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  • Receivers are important to Kevin Kolb’s development

    The focus for most of the Cardinals offseason and training camp has been on the quarterback position and just how much Kevin Kolb can improve it. With that said, it may be the wide receivers who play the most important part in ensuring the signal caller’s success or failure. Larry Fitzgerald agrees and thinks it’s […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs score comeback win

    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 August 9, 2011: Diamondbacks 11, Astros 9 The Good: The Diamondbacks were down 7-1 in the fourth inning but refused to give up. They scored four runs in both the […]
  • Gibson: “My guess is we will bounce back”

    PHOENIX – Manager Kirk Gibson isn’t getting too worried over the Diamondbacks recent struggles. “In the past, we’ve had some tougher times and some streaks where we haven’t played well but we’ve always bounced back. My guess is we will bounce back,” said Gibson on Tuesday. Arizona has lost four of their last five games, […]
  • Cardinals not worried about No. 2 receiver

    There has been a lot of talk about who the Cardinals should get to be their No. 2 receiver. Braylon Edwards, Malcom Floyd and Randy Moss have all been mentioned, but the winner of the “race” may already be on the roster. “I’d say Andre [Roberts] right now just based on the way he finished […]
  • Kolb getting ready for Cardinals debut

    For the first time in an NFL game, Kevin Kolb will wear an Arizona Cardinals jersey. Kolb will get the start Thursday when the Cardinals play the Raiders in the preseason opener, though how many snaps he takes remains to be seen. “That’s a good question, I think we’ll just have to see what we […]
  • Kolb’s fit in Cardinals’ offense questioned

    Kevin Kolb appears to be a good fit with his coaches and teammates, but is he the right guy to run the Cardinals’ offense? According to ESPN’s Mike Sando, the jury is still out on that. Sports 620 KTAR’s Paul Calvisi doesn’t think the new QB will have any problems. “He has plenty of arm […]
  • Upton’s struggles reek of immaturity

    Baseball players go through ups and downs throughout the course of a season, and the D-backs’ Justin Upton is no exception. Coming off a road trip where he was simply dominant, Upton has gone 2-16 over the last four games, three of which the Diamondbacks have lost. While bad, his struggles at the plate aren’t […]
  • Reason for optimism with Adrian Wilson

    It was originally feared that Adrian Wilson’s biceps injury would force him to miss the entire 2011 season. Deciding to forego surgery, Wilson told teammates he’d play in Week 1 while his head coach, not confident in the Week 1 prediction, thinks his Pro-Bowler will return at some point this year. So does Sports 620 […]
  • Fan support should not affect D-backs on the field

    The Diamondbacks have been struggling lately both on the field and at the ticket office, but one should not be used as an excuse for the other. “Just don’t ask me to accept the lack of fan support as a reason why the Diamondbacks went out and played poorly,” Ron Wolfley said on Sports 620 […]
  • Think you’ll see Cam Newton Week 1 versus the Cardinals? Think again

    We know the Carolina Panthers are coming to University of Phoenix Stadium in Week 1 to take on the Arizona Cardinals. What we don’t know is who will lineup under center for them. While most people assumed Cardinals fans would get a chance to see No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton start his first NFL […]
  • One-on-one with the Cardinals’ Mike Leach

    The poor long-snapper. Only noticed when things go wrong, his job is as thankless as it is obscure. But times, they are a changin’. Mike Leach, who starts off every punt and field goal for the Cardinals, answered some questions for us via text message. So go ahead, don’t be afraid, step into the mind […]
  • Kennedy-Hudson the next great Arizona Diamondbacks pitching duo?

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have had some highly-esteemed pitching combinations in their short past and whispers are going around that they have found another in Ian Kennedy and Daniel Hudson. With names like Curt Schilling, Randy Johnson, Dan Haren and Brandon Webb flying around, both Kennedy and Hudson could see themselves joining some D-backs of purple […]
  • Adrian Wilson plays down bicep tendon tear talk

    If you talk to Arizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson, his torn bicep tendon is nothing more than a speed bump. “It doesn’t hurt, so I’ll see you guys September 11,” Wilson said to media after practice on Monday. It took numerous reporters to get him to even admit that he had a tear and he […]
  • Inside the Box: Hudson gets beat up early

    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 August 8, 2011: Astros 9, Diamondbacks 1 The Good: Well, there’s not a lot of good to talk about from Monday’s loss, but three players stood out among a dismal […]
  • A name for Cardinals to look at: Lee Evans

    The Arizona Cardinals missed out on Braylon Edwards and Malcom Floyd, and have shown little inclination to try and coax Randy Moss out of retirement. If at some point the team decides that they’ll need more at the wide receiver position, options will be available. “What about Lee Evans with the Buffalo Bills,” Dave Burns […]
  • Chase Field is going to the dogs

    The Dog Days of Summer? All booing of bad jokes aside, Chase Field will host its first-ever Bark at the Park Saturday, August 13 when the D-backs host the New York Mets. Presented by Starkweather Roofing, the cost is $20 per owner and $20 per dog. Five-dollars from each ticket will be donated to the […]
  • Lack of fans leads to lackluster play for D-backs

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are in the thick of the race for the NL West crown, yet their attendance at Chase Field has been far from impressive. The Diamondbacks drew 27,215 Friday, 33,239 Saturday and a paltry 25,575 Sunday. “You can’t tell me, in 162 games, that baseball players can bring it all the time,” Sports […]
  • Five impressions from the Red-White scrimmage

    The Arizona Cardinals held their annual Red-White scrimmage Saturday, an event seen by thousands of people, including Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf. The two made quite a few observations Saturday, but trimmed what they saw down to a list of the top five impressions. Number five was the amount of people who were there […]
  • Randy Moss to the Cardinals? Hmm…

    Kurt Warner thinks the Cardinals should look into signing the recently-retired Randy Moss. Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley, on the Doug and Wolf Show Monday, said he had five thoughts on the topic. “Number one though was, no, not in a million years,” he said. “Number two, Larry has a great relationship with Randy Moss, […]
  • Whisenhunt says Wilson will play this season

    “We do expect him to play for us this season, that’s one thing that is encouraging.” Those are the words of Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt, with regards to safety Adrian Wilson. Wilson, who tore a tendon in his bicep during Saturday’s Red-White scrimmage, told rookie Patrick Peterson he’s going to play Week 1 against […]