Cardinals Blogs | After Greenbrier, Friday before the Steelers
"Coach did a good job of taking care of us earlier this week," safety Rashad Johnson said. "We’re going to be fine."
Cardinals' broadcaster did Syracuse play-by-play when the stars dueled in college
Notes: Safety has flourished since finger injury; Iupati should play against Steelers
While staying at the Greenbrier, Bruce Arians and a few players had dinner with golf greats Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino.
Heading into Pittsburgh, the Cardinals' backfield is averaging an NFL-best 4.96 yards per carry -- compared with a league worst 3.29 last year.
What a difference a year can make when it comes to the Arizona Cardinals and their running game. Last season, they were next to last in the NFL in rushing yards per game (81.8), and they were dead last in the league in rushing yards per play (3.29).
"I kind of like this. It’s kind of tight. We get to bond more with our teammates and stuff," Jefferson said. "At the same time, I do miss my son, but it’s all part of it."
For as long as most of their fans can remember, the Arizona Cardinals have had a hard time running the ball. So far this year, that's not been the case.
Revenge will be on the team’s mind and that has Sunday’s game at No. 2 on NFL.com’s Adam Schein’s nine revenge-infused games in Week 6.
Over at Grantland.com, Bill Barnwell created an "NFL All-Surprise Team," and a pair of Cardinals made the list.
SB Nation NFL contributors Danny Kelly and Stephen White discuss the teams at the bottom of the pile and the coaches who helped put them there.
It's the most generic, worst piece of radio copy I've ever heard.
The Browns quarterback was not arrested or charged with anything.
Michael Bennett drew his third fine of the 2015 season for needlessly picking on Andy Dalton.
The guys gave back to Miller's charity in the amount of the NFL fine.