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Cardinals sign Kingsley Keke

Defensive lineman Kingsley Keke visited the Cardinals earlier this week and the meeting apparently was a good one.The team announced on Friday that they have signed Keke to their 90-man roster. Tight end Alex Ellis was placed on the non-football injury list in a corresponding move.Keke was waived by the Packers in January and claimed [more]

Kliff Kingsbury on DeAndre Hopkins suspension: Marquise Brown helps, we just have to play better

Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury won’t be able to call any plays to get the ball to wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins during the first six games of the 2022 season.Hopkins was suspended six games for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy, which means Kingsbury will have to make other plans for how to move the [more]

Arizona Cardinals schedule 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18 

After a 7-0 start in 2021, the Cardinals floundered in the back half of the season and finished 11-7. The team still made the playoffs but suffered an early exit in a 34-11 blowout to the Rams. Despite a significant amount of back-and-forth on social media, the Cardinals have expressed their commitment to quarterback Kyler [more]

Monday Night Football: Broncos at Seahawks kicks off ESPN’s schedule

ESPN will debut a new broadcasting team this season, having lured Joe Buck and Troy Aikman from Fox to join sideline reporter Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Parry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to present feature content.The crew will hit the ground running, getting Russell Wilson‘s return to Seattle in his Broncos debut [more]

Chiefs-Cardinals, Raiders-Chargers highlight Sunday afternoon schedule in Week 1

The three biggest games of the league’s opening weekend all were previously reported: The Bills and Rams will kick off the 2022 NFL season with a Thursday Night Football game at SoFi Stadium; the Bucs will play at the Cowboys in the first Sunday Night Football game, which is a rematch of their season opener [more]

Cardinals sign three picks to rookie contracts

The Cardinals have gotten some business done, signing three of their 2022 draft picks to their rookie contracts.Arizona announced on Thursday that running back Keaontay Ingram, guard Lecitus Smith, and linebacker Jesse Luketa have all signed their standard four-year deals.Ingram was selected at No. 201 in the sixth round, Smith at No. 215 in the [more]

Report: Kingsley Keke visiting Cardinals

Defensive lineman Kingsley Keke is visiting the Cardinals, Aaron Wilson of reports.The Texans waived Keke on May 3, and he has remained a free agent since.Keke was teammates with Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray the one year Murray played at Texas A&M. The Packers made Keke a fifth-round choice in 2019. Green Bay cut him [more]

Inside the Tyrann Mathieu deal

It was reported as a three-year, $33 million deal, with $18 million guaranteed. It took a few days, but the real numbers have made their way out, regarding the contract signed by safety Tyrann Mathieu with the Saints.Here are the full details, per a source with knowledge of the terms.1. Signing bonus: $9.5 million.2. 2022 [more]

Zaven Collins: Feels good to start fresh after “ups and downs” of rookie year

After the Cardinals took Zaven Collins in the first round of the 2021 draft, there was a lot of talk about pairing him with 2020 first-rounder Isaiah Simmons as starting linebackers.That’s not how things played out, however. Jordan Hicks supplanted Collins at the top of the depth chart and Collins wound up playing just 20 [more]

Billy Price set to visit with Cardinals

Center Billy Price’s search for a new job is taking him to Arizona.Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that Price is traveling on Sunday so that he can meet with the Cardinals. It’s the first known visit of the offseason for Price.Price was traded from the Bengals to the Giants for B.J. Hill before the 2021 [more]

Violations of PED policy require more transparency

The DeAndre Hopkins situation is a symptom of a deeper problem. And the problem comes from the inability of the NFL and NFL Players Association to infuse public confidence into the PED policy by sharing more details regarding the circumstances surrounding a positive test and ensuing suspension.As it stands, the league announces the consequences of [more]

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