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  • Cleveland not interested in Kolb

    The Kevin Kolb sweepstakes just got a little less crowded. Cleveland Browns’ General Manager Tom Heckert confirmed a Cleveland Plain Dealer report that the Browns are not interested in acquiring Kevin Kolb and will move on with Colt McCoy, Senaca Wallace and Jake Delhomme. Heckert and the Browns were linked to Kolb because Heckert drafted […]
  • Cardinals secondary unable to tackle

    Broken tackles, although not calculated in traditional stat sheets, can be the difference between a five-yard completion and a 50-yard touchdown pass. The inability to wrap up a ball carrier and allow the opposing offense to get extra yards can quickly turn a good or average defense into a bad one. Footballoutsiders.com recently took at […]
  • Towers: We can contend now

    Not many people saw it coming, plenty more still do not believe it, but the Arizona Diamondbacks are playoff contenders and will likely be buyers at the July 31, trade deadline. “The resources are there,” D-backs General Manager Kevin Towers told Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf. “It’s just about making sure we are a […]
  • Towers thinks Bauer is Major League ready

    In what was one of the deepest MLB Drafts of the past few years, the Arizona Diamondbacks came away with a plethora of new pitching talent. It is still unknown as to whether Archie Bradley will sign with the Diamondbacks or play football at the University of Oklahoma, but the D-backs front office is excited […]
  • The Cardinals need the next Tommy Maddox

    You can’t start a fire You can’t start a fire without a spark This gun’s for hire even if we’re just dancing in the dark ~Bruce Springsteen, Dancing in the Dark Those lyrics from the Boss’ 1984 hit pretty much sum up all the news that has emerged about the Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback search. Thanks […]
  • Suns to workout Marshon Brooks

    As we move closer to the NBA draft, teams are starting to narrow down their draft boards and host player workouts. While the Suns have been very secretive about their draft day strategy, Marshon Brooks told arizonasports.com’s Bryan Gibberman and NBA Draft Insider’s Kristofer Habbas that he will work out for the Suns late next […]
  • MoMo Jones lands with Iona Gaels

    The second it was announced guard MoMo Jones was planning on transferring speculation as to where he would go started to swirl. Though St. John’s was the early favorite, it was not his school of choice. Iona just picked up a huge commitment in Arizona transfer Momo Jones, according to a source.less than a minute […]
  • Suns owner may be hitting the books

    Could you be able to buy a book on business along side a Steve Nash jersey this fall at the US Airways Center? Probably not, but one of the stakeholders in the Phoenix Suns will more than likely have a part in selling you something to read in the near future. That’s because according to […]
  • Wildcats add a quarterback to 2012 class

    The University of Arizona has added a quarterback to their 2012 recruiting class. Nate Sudfeld, a 6-foor-5, 220 pound quarterback from Modesto Christian High School in Modesto, Calif. committed to the Wildcats. Sudfeld is the fourth player, and second quarterback, to commit to UA’s 2012 class and chose the Wildcats over other Pac-12 schools Stanford, […]
  • KTAR in Mercury Media Challenge

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  • Are the Cardinals at the top of Hasselbeck’s list?

    Who will lineup under center for the Arizona Cardinals? It’s a question that has been asked more times than “what’s the meaning of life?” with even less clarity on what the answer actually is. Wednesday Sports Illustrated’s Peter King took his shot at shedding some light on that quandry and brought up a familiar name. […]
  • Film to cover Nash from different angle

    Phoenix Suns fans may think they know Steve Nash, but they’re about to get a whole new perspective on the point guard. “Nash,” a documentary set to be released in late 2011/early 2012, will give fans an inside look into the two-time MVP’s life. According to Suns.com, though, it almost didn’t happen. “He was a […]
  • ESPN analyst thinks Kerry Wood perfect fit for D-backs

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are believed to be in the market for a reliever that can lock down the seventh inning of games and protect a lead. One ESPN analyst thinks Chicago Cubs’ Kerry Wood would be an excellent addition for the Diamondbacks. “That would be a perfect fit there. It makes more than […]
  • D-backs select 29 players on second draft day

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks announced that they selected an additional 16 pitchers in rounds 2-30 of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft today, according to D-backs’ Director, Scouting Ray Montgomery. The D-backs drafted right-handed pitchers Trevor Bauer and Archie Bradley with the third and seventh picks, respectively, yesterday, as well as left-handed pitcher Andrew […]
  • Coyotes part ways with goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov

    Afraid they would not be able to re-sign the goaltender, the Phoenix Coyotes traded the negotiating rights for Ilya Bryzgalov to the Philadelphia Flyers. “After several discussions with Ilya and his agent, it became very clear to us that we were not in a position to sign Ilya to a long-term contract,” said Coyotes GM […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald is more than a football player

    Larry Fitzgerald is known for a lot of things, such as his amazing ability to snatch footballs from the air like a frog grabs a fly, his long flowing hair and his affable nature. One thing Fitzgerald doesn’t get nearly enough attention for is the great work he does for charities across the country. Whether […]
  • Throwback Bauer could contribute soon for D-backs

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks first round selection Trevor Bauer could be making an impact for the Major League team sooner than expected. The third overall pick of the 2011 MLB Draft believes he can get big-league hitters out. “Confidence-wise I’m sure I can do it. I’m fully confident I can be competitive against Major […]
  • D-backs pick Bauer is different and that’s fine

    Trevor Bauer, who the D-backs picked with the third overall selection in the 2011 MLB Draft, is a little unconventional. From the time he takes the mound each inning and throws his first warmup selection to every pitch he throws, he’s just a little…different. And that’s fine, according to the Sports Interactive crew. “This guy’s […]
  • Gibson, Vasquez suspended following Sunday’s ejections

    When Esmerling Vasquez hit Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa in the top of the 8th inning Sunday, both he and manager Kirk Gibson were ejected. A warning had been issued to both clubs earlier in the game, meaning if an umpire felt a pitcher threw at a hitter he and his skipper would be kicked […]
  • Fitzgerald eases fears while giving away leverage

    Larry Fitzgerald knows the Arizona Cardinals need to improve. After going 5-11 last season, so does everyone else. However, as has often been a theme of this off-season, concerns that today’s decisions could affect the Pro Bowler’s future in Arizona were brought up. Fitzgerald, though, pretty much said the plan is to stay in Arizona. […]