Monday always has a bunch of Cardinals stories. Bruce Arians meets with the media and some players talk in the locker room. It wasn't a "victory Monday" because of the loss. The biggest takeaway is how the Cardinals are hurting right now.
Losses Give Cardinals Teaching Moment
Still in first place in the NFC, Arians calmly letting team know what needs to be fixed
Cards Sort Through Tyrann Mathieu, Jared Veldheer Injuries
Notebook: Several players' status unknown; Shaughnessy to play this week; Bishop cut
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Sunday’s game in a microcosm, said General Manager Steve Keim, came down to that 55-yard Steven Jackson run just a couple of plays into the game. It should have been for about five or six yards. Instead, Jackson rumbled all the way inside the Arizona 5-yard line, and Keim wasn’t thrilled to see how he got there.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Shaughnessy will be eased back into the outside linebacker rotation, which includes Alex Okafor, who is tied for the team lead with six sacks, Sam Acho, Marcus Benard and Lorenzo Alexander.
Christopher Harris analyzes Andre Ellington for Week 14.
The injuries continued to mount for the Arizona Cardinals on Monday.
On Friday, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Cooper was going to see more snaps but didn’t say how many. Cooper said the decision to play him more than the five snaps he had in Seattle was based on getting him more reps.
Coach Bruce Arians admitted the Cardinals' recent play is a concern as they try to hang onto their playoff spot, but he still believes the team will correct its problems.
It was just two weeks ago the Arizona Cardinals were 9-1 with the best record in the NFL and a three-game lead on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West. It seems like ages.
As the Arizona Cardinals have continued to struggle in the running game, many wondered why Jonathan Cooper was not given a shot.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians meets the media the day after every game, often times explaining injury situations as well as anything else he may have seen the day before.
The struggling Cardinals still lead the division by one game over hard-charging Seattle. Week 14 will be a pivotal one in the division, as Arizona returns home to face Kansas City and Seattle hits the road to take on the red-hot Philadelphia Eagles. San Francisco heads across the bay to play the Raiders and St. Louis will travel to Washington.
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim says quarterback Drew Stanton needs to play better.
Look at the yards per carry numbers. Ellington is averaging 3.3 yards. Stepfan Taylor is at 3.3. Jonathan Dwyer, in two games before running into legal problems similar to Rice's, averaged 3.2 yards. Marion Grice averages 2.6. It's not a running back problem.
St. Louis County police are claiming that the Rams apologized for five players who made the gesture prior to Sunday's game. The team's VP denies that.
We take a look at the standings and the NFL playoff picture following Monday's game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets.
At 7-5, the Ravens still have a chance to close in on a Wild Card spot and are adamant they remain undistracted by the now-reinstated Ray Rice.
At long last, Johnny Football gets his first real action in the NFL. For the Browns, there's no going back to Brian Hoyer in the final quarter of the season.
We've witnessed his breaking point.
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Meanwhile, Nick Foles' broken clavicle needs more time to heal.
A letter sent to the NFLPA states the league is willing to allow someone other than the commissioner to rule on player conduct cases, though it still insists appeal decisions should rest with Roger Goodell.
St. Louis police want five Rams players punished for their pre-game gesture on Sunday, but the league is staying out of it.