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DeAndre Hopkins donates $150,000 to Arizona relief fund

DeAndre Hopkins didn’t need long to become one of them. Less than two weeks after a trade took him from Houston to Arizona, the All-Pro receiver is doing his part in his new home. Hopkins announced he is donating $150,000 to the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund, part of the Arizona Together initiative launched Tuesday by [more]

Jay Feely picks up award — for coaching girls soccer

Jay Feely obviously picked up a few pointers during his 14 years in the NFL. Via Dana Scott of the Arizona Republic, the longtime kicker and CBS broadcaster added another line to his resume, as he was just named the Republic‘s girls high school soccer coach of the year. After starting the Gilbert Christian girls soccer [more]

Marcus Gilbert stays with Cardinals

The Cardinals traded for offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert last year in what turned out to be a disappointing move, as Gilbert suffered a torn ACL over the summer and missed the season. But Gilbert will get another go at it in Arizona this season. Gilbert and the Cardinals have agreed to a one-year contract. The [more]

Why didn’t Eagles trade for DeAndre Hopkins?

It would be hard to find anyone outside the Texans’ building who doesn’t think Arizona stole DeAndre Hopkins. The Cardinals traded running back David Johnson, a 2020 second-round choice and a 2021 fourth-rounder for Hopkins and a 2020 fourth-round selection. It was a small price to pay for one of the best receivers in the [more]

Chandler Jones donating 150,000 meals to food banks

Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones announced Thursday he is donating over 150,000 meals to food banks in Arizona and his hometown of Endicott, New York, to assist with families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Jones is providing meals to St. Mary’s Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank of Arizona and Mother Teresa’s Cupboard through the Catholic [more]

Cardinals sign Trevon Coley, D.J. Foster

The Cardinals announced Wednesday that they have agreed to terms with defensive lineman Trevon Coley and running back D.J. Foster on one-year contracts. Coley appeared in seven games with Indianapolis last season, making six tackles. He previously played 31 games with 29 starts in two seasons with Cleveland. Coley, 25, had 80 tackles, 2.5 sacks, [more]

Washington signs Jeremy Vujnovich

Washington made official the signing of linebacker Thomas Davis Sr., who reunites with coach Ron Rivera. The team also announced the addition of offensive lineman Jeremy Vujnovich. Vujnovich, 29, is entering his fourth NFL season. He did not play last season after the Cardinals cut him Sept. 21. He originally signed with the Packers as [more]

Panthers continue bargain shopping, sign Zach Kerr

The Panthers are backfilling their defensive line, after the mass exodus of free agents. The Panthers announced they have signed former Cardinals defensive tackle Zach Kerr. The 29-year-old Kerr adds some ballast (6-2, 334) in the middle of the line that badly needs it. They’ve already seen Dontari Poe, Gerald McCoy, Mario Addison hit the [more]

Cardinals sign Max Garcia, Charles Washington

The Cardinals announced they agreed to terms with offensive lineman Max Garcia and safety Charles Washington on one-year contracts, the team announced Tuesday. Garcia, 28, originally signed with the Cardinals last offseason and played seven games. He began the 2019 season on the team’s physically unable to perform list with a knee injury. He arrived [more]

Cardinals donate $1 million to Arizona coronavirus relief

The Cardinals are the latest team to step up to help their community during the COVID-19 outbreak. The team announced a $1 million donation to the AZ Coronavirus Fund, part of the Arizona Together initiative launched Tuesday by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey. “Like so many in our community, this unprecedented crisis has us asking what [more]

Devon Kennard: “Really cool” to play for same franchise as dad

Linebacker Devon Kennard said it was a “big surprise” to learn that the Lions were releasing him after two straight seven-sack seasons in Detroit and that he wasn’t sure what kind of interest he’d get on the open market. As it turned out, he found strong interest in his services. Kennard was out of work [more]

D.J. Swearinger appreciates the “luxury” of Saints’ success

The Saints were D.J. Swearinger’s third team last season, and he was only there three weeks. But that was enough for him to sense how the other half lives. The veteran safety, who signed a new one-year deal with the Saints on Sunday, said he realized quickly last year that New Orleans was the place [more]

Reports: Jaguars adding Cassius Marsh on one-year deal

In addition to defensive tackle Al Woods, the Jacksonville Jaguars are also adding defensive end Cassius Marsh to their front seven, according to multiple reports. Marsh is signing a one-year deal with the team that includes $600,000 is guaranteed money, per Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network. Marsh can play both defensive end and outside [more]

49ers sign Joe Walker

Linebacker Joe Walker is leaving the Cardinals, but he’s not leaving the NFC West. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Walker has agreed to a one-year deal with the 49ers. Walker was an Eagles seventh-round pick in 2016 and the Cardinals signed him off of Philly’s practice squad in September 2018. He worked as [more]

Cardinals bring back Jonathan Bullard

The Cardinals brought back a couple of their own, as they fill in a few more blanks in free agency. In addition to the previously reported signing of safety/special teamer Chris Banjo, the team announced that they reached a new one-year deal with defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard. Bullard was claimed off waivers from the Bears [more]

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