Time to start off another week with some links. Not really a lot to post today, I have the video of A-Dub in the NFL Network top 100 list and the thing about Calais Campbell wanting to be a comedy writer along with someone asking Sando about trading PP7 to Philly for Kolb (Which is a stupid idea in my opinion). After that, not much else. For the ASU fans there is a thing about Lawrence Guy in here.
And continuing with the rotation of QB pictures, we are really scraping the bottom of the barrel today with Brian St. Pierre. The Cardinals have been linked to everyone else already, why not him?Cardinals News:
Mailbag: Proposed Cardinals trade for Kolb - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Andrew from Menlo Park, Calif., thinks trading Arizona Cardinals first-round pick Patrick Peterson to Philadelphia for quarterback Kevin Kolb would make "perfect sense" given each team's needs and recent drafting.
Podcast: Calais Campbell as comedy writer - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell joins John Kincade for a "Lockout Look-in" to talk about spending his free time interning with Will Ferrell at FunnyOrDie.com. "I want to actually write movies and maybe a TV show, but I would like to be on-screen a bit and act as well," Campbell told Kincade.
Arizona Sports News:
Arizona Diamondbacks fall to Padres, Cantu in San Diego
the pitch to the Padres' Jorge Cantu in the first inning was up and inside could not be disputed. Neither could the fact that it wound up devastating the Diamondbacks on Sunday afternoon. But where it was supposed to go and whether it was a mistake, those were viewpoints still being sorted out inside the visitors' clubhouse in the aftermath of the Padres' 4-3 win at Petco Park, an outcome that sent the Diamondbacks to their first series loss since the last time they ventured out on the road.
Phoenix Coyotes acquire Ethan Werek from New York Rangers
The Phoenix Coyotes acquired junior center Ethan Werek from the New York Rangers on Sunday in exchange for Swedish center Oscar Lindberg.
DT Guy goes from special ed to NFL - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Lawrence Guy is smart. You know this because in the spring semester of last year he got a GPA of nearly 3.5 in his classes at Arizona State, which allowed Guy, then a defensive tackle on the football team, to wear a patch on his jersey distinguishing him as one of the school’s "Scholar Ballers." You know this too because when he grows comfortable with someone and his shyness falls away, the words spill out in torrents and his eyes shine bright. And then you see why his former football position coach, a grizzled-sounding man now working in the NFL, calls him "a great kid." And why the academic counselor and learning coach for the ASU football, a warm, motherly kind of woman, smiles at him and always says: "They broke the mold when they made you."
The Los Angeles Lakers sweep should be wake up call for Phoenix Suns - ArizonaSports.com
For only the second time in the last twelve seasons the NBA's Western Conference Finals won't include the San Antonio Spurs or Los Angeles Lakers. The Spurs lost in the first round to the eighth seeded Memphis Grizzlies. The Lakers got swept in the second round by the Dallas Mavericks and got beat by 34-points in the final game of the series. I should be happy. Heck, jubilant. Yet somehow I'm not.
Report: NFL teams tampering with undrafteds - ESPN
Six NFL agents told Pro Football Weekly that teams contacted them in regard to their clients who weren't drafted. The agents spoke to the publication on the condition of anonymity.
Report: NFL mulls having WADA handle drug testing - ESPN
The New York Times is reporting that the NFL is considering having the World Anti-Doping Agency oversee testing of players for performance-enhancing drugs if a federal appeals court forces the league to end the lockout.
NFL: Five-for-one trades are risky - ESPN
The last time a team made a huge draft-day deal for a young receiver, it didn't work out, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
Mark Herzlich will bypass UFL | ProFootballTalk
After going undrafted by the NFL, Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich wasn’t a top-50 pick in the UFL’s draft for one big reason: Teams assumed he would pursue an NFL career first. They were right.
Marcus Cannon opens up about his cancer diagnosis | ProFootballTalk
In a new interview of Cannon, conducted by Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, Cannon opens up about his diagnosis.
Tennessee Titans like what they have in rookie quarterback Jake Locker - Peter King - SI.com
Titans are convinced they can make Jake Locker a more accurate quarterback Why Ryan Mallett could be more valuable to the Patriots than previously thought Quotes of the Week, Stat of the Week, 10 Things I Think I Think and more