2014 Staff Pics - Best of Jon Hayward
The Arizona Cardinals broadcast team chooses their best highlights from the 2014 season. Producer/videographer Jon Hayward displays his best work.
Bruce Arians At The Mic
Cardinals coach has another year of memorable quotes
Cardinals Blogs | New DC could impact Cardinals on the nose
Ed Stinson and veteran Tommy Kelly can play inside but it is Williams and/or Ta’amu who are the true nose tackles on the roster for now. Someone will need to be there in May too. If it isn’t Williams, can it be Ta’amu? Or someone else?
Cardinals President Michael Bidwill said new deals for Bruce Arians, Steve Keim are "on my radar."
“I’m sure we’ll get it worked out,” Bidwill said. “We’ve had a couple of conversations that I think were productive so we’ll continue those discussions or at least (general manager) Steve Keim and his agent will.”
Thanks to a clause in the collective bargaining agreement signed in 2011, Arizona Cardinals right tackle Bobby Massie became almost a million dollars richer next season.
With the Arizona Cardinals' loss in the playoffs still fresh in their memories, it’s time to review the 2014 season, while previewing 2015. Over the next 11 installments, I’ll look back, and then ahead, at every position for the Cardinals.
No coach is, of course, but we did some number-crunching and a found a few noteworthy negatives.
Of the many story lines surrounding the Arizona Cardinals as they head into the offseason, the one that is dominating the headlines -- at least early on -- is Larry Fitzgerald's contract.
Mendenhall retired, Ellington's role increased, others were brought in and the Cardinals took a step back in 2014, finishing 31st with just 1,308 yards.
If you pulled out the Magic 8-ball and asked it if former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau was going to end up with the Arizona Cardinals, it would probably answer, 'Signs point to yes.'
Another Arizona Cardinals coach is heading to the Big Apple.
The Colts offense is a more complete, more threatening group with running back Boom Herron in the lineup. Danny Kelly heads to the film room for a closer look.
It's not fair that I'm not offended by what Earl Thomas said.
The Seahawks are favored to win the NFC Championship this weekend. For that to happen, they'll have to contain Aaron Rodgers with a smart pass rush, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.
Retreads may be tiresome, but at least we know who they are. Who are these first-timers anyways?
Fox did not wait long for his next head coaching gig, latching on with the Bears.
Maybe we can all find something else to get super worked up about?