Cardinals Blogs | Palmer leads Cards’ final Pro Bowl list
Quarterback Carson Palmer was the top vote-getter for the Cardinals now that the public part of Pro Bowl voting has ended. Palmer got the fourth most votes of any player — 514,967, to be specific — and was also fourth overall in the NFL, since QBs all finished ahead of him (Brady, Newton, Dalton).
The Cardinals cornerback discusses his culinary skills
Notes: Gresham, Sendlein return to practice; Peterson wants to stay on punt return
As triplet and one of six kids to single mother, running back's hardships thing of the past
The Valley is a great sports town when it comes to hosting big events. But our collective passion needs some work.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski joins Pardon the Interruption and explains why he has the Cardinals ranked higher than the Panthers and why he's excited for Arizona's upcoming matchup against Philadelphia.
With a healthy Carson Palmer guiding the Cardinals' offense, Arizona's weapons are being maximized.
The Cardinals are deploying their "December Killer" on defenses down the stretch.
Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson and three other players were back on the field Thursday, on a limited basis.
At 11-2, Arizona is tied for the second-best record in the NFL. The Cardinals have won seven straight going into their Sunday night game Philadelphia. And quarterback Carson Palmer could care less whether the Cardinals are mentioned in the same breath as New England, Denver and Carolina.
Versatility of Cardinals wide receivers will wreak havoc on Eagles defense
Make no mistake about it: Jerraud Powers isn’t missing Sunday Night Football in Philadelphia.
It’s been a roller coaster of a career for Bradford since then. His 2013 and 2014 seasons were cut short (2013) and completely wiped out (2014) because of ACL injuries, making what was once a promising career a spotty one at best for him.
Right now, Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd is on the biggest roll of his young NFL career, and the team doesn’t want him to stop that movement.
For all Arizona's offense does well, it tends to struggle in short-yardage and goal-to-go situations.
The six road wins -- Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Seattle, San Francisco and St. Louis -- are tied for the most in a season in franchise history.
Buccaneers vs. Rams 2015 final score: St. Louis dominates in 31-23 win - SBNation.com
The Rams dominated the Buccaneers on Thursday, winning 31-23 on the back of a strong game from Case Keenum.
The Seahawks lead the NFL in admitting their mistakes - SBNation.com
Sometimes, knowing when to move on from a player is just as important as knowing which player a team wants. That's part of Seattle's recipe for success under Pete Carroll and John Schneider.
The NFL doesn't have a quarterback crisis - SBNation.com
Seriously, it's not as bad as it seems. Danny Kelly and RVB discuss the issue on the podcast this week.
This is how your favorite NFL team failed you in 2015 - SBNation.com
Tracking the 20 NFL teams that won't be making the playoffs, and why they died.
Josh Norman vs. Odell Beckham match-up of the year for Giants - Big Blue View
Can Beckham continue his extraordinary success against the player who is considered the best cover corner in the league? Let's break it down.
The Browns don't know s*** about quarterbacks - SBNation.com
Mike Pettine doesn't think Russell Wilson is a top 10 quarterback, and now the heavily favored Seahawks have something to prove this weekend against a terrible Browns team.
Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict fined for low hit on Ben Roethlisberger - SBNation.com
The league has chosen to fine Burfict for a hit the Steelers thought was dirty.
Cam Newton serves kids holiday desserts while wearing a DABBING SANTA sweater - SBNation.com
This is great and one of the most unlikely holiday crossovers of the year.
Steve Smith will trash talk literally anyone, even Santa - SBNation.com
No one is safe from Steve Smith's trash talk wrath.
Tom Brady reaffirms his friendship with Donald Trump, says he supports everything he does - SBNation.com
"I support all my friends in everything they do."