It is only 64 more days until the Arizona Cardinals take on the New England Patriots in week one of the NFL season. 64 has some history in the Cardinals organization and some excellent players that wore it during their career.
Let's take a look at some of the 64's throughout Cardinals history.
- Ken Grey was the best 64 in Cardinals history. The six time Pro Bowl guard and two time All Pro didn't start off at guard though, as he played on the defensive side of the ball first in 1958, his rookie season.
- Bob Young took over the number 64 when he came to the Cardinals in 1972, three years after Grey retired. He was a two time Pro Bowler and an All Pro. Give DJ Humphries the damn 64.
- Kurt Warner had completion percentages of 64.5 in 2005 and 64.3 in 2006 with the Arizona Cardinals. People forget how long he played in Arizona for.
- Stump Mitchell's career long run with the Cardinals was 64 yards, it happened in 1985.
- Andre Roberts had 64 catches for 759 yards and five touchdowns in 2012. I don't believe this actually happened.
- Edgerrin James averaged 64.3 yards per game ion his time in Arizona, good for third all time. Blah.
- John Brown had a catch percentage of 64.4% last season. Meaning on 101 targets he had 65 catches for 1003 yards and seven touchdowns.
- Terry Hoage had five career interceptions and 64 total career return yards on those interceptions from 1994-1996.
Any other 64?