Everyone in the country will be watching football today. Too bad it doesn't include the Arizona Cardinals. But before you get things going, catch up on what you might have missed from Saturday.
Cardinals Blogs | Warner does not make Hall of Fame
Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner again reached the final 10 of Hall of Fame finalists, but for a second straight year he was not voted for the sport’s highest individual honor.
Arizona Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald chats with Erin Coscarelli on the red carpet before NFL Honors.
Head coach Bruce Arians knows how to work a crowd. Here's a look at the best of Arians throughout the 2015 season.
Catch head coach Bruce Arians and WR Larry Fitzgerald play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open pro-am.
Re-live the top defensive plays from the 2015 season
Re-live the top offensive plays of the 2015 season.
Tom Pratt, who was on the sideline for Super Bowl I, has stayed relevant at age 80 and has seen monumental changes in 50 years.
The Cardinals quarterback, who had his best NFL season, finished tied for second in MVP voting and came in second for comeback player of the year.
Kurt Warner, who missed out on Hall of Fame induction for the second year in a row, says his unconventional path to the NFL makes him proud.
One of the most remarkable careers in NFL history finally culminates with a Hall of Fame induction.
NFL awarded the best and brightest of the 2015 season, headlined by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who took home Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Favre coasted into Canton in his first year of eligibility.
In 2011, people wrote a lot of dumb stuff about Cam Newton. Let's revisit that dumb stuff!
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They led the NFL in interceptions, something that wouldn't have been possible without the kind of kinship and tutelage among Carolina's defensive backs and their coach.
Three years ago the Panthers already had stars Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly, but the picks made by general manager Dave Gettleman in the 2013 draft made them dominant.