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One-time "quarterback of the future" to start for Browns as current Cards' QB rolls
Notes: Browns LB Dansby was the first; Incentives in reach for Chris Johnson; Six starters hurt
A breakdown of the game-sealing interception by the Cardinals safety
Josh McCown took the long road to long career
"We're trying to get him well instead of aggravating him," coach Bruce Arians said. "Hopefully, we'll get him well."
Cardinals running back Chris Johnson's controversial 62-yard run Monday night against the Ravens was the ninth-longest of his career.
FOX Sports Arizona's Jody Jackson and FOX Sports 910's Mike Jurecki break down what to expect in between the Cardinals and Browns on Sunday in Cleveland.
There’s some confusion in the locker room as to what position Bucannon actually plays. Is he a safety, or is he a linebacker?
"I usually don’t count on rookies until after Thanksgiving in a major role. He’s (Golden) proven to exceed the expectations," Arians said. "He’s a mature player. He’s a mature person, so he’s exceeded those expectations in that he can handle the volume of defense that we’re putting on him and not make a bunch of mental errors."
Every week we will catch up with one Arizona Cardinals player and give our listeners the opportunity to submit questions to be answered on video. Submitting a question is easy, head on over to @AZSports on Twitter and tweet as many questions as you can think of. The best ones will make the cut! This week features Arizona Cardinals, Deone Bucannon (@deonebucannon20). This is Four Downs.
Carolina defensive tackle Kawann Short is on fire with five sacks in his last two games, including three in a 27-16 win over the Eagles. That's the kind of performance that earns a player Stephen White's Hoss of the Week award.
Manning deserves his share of the blame for Denver's offensive struggles, but there's more than enough to go around.
The San Francisco 49ers are approaching a crossroads with their starting quarterback. Colin Kaepernick's future appears in doubt, and there are indications the writing could already be on the wall.
DeAngelo Williams and William Gay received fines for not raising cancer and domestic violence awareness in the league-mandated ways.
Vincent Jackson suffered a knee injury in Week 7 and did not return.
About $4 million per year is donated to help former NFL players with medical expenses and financial hardship.