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When he was carted off the field, it looked like the worst of scenarios for cornerback Antonio Cromartie.
The Cardinals know what's at stake this month and they know it won't be easy. They started December with a win over the Chiefs, but they know everything is intensified for an NFL team with playoff aspirations.
Kent Somers looks back at what we learned in the Arizona Cardinals' 17-14 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said the challenge of Thursday night games is even greater for the road team.
If Cromartie can’t play against the Rams, Justin Bethel or Jerraud Powers will take his place in the starting lineup. When Cromartie left Sunday’s game against Kansas City in the fourth quarter, Bethel filled in at outside corner while Powers remained as Arizona’s nickel corner.
The Arizona Cardinals added another injury in Sunday's win over the Kansas City Chiefs. That increased the amount of injuries suffered in a game that have either cost players time, sent them to IR, or just were significant enough for coach Bruce Arians to mention to at least 22.
On the day they placed running back Andre Ellington on injured reserve, the Arizona Cardinals signed veteran safety Chris Clemons to take his roster spot Monday.
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St. Louis has not only won their last two contests, they've notched back-to-back shutouts over the Oakland Raiders and Washington Redskins. It's the first time they've blanked consecutive opponents since 1945.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for Thursday Night Football, Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams style.
The Seahawks are rolling, the Rams are trolling and everything else that matters from a busy Sunday of NFL action.
Rough times in San Francisco.
Seattle's slog through the post-championship doldrums is over. Pete Carroll's team outpaced the Eagles for another big win this week.
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This will end well.
Jeff Fisher hasn't done much with the bounty of picks the Rams got from the RG3 trade, but he did send all of them out for the coin toss before their game at FedEx Field.
Elsewhere, the Bills release receiver Mike Williams.
LeSean McCoy details his story of growing up in Harrisburg, Pa., and how that shaped him to eventually become one of the NFL's most dynamic running backs.
Newton's Superman celebration touched off an ugly shoving match in the New Orleans-Carolina game Sunday.
Josh Gordon finished with just two receptions for 15 yards against the Indianapolis Colts.
Sunday's NFL action featured a number of key injuries that affected both the NFL landscape and playoff fates for fantasy football owners across the nation. Here is SB Nation medical expert Dr. Ali Mohamadi's Monday morning injury update from Week 14.
Miami appears to be coming apart at the seams.
The Falcons' offense was impressive, but couldn't keep pace with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers with Green Bay walking away with a 43-37 victory on Monday night.