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New “All or Nothing” series featuring 2015 Cardinals is coming

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For years, the NFL has provided fans inside access to training camp through the Hard Knocks series. The NFL has a new idea for giving access to much more of a team’s season.

A new series that will premiere on Amazon this summer provides an inside look at the 2015 Cardinals. Called All or Nothing, cameras and microphone followed the Cardinals throughout a season that culminated in a loss in the NFC title game.

All or Nothing will deliver the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at America’s most popular sports and entertainment media property — the NFL’s regular season — and we couldn’t have asked for a better franchise for our inaugural season than the Arizona Cardinals,” NFL Media Chief Content Officer Jordan Levin said in a press release. “We’re thrilled to team up with Amazon on this new series, providing fans even more ways to engage with award-winning NFL programming over a variety of digital channels.”

“We take tremendous pride in the dedicated and talented people that make up our organization and welcomed this opportunity to showcase them,” Cardinals president Michael Bidwill said. “This unprecedented look into what it takes to compete in the National Football League is something that we think viewers will find fascinating. We all know the quality of work NFL Films does and are just as excited to work with Amazon to find such an innovative way to distribute this series.”

For comments from Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on the new series, check out Tuesday’s PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSN for a one-on-one that touched on a wide variety of topics.

And, yes, it’s possible I wrote this item merely as a vehicle for promoting Tuesday’s PFT Live. At least I’m honest.

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17 Responses to “New “All or Nothing” series featuring 2015 Cardinals is coming”
  1. pastanow says: Mar 21, 2016 6:26 PM

    Like the NFL isn’t overexposed and flush with cash already they found yet another revenue stream.

  2. jimnaizeeum says: Mar 21, 2016 6:34 PM

    Nothing it was… Especially in their last game.

  3. Drunk Uncle says: Mar 21, 2016 6:39 PM

    The Cardinals are America’s Team. Only makes sense to do a documentary about them.

  4. patsbrat says: Mar 21, 2016 6:57 PM

    Will it be available under Amazon prime?

  5. jd7920 says: Mar 21, 2016 7:24 PM

    I guess it was, obviously; ‘nothing’!

  6. osiris33 (bandwagon since 1976) says: Mar 21, 2016 7:40 PM

    My favorite episode will be the one covering the 36-6 home loss to the Seahawks. That’s when the confidence was shattered and the Card realized it had been all smoke and mirrors to that point.

    9-7 in 2016, if they’re lucky.

  7. filmex2000 says: Mar 21, 2016 7:46 PM

    Can’t wait ! If it the usual fine job from NFL Films, then it will be fun watching it on Amazon Prime.

  8. azkailua says: Mar 21, 2016 9:08 PM

    osiris33 (bandwagon since 1976) says:
    Mar 21, 2016 7:40 PM
    My favorite episode will be the one covering the 36-6 home loss to the Seahawks. That’s when the confidence was shattered and the Card realized it had been all smoke and mirrors to that point.

    9-7 in 2016, if they’re lucky.
    ******************************************************
    Smoke and Mirrors is what trick Seahawk fans are using now trying to have their parents dig up old photos of them when they were little to try and prove they aren’t bandwagon fans. And that game really meant nothing as the #2 seed was wrapped up. So keep telling people you have been a fan since 76 when you had the Jim Zorn jersey on next to mommy and daddy.

  9. bigbensbathroombuddy says: Mar 21, 2016 9:40 PM

    *Spoiler Alert* It was “nothing”.

  10. icebowler says: Mar 21, 2016 9:42 PM

    Honesty is all we can ask for. And to be perfectly honest, sometimes we wonder (what the agenda really is)?

  11. domedaddy says: Mar 21, 2016 10:04 PM

    Shoulda been Denver.

  12. PFT-made-me-change-my-handle says: Mar 21, 2016 10:08 PM

    I love the hate! It means the Cardinals really have arrived.

    They are also growing exponentially in popularity (like it or not) because they are interesting from top to bottom and lots of fun to watch (most of the time).

  13. jumboli says: Mar 21, 2016 11:53 PM

    The hate in this room is epic. Bow down to the NFC West champs Seachickens fans!

    There is one thing we all know. The Cardinals have been on the rise the past 3 years and the seachickens have been on the decline. That trend will continue this year.

    Arizona Cardinals 2016 Super Bowl Champs! Book it haters!!

  14. mrwalterisgod says: Mar 22, 2016 12:36 AM

    So many salty AZ fans. I guess that’s what you get when you have a soft, miserable franchise.

  15. RegisHawk says: Mar 22, 2016 11:13 AM

    They wanted the ultimate losers, the Panthers, but they had to settle.

    As for guarantees, I think I’d do better putting money down on the guy making guarantees either not being here or changing his name when the Cards don’t win the SB.

  16. jumboli says: Mar 22, 2016 11:48 AM

    Regis, do yourself a favor and don’t “think” anymore. You’re gonna hurt yourself.

    I know watching your team lose player after player while the division champs are improving their team must suck…

    but hey, it’s only a game.

  17. RegisHawk says: Mar 22, 2016 12:07 PM

    When your team is this good, you lose players regardless, because all the sucky teams (like yours) figure they can buy success by overbidding for them.

    Also, when your team is this good, you create new stars to replace the ones that leave, which is why a notable portion of the rest of the League is populated by ex-Seahawks.

    Jumbo, do yourself a favor and don’t talk back to your betters.

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