Congratulations to Aeneas Williams, who (finally) punched his Hall of Fame ballot. The only Cardinals' player drafted by the Arizona club, Williams becomes the 12th Cardinal elected to the Hall. The NFL winds up its season today as well, with the big one airing at 4:30 Arizona time, in case you somehow forgot. If it's not too painful, relive the Cardinals' own Super Bowl run from five seasons ago.
Aeneas Williams Elected To Hall Of Fame
Perennial Pro Bowl cornerback becomes first Cardinal in Hall to be drafted in Arizona.
Aeneas Williams' HOF nod speaks for itself
The third time was the charm.
Aeneas deserves his Hall call
It was great news Saturday when Aeneas Williams was elected to the Hall of Fame. He was deserving, and it was good to see that his talent and performance over the years wasn’t tossed aside because his teams rarely won much.
Arizona Cardinals Now Five Years Removed From Super Bowl
It’s definitely not my favorite memory, those last couple of minutes of Super Bowl XLIII. Everything leading up to those two minutes for the Arizona Cardinals though seemed like a fairy tale.
The Five: Biggest 'what ifs' in Arizona Cardinals history
What are some of the other big "what ifs" in Cardinals history? In this edition of "The Five," I break down some of the biggest.
Bruce Arians: LT 'not the most glaring need'
A left tackle might not be as high on the Arizona Cardinals' wish list come free agency, as most people think.
Looking Back Game-By-Game
The journey of the Cardinals' 10-6 season, one week at a time
Patrick Peterson Enjoyed New Pro Bowl
The format was different for the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl last Sunday in Hawaii and Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson really enjoyed it.
Patrick Peterson awaiting Arizona Cardinals' move
“As soon as the GM [Steve Keim] and [director of football administration] Mike Disner , and all those guys want to start talking, we’re definitely wide open for it,” Peterson said.
The party reportedly cost $500,000 out of a $5 million budget secured by Andrew Cuomo and the Host Committee to promote New York, New Jersey and the Super Bowl, ostensibly. Whatever this was, it was on the taxpayers.
Strippers, the Super Bowl, and why entertainment should be enough - SBNation.com
When asked a question about strippers, Richard Sherman said women can be anything they want and to not limit themselves. Susan Shepard explains that stripping is a job and it's OK, and the entertainment is enough.
A guide to alternate Super Bowl storylines - SBNation.com
The Super Bowl should be a good game. But this is not the only Super Bowl that could've been, or the best one. For instance...
Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014 class: Ray Guy, Michael Strahan, Andre Reed among enshrinees - SBNation.com
The NFL has announced its class of 2014 for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including linebacker Derrick Brooks and Ray Guy, the first-ever punter to make it.
NFL awards: Peyton Manning wins MVP, Luke Kuechly DPOY - SBNation.com
To little surprise, Peyton Manning won his fifth MVP. Luke Kuechly added Defensive Player of the Year to his resume.
Choose your own adventure: Help Mike Shanahan bring a Super Bowl to Denver - SBNation.com
The year is 2004. You are Mike Shanahan, and you have ten years to get the Broncos to the Super Bowl any way you can.