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Cardinals Blogs | Larry Fitzgerald and a little kid’s praise
I’ve mentioned before that Larry Fitzgerald likes to tackle for fun. With that in mind, I’m gonna just leave this here.
Memorable individual performances by the Cardinals defenders
Backup quarterback Drew Stanton has been through free agency before and he's preparing for the worst-case scenario when it begins on March 9.
Jaron Brown is a good possession receiver down the depth chart, and he contributes on special teams, but the Cardinals could move on without him.
Patience is the name of the game for Arizona punter Drew Butler, who realizes his future with the Cardinals is out of his hands.
"We were 60 minutes away from being in this game. It’s a motivator for the offseason, and we’re going to be doing everything we can do … to get back to the Super Bowl. We know that with a couple more pieces, we’re right there."
"Being one of the oldest franchises in the league right now, it’s by far our best season that we had as an Arizona Cardinals organization," Peterson said. "Obviously, we fell short of our ultimate goal (Super Bowl title), but it’s definitely something for us to continue to build on, because every single year that (Cardinals head) coach (Bruce) Arians (has) been there, we continue to get better, and better, and better each and every year."
Larry Fitzgerald responded to a young fan's compliment by tackling him, and it was awesome.
Odds are David Johnson will not win the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year Award, but that does not mean his first season was anything other than a success.
Though their season ended a game sooner than hoped, the Arizona Cardinals put together a record-setting campaign in 2015.
Six pros remember their big moment.
Sure, the Broncos quarterback isn't playing as well as he did in 2013, but he's not getting enough credit for making some smart throws during Denver's playoff run. That could be the difference against the Panthers.
Mike Carey, CBS' NFL officiating expert, is in sync with replay decisions 90 percent of the time. He uses a hotline between himself, the NFL and Mike Perreira, plus a keen knowledge of the rules, to get there.
New details about the Jan. 30 incident have come to light.
The Broncos defensive line just keeps doing the same thing it's been doing every week all season long. They're counting on that basic approach to bring home a Lombardi Trophy.
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced the news at the NFL Women's Summit.
No team has been to the Super Bowl more than the Broncos, but no team has lost more Super Bowls either.