The day after a game, there is always a lot to pay attention to for your NFL team. Since you might have missed some stuff, here are some of the stories about the Arizona Cardinals or the league in general you might want to read.
Cardinals Blogs | Keim: Scouting success and fine wine
The Cardinals are 3-0, and without any significant injuries coming out of the dominant win over the 49ers (go ahead, you can knock on wood) the appearance of General Manager Steve Keim on the "Doug and Wolf" show on Arizona Sports 98.7 Monday morning was less about news and more about GM analysis.
Players like Bethel bide time in special roles on a unit with plenty of depth
The secret is finally out.
azcentral sports' Kent Somers breaks down the Cardinals' 47-7 win over the 49ers in Week 3 of the NFL season.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians just wrapped up his weekly news conference with the media at the team’s Tempe training facility and here are some of the highlights:
It’s no shock that Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim had nothing but positive things to say the morning after his team beat the 49ers, 47-7.
The 49ers season has been plagued by poor play on the field and violent behavior in the stands, and that trend continued on Sunday.
Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer talks to Michael Silver about taking an owner "head-on" four seasons ago -- and enduring to become one of the best quarterbacks in football at age 35.
The Arizona Cardinals were forced to employ a silent count at home on Sunday by a loud contingent of San Francisco 49ers fans.
The Cardinals have been led so far by a trio of veterans all now 30 years or older: QB Carson Palmer, WR Larry Fitzgerald and RB Chris Johnson.
Bobby Massie didn't feel like himself for a drive or two before he getting his football legs back on Sunday.
Justin Bethel, who got a pick six on Sunday, has became the poster child for the type of depth Arizona boasts in its secondary.
Bobby Massie shakes off the rust in debut against 49ers
Massie, who missed the first two games of the season due to a suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on substance abuse, had a role in the success Sunday.
In this space, we will highlight some of what Arians had to say, and Monday he talked about his team following a 47-7 dismantling of the San Francisco 49ers in Glendale, pushing the Cardinals’ record to 3-0 on the season.
General Manager Steve Keim talks about the AZ Cardinals dominant win over the San Francisco 49ers.
"Oh hey, NFL, just the Arizona Cardinals calling. We’re really good. Catch you later — good luck catching us."
"Oh hey, NFL, just the Arizona Cardinals calling. We’re really good. Catch you later — good luck catching us.
Newton's officiating complaints are getting old folks. The young man needs to learn a modicum of respect.
Allen will join the Panthers, where he will be able to return to a more traditional defensive end role after attempting to transition to outside linebacker in Chicago.
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Several NFL superstars have gone down with injuries, including Ben Roethlisberger, Drew Brees and Tony Romo, forcing backup quarterbacks into the spotlight.
Bengals TE Tyler Eifert was baffled by the latest process-completion controversy
The Bears head coach simplified the team's woes pretty perfectly.
The changes to the coaching staff may have been the worst thing to happen to the 49ers this season, and quarterback Colin Kaepernick looks lost.
Ed Hochuli denied that he made the comments to the Panthers quarterback following a potential late hit on Sunday.
Pat O'Donnell punted 10 times on Sunday and now he's day-to-day with a knee sprain.