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Steve Wilks: The kind of person Josh Rosen is allowed him to be QB he is

Josh Rosen entered the huddle Friday for the first time as a professional football player. “Pretty cool, isn’t it?” Rosen told his teammates, via Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. It wasn’t exactly Joe Montana’s John Candy moment. In fact, the Cardinals’ new quarterback was a little “jittery” as he started his first practice, according [more]

Cardinals sign three draft picks, including fourth-rounder

The Cardinals announced the signings of three more draft picks to four-year deals. Fourth-round running back Chase Edmonds, sixth-round cornerback Chris Campbell and seventh-round offensive lineman Korey Cunningham now are under contract. Edmonds was a three-time All-American at Fordham. He started all 44 games he played, setting school and Patriot League records with 5,862 rushing [more]

Adrian Peterson’s best move is patience

Running back Adrian Peterson is ready to play. No one, however, is ready to hire him. Eventually, someone will be. Which means that Adrian’s best strategy at this point will be to wait. Inevitably, a starting running back will be injured. Inevitably, someone will have a need for a guy who can suit up and [more]

Josh Rosen signs rookie deal

Two weeks after becoming the 10th overall pick in the draft, Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen has become the first top-10 pick to sign a contract. The Cardinals have announced that Rosen has inked his first NFL deal, on the eve of the team’s rookie minicamp. It’s smart for Rosen to want the deal in place [more]

Cardinals cut running back Bronson Hill to make room for Derrick Coleman

The Cardinals officially signed fullback Derrick Coleman, requiring them to make a corresponding roster move. To make room, Arizona cut running back Bronson Hill. Hill, 25, played two games for the Cardinals last season. He originally joined the Cardinals’ practice squad last November 20 and earned a promotion to the 53-player roster nine days later. [more]

Kurt Warner adds more details regarding his potential comeback

Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner turns 47 next month. And he recently made clear his potential interest in returning to play, more than eight years after he retired. “I was actually ready to, for this coming season, I actually talked to a coach and my wife said, ‘Go for it, I think it would [more]

Cardinals sign Derrick Coleman

Derrick Coleman has found a new NFL home in Arizona. Coleman has agreed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals, according to multiple reports. New Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike McCoy hasn’t always had a place for fullbacks on his roster, so Coleman’s playing time on offense may be limited. Last year McCoy was the offensive [more]

Cardinals cut two to make room for rookies

The Cardinals cut a pair of players Wednesday to make room for the new class of rookies. The team announced the release of safety Harlan Miller and defensive tackle Peli Anau. Miller, their sixth-rounder in 2016, played in seven games and had an interception in the 2016 finale. Anau was on the practice squad last year. [more]

Kurt Warner chalks up reaction to his possible unretirement as a “REALLY slow news day”

Long before #fakenews became the knee-jerk response to stories that people didn’t want to acknowledge, the usual reaction was to cry, “Slow news day!” Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner chose the latter route on Tuesday, primarily since #fakenews wasn’t an option. Since the news came from his own words. “Must be a REALLY slow [more]

Kurt Warner says he reached out to a coach about playing this season

Kurt Warner went into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year and the induction ceremonies usually come well after a player has stopped thinking about strapping on a helmet for an NFL game. On Monday night, Warner suggested he hasn’t gotten the desire to play totally out of his system. Warner dropped into the [more]

Cardinals drop quarterbacks Brandon Doughty, Alek Torgersen

The Cardinals drafted Josh Rosen in the first round of the NFL Draft and they agreed to terms with Chad Kanoff as an undrafted free agent last week, which left them with an overstuffed depth chart at quarterback. They took steps to alleviate that on Monday. The Cardinals have released quarterbacks Brandon Doughty and Alek [more]

It’s rookie quarterback over/under time

Monday’s PFT Live devoted plenty of time to rookie quarterbacks, given all the recent talk about when the top guys will start and why one of the NFL’s top teams used a third-round pick on a quarterback. In one segment, Simms and I reacted to a variety of over/under prop bets based on the question [more]

Patrick Peterson has been getting a lot of text messages from Josh Rosen

Before the draft, Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen said he couldn’t wait to have teammates again. His new teammates may soon be longing for the days before Rosen joined the team. To be clear at the outset, it’s not about his ability. Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson expressed a belief on Thursday that Rosen can be a [more]

Kurt Warner: Tweet had nothing to do with MNF snub

Thursday’s announcement that ESPN has hired Jason Witten for Monday Night Football has prompted speculation that runner-up Kurt Warner possibly was complaining about the decision in a late Wednesday afternoon tweet. On Thursday, Warner addressed in interview with Bernie Miklasz of 101 ESPN in St. Louis whether the Wednesday tweet was related to Monday nights. [more]

Bruce Arians joins Greg Gumbel, Trent Green in CBS booth

Former Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians has taken a television job in retirement. CBS announced today that Arians will work in a three-man booth with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green this season. Jamie Erdahl will be the sideline reporter on the broadcasts. “I always hoped that broadcasting would be an option after I retired from [more]

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