The only surprise with the Cardinals' trade of Levi Brown is just how long it took the team to decide to move on. Well, two surprises: that they were able to trade him for anything instead of just releasing him. In other pleasant news, Dan Williams has returned to the team and is ready to get back to football.
Cardinals Move On From Levi Brown
Tackle traded to Steelers for conditional draft pick; Sowell starts at left tackle.
Steve Keim and Bruce Arians on Levi Brown trade
General Manager Steve Keim and Head Coach Bruce Arians talked to the media about the trade that sent offensive tackle Levi Brown to the Steelers for a conditional draft pick.
Arizona Cardinals turn to Bradley Sowell at left tackle
With the Oct. 2 trade that sent starting left tackle Levi Brown to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sowell will be asked to step into the starting lineup and protect quarterback Carson Palmer's blind side.
Cardinals seem too willing to heap all the blame on Brown
Levi Brown's poor play is undeniable. So is the organization's role in drafting and keeping him.
After Tragedy, Dan Williams Comes Back
The nose tackle was back with the Cardinals for the first time since his family’s tragic car accident en route to watch Williams and his teammate play in New Orleans, an accident that claimed the life of Williams’ father, Thomas.
First Quarter Offense Analysis
The offense, well, has been missing for the most part. The Cards offense showed up for the first half against the Rams, second half against the Lions, and fourth quarter of the Bucs game. That’s about it.
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