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Kyler's Day, And A Final Training Camp Practice Aftermath
Remainder of camp work closed to public
Marco Wilson Making Progress, As Is Cornerback Room
After Peterson's departure, cover men will have a new look
Cardinals Bring Back Four From Covid List, Including James Conner
Fotu, Washington, Daniels also return; Four cut as Cardinals get to 85 officially
Tay Gowan Confident After Debut Finally Gets Him On Field
Notes: Phillips' return still in question; team signs outside linebacker
Physical Chris Streveler Hoping Rookie Struggles Fuel Him To Roster Spot
Quarterback working off difficult season finale in 2020
Newcomer J.J. Watt Earns Way On To NFL Top 100 List Again
Defensive lineman is No. 66; might not practice until regular season
Cardinals Cover 2 - Solid First Impression
Ep. 453 - It did not take long for first-round draft pick Zaven Collins to flash in his first NFL action. In fact, it was the second play of the game. Collins wasn't the only rookie to make a good first impression.
Cardinals Cover 2 - The More You Can Do
Ep. 454 - Job No. 1 of a wide receiver is to catch the ball. Tight ends are mainly asked to block. Each position group, however, must be able to both catch and block when needed. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the value of a blocking receiver
Cardinals Underground - The Kids Are Alright
The Cardinals have to be happy with the way their young players – Zaven Collins, Rondale Moore, Marco Wilson, Eno Benjamin – played in the preseason opener, and it gives Paul Calvisi and Darren Urban lots to talk about.
Cardinals' Chris Banjo to miss Sunday practice, Jonathan Ward day-to-day
The Arizona Cardinals didn't share the same injury fate as the Cowboys on Friday night, but did see Chris Banjo and Jonathan Ward exit early.
Cardinals' DeAndre Hopkins, vet DBs helping refine Marco Wilson's game
Cardinals rookie CB Marco Wilson's leaving no stone unturned, picking the brains of his more experienced teammates to his advantage.
Cardinals' J.J. Watt lands at No. 66 spot in NFL's Top 100 Players of 2021
It marks the ninth consecutive time the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year has been voted to the list by his peers.
Cardinals activate 4 from COVID-19 reserve, release 4 more
The Cardinals announced that James Conner, Darrell Daniels, Leki Fotu and Charles Washington have been activated from the COVID-19 reserve.
Cardinals' Andy Isabella to miss Chiefs game, under COVID-19 protocols
Cardinals receiver Andy Isabella had been placed in COVID-19 protocols for the second time in the past two weeks.
Cardinals sign LB Bryson Young, release LB Reggie Walker
The Arizona Cardinals swapped out linebackers Monday afternoon, signing Bryson Young and releasing Reggie Walker.
Cardinals' season finale loss to Rams 'fueled' Chris Streveler this offseason
Cardinals QB Chris Streveler got some valuable experience in last season's final game and he's using that as motivation.
Cardinals' Marco Wilson named 6th best rookie in Week 1 of preseason
Following his performance in the Cardinals preseason opener, rookie cornerback Marco Wilson made PFF's top-10 rookie performers list.
Arizona Cardinals 53-man roster projection after one preseason game
After one preseason game, we make our latest projections for the final roster.
NFL roster cuts: 8 potential first cuts for Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals must trim the roster by five players by Tuesday afternoon. Here are candidates for those first cuts.
Arizona Cardinals’ first roster cut-down day coming Tuesday
The Cardinals and the rest of the NFL will have to trim five players from their roster to get down to 85 by Tuesday afternoon.
Arizona Cardinals’ J.J. Watt Is No. 66 on NFL ‘Top 100 Players of 2021’
He is one of only four players to be on the list for nine straight seasons.
Arizona Cardinals get 4 players back from COVID list, waive 4 others
Darrell Daniels, James Conner, Leki Fotu and Charles Washington return from the COVID list, so the Cardinals had to cut four players.