Cardinals Blogs | The Greenbrier haunting Tony Jefferson
Tony Jefferson didn’t come to The Greenbrier expecting ghosts or a haunted room, but he insists he heard a voice — "a little girl voice" — whispering something that first night. "The lights haven’t been off since," the safety said (with teammate Patrick Peterson laughing in the background.)
Defense more interested in consistent pressure, turnovers than gaudy sack totals
Notes: Cardinals led league in yards per rush; Iupati sits out practice; Halting no-huddle
Minter grew up in his second NFL season, and his credit for doing so goes to former Cardinals linebacker and current inside linebackers assistant coach Larry Foote.
Cardinals' practice squad DE talks about the Olympics and his many other accomplishments
Although he plays safety in the Cardinals' base defense, Tyrann Mathieu has proven to be a force as a slot cornerback
Staying in 'haunted' Greenbrier is giving Arizona Cardinals players a pack mentality.
Between keeping his team together at a plush West Virginia resort for a week, and preparing for a very tough opponent in the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, quarterback Carson Palmer says his head coach, Bruce Arians, really doesn’t have a whole lot of time to focus on his return to his old stomping grounds.
Dwight Freeney was so unsure about his playing future in the NFL that he was this close to retiring.
"I’ve been in the visiting side of that locker room about, oh gosh, eight times," Arians said. I’ve been in both sides of that locker room. So yeah, it’s just another game on the schedule."
Legend has it the ghost of Zona Heaster, who in 1897 was murdered in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, haunts the resort that opened in 1778.
Two years ago, when Bruce Arians was preparing the Arizona Cardinals for a matchup with the Indianapolis Colts, the coach compared playing against the team he led as the interim boss the previous season to playing your brother in the backyard.
Should Veldheer get hurt and miss time, the options on the roster to replace him would be Earl Watford, who began the season as the team’s starting right tackle, veteran Bradley Sowell and rookie D.J. Humphries.
But NFL.com’s Gil Brandt ranks the Arizona offense fourth in the NFL, all after writing 302 glowing words about every Cardinal offensive contributor. Brandt likes what he sees from Carson Palmer, Chris Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald and coach Bruce Arians.
The Titans almost had an underdog win against the Bills all sewn up, and they threw it all away in the fourth quarter with the dumbest play call of the season. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White takes a closer look at some really bad football.
Martin O'Malley was smart enough to sit down with PFT Commenter to discuss Joe Flacco.
Ryan Tannehill is trapped in a football nightmare, and a Madden glitch is his only way out.
Who can blame him? The receiver is electric and if he wants more chances, give them to him.
There were six undefeated teams heading into Week 6, but the Falcons were the first to fall, leaving five. So when will the streak end for the five remaining undefeated teams?
Coleman was arrested Thursday morning and is being held without bail.
No, Peyton Manning is not going to be benched.
Halloween has already started.