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Seahawks, Cardinals cancel team meetings for George Floyd memorial

Several teams have canceled the virtual team meetings for Thursday in honor of the George Floyd memorial. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports the Seahawks are one of those teams allowing players time off to watch the memorial. Running back Kenyan Drake tweeted the Cardinals are doing the same. “Cardinals have granted us the day off [more]

Cardinals are committed to meaningful societal change through unified actions

The Cardinals are the latest team to issue a statement after the death of George Floyd a week ago. The Cardinals said in their statement they are committed to being part of the “meaningful societal change” that needs to happen in the country. “As we begin a new week, we continue to share the pain [more]

Cardinals sign Dylan Cantrell

The Cardinals have signed a free agent who played for head coach Kliff Kingsbury in college. Field Yates of ESPN reports that the team has signed Dylan Cantrell as a free agent. Cantrell played for Kingsbury at Texas Tech from 2013-2017 as he missed one year with a back injury and went on to become a [more]

Cardinals looking forward to what “mad genius” Kliff Kingsbury is cooking up

With no real OTAs to run, or any other obligations or ability to be at the team facility, Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury has been sitting at home watching a lot of film. That excites his players, who can’t wait to see what the “mad genius” is coming up with. Via Bob McManaman of the Arizona [more]

Chandler Jones graduates from Syracuse

Cardinals defensive end Chandler Jones has made more than $60 million in his NFL career, he’s earned a Super Bowl ring and been to three Pro Bowls, but this offseason he put in the work to add one more item to his resume: College graduate. Jones, who left Syracuse before graduating to enter the 2012 [more]

Seven classic Super Bowls coming to NBCSN, NBC this week

As we wait for live sports to return, why not enjoy some of the best live sports from days gone by? You’ll get to do that this week on NBCSN and NBC, with seven classic Super Bowls re-aired from Monday through Sunday. All were originally televised by NBC. It starts Monday night at 8:00 p.m. [more]

Patrick Peterson’s diabetes gives him different perspective on COVID-19

Patrick Peterson wants to play football because he’s a football player. Much more than that will go into his decision-making when it’s time to return from the coronavirus shutdown. The Cardinals cornerback was diagnosed with Type Two diabetes in 2014, and he said that will weigh on his mind when it’s time to go back [more]

DeAndre Hopkins: I know I’m the best wide receiver in the NFL

Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins says he’s the top pass catcher in football, and that his numbers would dwarf those of other star receivers if he had played his entire career with an elite quarterback. Hopkins said on ESPN that there is no doubt in his mind where he ranks. “I definitely think I’m the [more]

Patrick Peterson feels he has a lot to prove in contract year

Cornerback Patrick Peterson feels like this year’s Cardinals team has a chance to be the best that he’s been on since coming to Arizona in 2011. It could also be the last Cardinals team that he’ll be on. Peterson’s contract is up after the 2020 season and he said on a Thursday conference call that [more]

Kenyan Drake thinks Cardinals can be “a nuisance for everybody in the NFC West”

Cornerback Patrick Peterson said recently that the current Cardinals roster is the best one he’s been a part of on paper and he’s not the only person who has thoughts of good things happening in Arizona this season. Trading for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is a big reason for the heightened expectations for the Cardinals. [more]

Kenyan Drake: My ceiling is as high as I’ll take it

Kenyan Drake did enough last season that the Cardinals wanted to keep him, using the one-year, $8.48 million transition tag on him. The running back wants a long-term deal but knows “everything else will handle itself at an appropriate time” if he does what he expects to do this season. “I tell people all the [more]

Kevin White trying not to let NFL “bust cards” consume his life

Wide receiver Kevin White hasn’t given up hope of continuing his NFL career, but the free agent was out of football last year and only managed to play 14 games in four seasons after the Bears made him the seventh overall pick in the draft. The injuries that kept him off the field and a [more]

Cassius Marsh excited for “great opportunity” with Jaguars

New Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Cassius Marsh is the first second-generation player in franchise history. Marsh’s father, Curtis, was a wide receiver in the NFL for three seasons and was a part of the first draft class in team history in 1995. “I know my dad was the part of the first draft class ever for [more]

Cardinals reportedly have interest in Everson Griffen

Free-agent defensive end Everson Griffen remains in a holding pattern. The 32-year-old has been linked to Seattle but not many other teams has he looks for a new NFL home. The Cardinals reportedly have interest in Griffen, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com. Arizona is trying to boost a defense that needs plenty of help. [more]

Report: Dolphins have received calls about Josh Rosen

The Dolphins drafted Tua Tagovailoa fifth overall. They still have Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has made it clear he wants to start. So where does that leave Josh Rosen? That’s apparently the same thing some teams wonder. Michael Giardi of NFL Media reports the Dolphins have received calls about Rosen’s availability. Giardi adds that Miami is [more]

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