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Week Three injury report roundup

Week Three of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a long-awaited win by the Browns and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are [more]

Cardinals G.M.: Josh Rosen will play “when the time is right”

The Cardinals are trying to simplify their offense now, rather than making wholesale changes. That doesn’t mean there’s not one big change to consider, eventual as it may be. But for Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim, the tough part is figuring out the right time for the team to take a look at rookie quarterback [more]

Christian Kirk out of practice after being rear-ended on highway Wednesday

The Cardinals got Larry Fitzgerald back on the practice field Thursday, but another member of the wide receiver group sat out the session. Rookie Christian Kirk said that he was held out as a precautionary matter after his car was rear-ended by another vehicle on the highway Wednesday. Kirk said that the woman who hit [more]

Sam Bradford hopes scaled down offense changes “frustrating” start

Sam Bradford‘s first two games as the Cardinals quarterback have not gone well. He’s gone 37-of-61 for 243 yards and two interceptions while producing six points in losses to Washington and the Rams. Bradford may be understating things when he says “it’s definitely been a frustrating two weeks,” but it hasn’t been enough for the Cardinals [more]

Larry Fitzgerald pays every customer’s bill to help deli owner fighting cancer

Joe Casella has owned Casella’s Italian Delicatessen in Scottsdale, Arizona, for 42 years. Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has been a customer for years, and when he heard that Casella is dying of cancer, he wanted to do something to help. On Tuesday, Fitzgerald paid the bills of every customer at the deli, all afternoon, [more]

Cardinals sign Joe Walker off Eagles practice squad

The Cardinals added a new player to their linebacker group on Wednesday when they signed Joe Walker off of the Eagles practice squad. Walker, a 2016 seventh-round pick, was waived by the Eagles on September 2 and then re-signed to their practice squad. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve and then played 12 [more]

Michael Bidwill confirms his support for Brett Kavanaugh

The political story of the moment (at least as of a moment or two ago) arose from the 11th-hour complication to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. And one of the owners in a league that is desperate to get out of politics (except when it wants to get into politics) [more]

Giants sign Elijhaa Penny off Cardinals’ practice squad

The Giants are signing fullback Elijhaa Penny off the Cardinals’ practice squad, Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports. He is expected to replace Shane Smith, who played four snaps on offense and 17 on special teams Sunday night against the Cowboys. Smith played five snaps on offense and 15 on special teams in the opener against [more]

Cardinals cut Garrison Smith

The Cardinals cut defensive tackle Garrison Smith on Tuesday, although they announced no corresponding move to fill Smith’s spot on the 53-player roster. Arizona claimed Smith off waivers from the Falcons following final cutdowns. He played in both games for the Cardinals, logging 16 snaps and a tackle against the Rams on Sunday and 14 [more]

Browns, Cardinals the betting favorites to land Antonio Brown, if he’s traded

The best thing about gambling is that you can gamble on pretty much anything. Case in point: Odds have been crafted for receiver Antonio Brown‘s team upon the passing of the trade deadline. Via, the Steelers remain the overwhelming favorite, at -2000. But if Brown were to be traded, the top two destinations are [more]

Cardinals working out Kendall Wright

Free agent receiver Kendall Wright continues to make the rounds. The former first-round pick is working out for the Cardinals on Tuesday, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. He was among a group of veteran receivers who worked out for Washington on Monday. But Washington signed Breshad Perriman and Michael Floyd instead. Wright, 28, [more]

Kurt Warner says his name was “mistakenly” put on Hall of Famers’ letter

Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner says he never agreed to have his name on a letter threatening to boycott future Hall of Fame ceremonies unless all Hall of Famers are given a salary and benefits. Warner released a statement saying that he does support benefits for retired players, but he wants those benefits to [more]

Steve Wilks has “total confidence” in Mike McCoy

The Cardinals scored six points and gained 213 yards in Week One and failed to reach either of those modest marks in Week Two, so it’s fair to say that they have some work to do on offense. Head coach Steve Wilks said after Sunday’s 34-0 loss to the Rams that he would evaluate everything [more]

Is it Josh Rosen time already in Arizona?

Just when the Cardinals thought things couldn’t get worse, they got worse. A week after gaining 213 yards of offense in a 24-6 loss to Washington, the Cardinals gained 137 yards in a 34-0 loss to the Rams. Sam Bradford struggled in both games, completing 17 of 27 passes for 90 yards and an interception [more]

Cardinals getting swamped in first halves so far

The Cardinals may not be very good this season, but they’re particularly bad to start games so far this season. Already trailing 19-0 at halftime against the Rams, they’re now operating with a combined deficit of 40-0 in the first halves of games this year. Washington took a 21-0 lead into halftime last week, scoring [more]

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