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Drew Stanton has filled in brilliantly for injured QB Carson Palmer. In fact, Adam Schein says this should become a permanent change for the Arizona Cardinals, who look like the NFC's second-best team.
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Running back Marion Grice very well could've been added to the 53-man roster.
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“We will look at trade options but why would teams want to trade guys who can rush the passer?” Keim asked rhetorically.
“Biggest thing is to get us fresh, get the minor injuries resolved so we can go full-speed (a week from today),” Arians siad.
This is all natural for a guy coming off major knee surgery to repair an ACL and LCL. Mathieu couldn’t argue with Arians’ assessment. On third downs (and one fourth down), Mathieu said, he was playing “a little lackadaisical” in his technique.
“There’s no doubt he was sliding and that could have ended his career, that hit,” Arians said. “But he’s extremely tough.
During his Monday news conference following Arizona's 23-14 win against the San Francisco 49ers, coach Bruce Arians said the Cardinals will focus on young players this week before preparing for Denver on Oct. 5.
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Kent Somers looks back at the Arizona Cardinals' 23-14 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
Despite myriad personnel losses, the Cardinals defense still ranks among the NFL's best in scoring and overall defense.
Near section 409 in the upper level of University of Phoenix Stadium more than a dozen fans exchanged punches that eventually led to people being pushed down stairs.
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.
Just three weeks into the 2014 NFL season, the legend of Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver John Brown continues to grow.
Chicago started strong, the Jets rallied, but the Bears held on to win a tight game in New York. With the win, Chicago improves to 2-1 while New York drops to 1-2.
The Baltimore Ravens refuted an "Outside the Lines" report on Monday that detailed the team's knowledge and handling of Ray Rice's domestic violence incident that was caught on surveillance video.
Let's hear it for the state of Florida, our nation's chief importer of losses and exporter of points.
From Roger Goodell's widely panned press conference to the debut of Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater, it's been a wild week in the NFL. Who better than the ultimate fan to break it all down?
The Baltimore Ravens released statements from various employees refuting the "Outside the Lines" report from ESPN.
The Broncos kept the Super Bowl rematch much closer. It only made the final result more painful.
Three teams have shown an acute phobia for scoring touchdowns in the second half. The SB Nation epidemiology department has a look under the hood at this and other epidemics plaguing teams.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin declined to name Ryan Tannehill the starter for next week's game against the Raiders.
Sunday left us wondering which teams are the AFC's best. In the NFC, the 3-0 Cards and Eagles are getting hard to overlook. The SB Nation NFL team tackles those teams and two rookie QB debuts.