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Steve Keim’s suspension comes at a bad time for the Cardinals

There’s never a good time for a team to be without a General Manager. But for the Cardinals, having Steve Keim away from the team for the next five weeks seems particularly ill-timed, considering the multiple issues they’re dealing with at the moment. As noted by Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic, Keim’s suspension after his [more]

Steve Keim reports to jail for two-day stint, seven days of home detention

Arizona Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim reported to jail for a 48-hour incarceration Tuesday evening, according to Bianca Buono of 12News. Keim will also serve seven days of house arrest and will be required to use an ignition interlock device on his vehicle for one year after pleading guilty to extreme DUI. The Cardinals suspended [more]

Ricky Seals-Jones arrested for assault, disorderly conduct, criminal trespassing

Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Saturday and charged with assault, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing, according to Arizona’s KTAR News. Seals-Jones attempted to use the restroom inside the W Hotel in Scottsdale but was denied entry by hotel employees, who told him only guests were allowed inside at the [more]

Cardinals G.M. suspended five weeks, fined $200,000

The Cardinals suspended General Manager Steve Keim five weeks and fined him $200,000 after he pleaded guilty to extreme DUI on Tuesday. Keim will face no further discipline from the NFL, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, as the Cardinals were in communication with the league before taking action. The team will donate the fine [more]

Steve Keim pleads guilty to extreme DUI

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim pleaded guilty to an extreme DUI charge in Chandler, Arizona on Tuesday. Chandler Municipal Court records show that Keim, who was arrested on July 4, entered the guilty plea for a charge reserved for people arrested with a blood alcohol content above .15. While many aspects of Keim’s arrest came [more]

Larry Fitzgerald: If I play beyond 2018, it will be for Cardinals

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be back for a 15th season in 2018 and he said this offseason that he hasn’t come to a decision about whether it will be his last year as a player. If Fitzgerald does decide to play another year, he’ll need to sign a new contract as his current [more]

Boomer Esiason stepping away from Monday Night Football radio broadcast

Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason has plenty of media opportunities, so he’s taking one of them off the list. According to the Associated Press, Esiason is stepping away from the Monday Night Football radio broadcast for Westwood One. He’s been the analyst there for 18 seasons. He already has a daily drive-time radio slot in New [more]

Now in the NFL, Josh Rosen continues speaking out about the NCAA

When Josh Rosen was the quarterback at UCLA, he frequently spoke about his frustrations with the NCAA. Now that he’s in the NFL, he isn’t stopping. Rosen, the first-round pick of the Cardinals, has unveiled his own plan for allowing athletes to profit from opportunities to make money during their college careers, like allowing their [more]

Steve Keim refused to submit to breathalyzer test

There’s a good reason why the result or breathalyzer testing conducted on Cardinals G.M. Steve Keim has yet to be revealed. There isn’t one. According to Perry Vandell of the Arizona Republic, Keim refused to submit to breath testing. “No, I’m not going to do that,” Keim told a police officer, who immediately arrested Keim [more]

Police: Steve Keim didn’t misidentify himself at time of DUI arrest

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim’s DUI arrest can’t be undone, but one note from the police report that went public on Tuesday will be corrected. In the initial report filed by the Chandler, Arizona Police Department, an officer indicated that Keim said he was the director of security for the Cardinals and that he worked [more]

Tuesday’s #PFTPM recaps a surprisingly busy day

The slow time is over. At least for now. The dead spot in the annual NFL calendar has been filled with a trio of significant story regarding non-football issues. Today’s #PFTPM looks at each of them, in depth. I also answered every question (I think) posed by the @PFTPMPosse. But only because there weren’t nearly [more]

Police report lists 1996 DUI conviction for Steve Keim

The recent DUI arrest for Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim is apparently not his first. According to the police report from the incident, Keim also told officers he was convicted of another DUI in 1996. That was the year he graduated from N.C. State and made a brief appearance in Dolphins camp, before he embarked [more]

Police report: Cards G.M. told cops he was team’s director of security

When police stopped Steve Keim for what would become a DUI arrest, he told them he was the team’s director of security rather than the General Manager. Via Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com, the officer who pulled Keim over on the morning of July 4 described in his report that he could “smell a strong odor of [more]

Michael Bidwill goes on conservative radio to talk up Trump’s court pick

As President Trump continues to blast the NFL over its national anthem policy and boast that he has helped bring down the league’s television ratings, NFL owners continue to support Trump anyway. The latest example came this morning on conservative radio host Mike Broomhead’s show, where Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill appeared this morning to talk [more]

Michael Bidwill on Steve Keim’s DUI: There will be consequences

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol last week, leading the team to issue a statement calling his actions “unacceptable and inexcusable.” Cardinals president Michael Bidwill reiterated that response during an interview with Mike Broomhead of KFYI on Tuesday. Bidwill said that Keim made an “enormous mistake” that [more]

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