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  • In ranking QBs, Kevin Kolb is near the bottom

    Kevin Kolb has completed 129 of 227 passes for 1,706 yards with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions in his first seven games as a Cardinal, numbers that don’t exactly put him among the NFL’s elite. However, in a season that has been highlighted by incredible offensive displays and quality QB play, Kolb’s struggles put him […]
  • Sarver, Suns hanging nets but not playing games

    Today was supposed to be game one. Instead it was day one of a community outreach initiative called “Operation Orange Nets”. The Suns—rather than opening the 2011-2012 season, were at Excelencia School in Phoenix Wednesday morning to promote active and healthy lifestyles. “Can’t talk about the lockout. Can’t talk about the lockout. That’s not for […]
  • Are the Cardinals worse than last year?’s very own Mark Asher penned a column today that pointed out the things that he now knows about the 2011 NFL season. The first item was this: The AZ Cardinals are a worse football team this year than they were last year. I got to thinking…is he right? Certainly we can point at the […]
  • Devils at Rose Bowl and Week 10 in the Pac-12

    The calendar turns to November, the month where a lot will be determined in the Pac-12. The bad part is that none of it will be determined this week. It’s a full slate of games in the conference for the second straight week, but none of them are all that exciting on paper. In fact, […]
  • Misses in the draft are costing the Cardinals

    It’s no secret the draft can lay the foundation for a successful football team, provided it nets an organization quality players year after year. That the Cardinals are struggling now should be no surprise, as the team has not landed enough impact players in recent years. According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, mistakes […]
  • D-backs Gerardo Parra wins Gold Glove award

    PHOENIX – Arizona Diamondbacks’ outfielder Gerardo Parra has been named the 2011 Rawlings Gold Glove Award recipient for National League leftfielder. The award recognizes the best defensive players at their respective positions as voted by Major League Baseball managers and coaches. Parra, 24, is the third D-backs player to win a Gold Glove Award joining […]
  • Analyst believes D-backs have holes to fill in offseason

    PHOENIX – With the 2011 season now firmly in the rear view mirror, the Arizona Diamondbacks will begin to address holes on their roster in the offseason. ESPN analyst Keith Law believes the team can improve their roster in a couple different areas including starting pitching. “I would not want to see them roll Joe […]
  • ASU won’t let L.A. be a distraction

    No one likes it when their plane arrives late. Friday though Dennis Erickson will insist on it. He wants a late—or later, arrival into Los Angeles to avoid the distractions that come with the nation’s second-largest city. “I think it can be a distraction if you let it be,” said Erickson. “We won’t let it […]
  • Is Fitzgerald’s contract handcuffing Cardinals?

    There is no doubt whom the “face of the franchise” is for the Arizona Cardinals. It’s Larry Fitzgerald. Not only is Fitzgerald one of the most talented and feared wide receivers in the league, but he’s also very visible as the Cardinals’ ambassador to the community. It’s for those reasons that general manager Rod Graves […]
  • Should it be Kolb or Skelton Sunday against the Rams?

    Kevin Kolb suffered a turf toe injury Sunday in Baltimore, putting his Week 8 start at home against the Rams in jeopardy. The QB, who has passed for 1,706 yards, eight touchdowns and eight interceptions this season, would be replaced by second-year pro John Skelton, who started four games for the team last year, winning […]
  • Cardinals bring back the Juggernaut, Reagan Maui’a

    The Cardinals, dinged up after their loss to the Ravens Sunday, needed to find a fullback to replace the injured Anthony Sherman. Enter the Juggernaut, but maybe not for a few weeks. Sports agent Andy Simms tweeted that the Reagan Maui’a has re-signed with the team, though he is suspended for three games due to […]
  • Darnell Dockett talked, didn’t really deliver

    Darnell Dockett, never one to really mince words, may have stuck his foot in his mouth, so to speak. The defensive lineman, who has not exactly dominated this season, tweeted last week, saying: I’m back in that kitchen with pyrex Vision!!! I gave 6games to give the other cats some now its time to give […]
  • Cards o-line could face Long afternoon

    The Arizona Cardinals have allowed 24 quarterback sacks in their first seven games this season, a mark that’s the 5th- worst in the league. Quarterback Kevin Kolb has been bludgeoned on a weekly basis, and now his status for Sunday’s game against St. Louis is in doubt with a case of turf toe he suffered […]
  • Kolb taking toe injury ‘day-by-day’

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb suffered a turf toe injury early on in Sunday’s matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. Kolb said that he was taking the injury day-by-day as he waits for more of the swelling to go down and hopefully more movement. The injury could affect the way Kolb throws the ball but nothing […]
  • Dockett: Only Cardinals are beating themselves

    Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett believes his team is competing at a high level and has faith they will turn things around. “At the end of the day we have a lot of football left,” Dockett said. “We win one or two in a row and this whole thing will turn around but right […]
  • Cardinals not going to make changes just for the sake of it

    Don’t expect any major changes to the Cardinals depth chart in the coming weeks ahead in the season. When you are 1-6, you search for answers that will solve some of the problems facing your team. Substituting in new players at the depth chart is a common place to start. “If there is a chance […]
  • Whisenhunt should not be fired anytime soon

    As the Cardinals continue to lose, the number of fans calling for head coach Ken Whisenhunt to be fired will surely grow. If you already consider yourself on the “fire Whisenhunt” bandwagon, you might want to get comfortable. Arizona Sports 620’s Doug Franz and Ron Wolfley share the opinion that Whisenhunt won’t be going anywhere […]
  • How does San Antonio on December 29th sound?

    Bowl eligibility. That phrase shouldn’t excite the fan base of any halfway decent college football program. Unless you haven’t sniffed that phrase in three years. The Arizona State Sun Devils reached bowl eligibility for the first time since 2007 with their 48-14 win over Colorado on Saturday night, meaning fans of the fork can start […]
  • D-backs pick up some options, see some players become free agents

    The Arizona Diamondbacks made a handful of roster moves Monday, exercising mutual options on Willie Bloomquist and Henry Blanco, while declining options for Zach Duke and Aaron Hill. Bloomquist declined the option, opting instead to become a free agent in hopes of signing a long-term deal with the team. The utility player hit .266 last […]
  • Could the Cardinals find O-line help in the 2012 draft?

    Clearly this season has not gone as planned for the Arizona Cardinals. The team stands at 1-6 with the 21st ranked offense and 29th ranked defense. Obviously there are plenty of holes to fill, and some could make the argument that almost every position needs an upgrade, but one glaring weakness the Cards possess is […]