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    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are believed to be buyers before the MLB trade deadline hits on Sunday. The team is searching for pitching help and a new name has emerged. The D-backs are rumored to be talking to the Oakland Athletics about reliever Brad Ziegler. Dbacks still focusing for relief help have spoken to […]
  • Cardinals re-sign 10 players back to team

    Tempe – The Arizona Cardinals announced that the team has re-signed the following eight players who were free agents: center Lyle Sendlein (five years), safety Hamza Abdullah (one year), cornerback Michael Adams (two years), tackle D’Anthony Batiste (one year), center Ben Claxton (one year), punter Ben Graham (two years), fullback Reagan Maui’a (two years), and […]
  • Cards wanted Asomugha, now could go get Samuel

    The Cardinals traded a cornerback away, tried to sign a better one, and now may trade for one. How’s that for trying to make some moves? So @Jay_Glazer says Cards wanted Nnamdi after dealing DRC 2 Philly 4 Kolb. Philly gets Nnamdi & @JasonLaCanfora says Asante cud now go to AZless than a minute ago […]
  • Cardinals officially add five free agents

    Tempe – The Arizona Cardinals announced that the team has signed the following four unrestricted free agents: Green Bay guard Daryn Colledge (five years), Pittsburgh defensive end Nick Eason (two years), Carolina tight end Jeff King (three years), and Cleveland wide receiver Chansi Stuckey (two years). The club also agreed to terms on a five-year […]
  • Cardinals sign five draft choices

    Tempe – The Arizona Cardinals announced that the team has signed the following five draft choices to four-year contracts: Texas linebacker Sam Acho (4th round) Connecticut fullback Anthony Sherman (5th round), North Carolina linebacker Quan Sturdivant (6th round), UCLA defensive tackle David Carter (6th round) and San Diego State wide receiver Demarco Sampson (7th round). […]
  • Kolb excited for chance to prove doubters wrong

    Kevin Kolb wanted to be an Arizona Cardinal. Needing a new team after four years in Philadelphia, the 26-year-old was hoping his fresh start would come in the Valley of the Sun. But, he was careful not to get his hopes up. “I knew if I didn’t end up here…I didn’t want it to be […]
  • Arizona Cardinals agree to terms with Stewart Bradley

    The Arizona Cardinals have filled the glaring need that was a starting quarterback. However, the Cardinals, who went 5-11 last season, have more than one hole to fill. Arizona also needs help on defense and Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley looks like he will reunite with Kevin Kolb and aid the Cardinals defense. “The Cards agreed […]
  • Kevin Kolb is not the next Kurt Warner

    The Cardinals have not had a franchise quarterback since Kurt Warner retired. Everyone expects Kevin Kolb to be the next great quarterback in the Valley but he wants people to know that he is not Warner part two. “Kurt’s a special player,” Kolb said. “I will never be him, hopefully I will take my own […]
  • Ken Whisenhunt thinks he can get the best out of Kolb

    Expectations for Kevin Kolb are high. Not only have the media and the fans set lofty goals for the new quarterback, but his coaches and teammates are as well. Many have expressed doubts about Kolb’s ability, citing his lack of game experience. However, this does not seem to worry Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt, as […]
  • Arizona Diamondbacks cautious about trade deadline

    It is no secret that the Arizona Diamondbacks want to improve their bullpen at the trade deadline. However, they are cautious in their pursuit and do not want to give away too much. #mlb The #Dbacks, interested in Toronto relievers until they were all traded, wisely unwilling to mortgage future for middle relief marketless than […]
  • Kevin Kolb ready to take the reins in Arizona

    OK, so maybe taking over as the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals will only be the second toughest thing Kevin Kolb has done recently. An avid hunter, the newest Cardinal used to use a knife, rather than a gun, to take down his prey. But, he said his days of hand-to-hand combat are over, […]
  • Media reactions to Kevin Kolb trade

    The Kevin Kolb trade has been highly publicized and criticized. Some think Kevin Kolb is the right man for the job, others think he will not pan out and some think that the Cardinals paid too much no matter how he performs. Here at Arizonasports.com, we compiled a list of various reactions from major media […]
  • History does not favor Arizona Cardinals, Kevin Kolb

    Kevin Kolb has been hyped as the savior of Arizona Cardinals football. The attention revolving around Kolb’s arrival in the Valley was tremendous and people seem to be expecting a lot of the first year Cardinal. While Kolb has shown promise and potential throughout his tenure in Philadelphia, there is often a learning curve, especially […]
  • Kurt Warner unsure of Kevin Kolb trade

    The jury is still out on the Kevin Kolb trade. Some are for it, some are against it and some are withholding judgment. Among those withholding judgment is former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner. “I don’t think we know that yet because we’ve seen Kevin Kolb play really well, we’ve seen him make a lot of […]
  • ESPN Insider: [Kolb] is better than Matt Schaub

    We’re heard what everyone in Arizona has to say about the Kevin Kolb deal — literally they’ve been commenting, tweeting and texting since yesterday — but what is the feeling out of Philadelphia? It might not be as celebratory as some would think. Eagles guru and ESPN NFL analyst Sal Paolantonio was a guest on […]
  • Seahawks show Alan Branch the money, he takes it

    The Cardinals traded up to draft Michigan defensive lineman Alan Branch in 2007. It took four seasons, but he finally started to flash the ability that convinced coach Ken Whisenhunt he was worth moving up to get. And now his career will continue in a place that is not Arizona. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, […]
  • Cardinals and Malcom Floyd share mutual interest

    Everyone knows Kevin Kolb will throw the ball to Larry Fitzgerald, but the Cardinals are hoping to find another receiver to replace Steve Breaston. According to reports, Malcom Floyd is interested in joining the Arizona Cardinals which has both Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug Franz and Ron Wolfley excited. “I want the Cardinals to overspend and […]
  • Reactions to Kevin Kolb trade are mixed

    Kevin Kolb is finally a Cardinal, but the discussion does not end. The acquisition of Kolb has shifted the debate from who the Cardinals should get at quarterback to did they pay too much for a signal caller. “I think they paid too much and I know it doesn’t matter,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug Franz […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Rick Knickle eager to begin his job

    Rick Knickle is eager to start his new job as Director of Amateur Scouting for the Coyotes and eager to put his stamp on the team’s development system. “As far as prospects go, I think they’re on the right track and they have some good pieces,” Knickle told me on Thursday morning. “I’m looking to […]
  • Cardinals pursuing Eagles linebacker

    Kevin Kolb for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a 2nd round pick in 2012 may seem like an unbalanced trade. Kevin Kolb and Stewart Bradley for the same package? Doesn’t sound so bad, does it. Well, that wouldn’t exactly be the case, but it could work out that way for Arizona. Cards making a push for Eagles […]