesday to share his thoughts on the speculation that has filled the Internet the last few […]