Finally, Recognition For Calais Campbell
Defensive end has earned respect of his fellow Pro Bowlers over the years
Calais Campbell plans to repair sports hernia next month - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
Campbell said he will have surgery to repair a sports hernia the first week of February, putting it off until his season was completely over.
They were teammates for just one season at LSU, but that was all New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. needed to develop a respect for Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu that's still strong four years later.
With the Arizona Cardinals' loss in the playoffs still fresh in their memories, it’s time to review the 2014 season, while also previewing 2015. Over the next 11 installments, I’ll look back, and then ahead, at every position for the Cardinals.
Cornerbacks Patrick Peterson, Antonio Cromartie, defensive end Calais Campbell and special teamer Justin Bethel will represent the Cardinals at Sunday's Pro Bowl in Glendale.
If the Arizona Cardinals ultimately decide cornerback Antonio Cromartie is not part of their plans going forward, chances are it will be more of a financial decision than anything else.
Arizona's special teams were not always special. The Cardinals ranked dead last in kickoff return average (19.0), but 9th in punt return average (10.7).
They don't have a fun nickname, but the Patriots also have one of the league's best secondaries thanks to safety Devin McCourty, the linchpin of the group.
We are in the golden age of takes. So either lead, follow or get the hell out of the way.
Practices in Mobile, Ala. have concluded, and several players put in a good week that could ultimately bump up their draft status.
Colts general manager Ryan Grigson confirmed today that running back Trent Richardson was suspended two games by the Colts for personal reasons.
An ESPN story exposes Johnny Manziel as immature and unprepared for his rookie season.
The NFL came down hard on a player who appeared to only shake Marshawn Lynch's hand.
The league confirmed that game balls used by the Patriots were under-inflated and pledged to discover why that was.
This likely explains Baltimore's plan to release their defensive tackle.