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Storylines From The Cardinals' 2016 Schedule
A look at each opponent the team will face this season
2016 Cardinals Cheerleaders Reveal
Introducing the 2016 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.
Roster with five running backs following the cuts
Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu shut down his Twitter and Instagram accounts on Thursday.
On the heels of his comments about football being under attack by mothers, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is honored by the Arizona Foundation for Women.
Tyrann Mathieu recently made a series of remarks about the death of former Saints DE Will Smith and New Orleans, his hometown.
The Arizona Cardinals’ 2016 schedule is chock full of interesting matchups and storylines, starting on Sept. 11, as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots invade University of Phoenix Stadium, in the season opener on Sunday Night Football.
The 2016 NFL schedule release gave us insight into the weird quirks of the road ahead for the teams in the NFC West.
There is always anticipation leading into an NFL season when the schedule is released. Here are the five Cardinals games we can't wait for in 2016.
The league's player development process cannot afford to overlook the Will Smith tragedy.
What if NFL teams were stuck drafting players who are just a short drive away?
Impress your friends with totally made up trivia about the biggest names in the NFL Draft.
Vannett's role as a receiver was limited with the Buckeyes, but he's confident that he's the best receiving and blocking tight end in this draft.
Arguably the draft's best pure guard is the selection in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.
The second-round pick for the Colts in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft may not help franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, but it does make the franchise better.
UCLA's Jim Mora described the linebacker's early entry as "risky," but it looks like it's about to pay off well.
Mississippi State's Chris Jones was overshadowed by Robert Nkemdiche in his recruiting class and in his college career, but it's been clear since high school that he's a special talent.
The biggest star of North Dakota State's dynasty has a chance to be one of the two highest lower-level NFL Draft picks ever.