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On the final day of 2012, we here at Laugh At Sports would like to finish off the year with a funny but yet touching clip.Check out this video from the week 15 Chicago Bears/Arizona Cardinals NFL game as starting linebacker Sam Acho gives a gift of a game-used glove to a young fan.Watch as the little kid grabs the glove and proceeds to have a rather epic freak out:
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Arizona Cardinals rookie right guard Senio Kelemete made an impression in his first NFL game by making a 10 yard reception and a first down on a crazy play during the second quarter of Sunday's NFL game against the San Francisco 49ers. The pass from Cardinals quarterback Brian Hoyer was intended for receiver Andre Roberts, but was deflected straight up in the air by Niners cornerback...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Larry Fitzgerald knows change is coming.
Its inevitable, the Cardinals receiver said with resignation. If it were up to me, Id bring everybody back.
Its not up to Fitzgerald -- at least not this time. When the debris had settled on Sundays 27-13 loss to the 49ers, the Cardinals had matched their worst record of the Ken Whisenhunt era at 5-11.
It would be foolish...
The Cardinals jumped out to a hot 0-4 start that included what should have been a signature victory against the New England Patriots.
What happened from that point forward was bowling shoe ugly.
On Black Monday they began their search for answers as they let coach Ken Whisenhunt go.
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- Almost three hours before their bosses fate was revealed, the prevailing uncertainty loomed over the Cardinals locker room like a dark cloud from this little corner of the NFLs Black Monday.
Forced to serve as spokesmen on the tailwind of a disaster, the players did their best to present viable perspective without the knowledge that coach Ken Whisenhunt, general...
The Arizona Cardinals have fired general manager Rod Graves after another disappointing season.
Cardinals Gm Rod Graves fired.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012
The Cardinals have too many issues at the quarterback position as well as on their offensive line that never got addressed.
There’s also a chance head coach Ken Whisenhunt could get fired as well.
Don Banks of SI.com reports that a league source has informed him that Cardinals GM Rod Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt could be the “next two shoes to drop.”
Banks adds that the team is still deciding what to do regarding the two men.
Previous reports have indicated that it’s very likely that Graves was going to be let go today, but there seemed to be some optimism that Whisenhunt...
Kevin Acee of the Union-Tribune San Diego reports that the only candidate that the Chargers are “seriously” considering is Colts OC Bruce Arians.
Acee adds that former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is interested in the position, but doesn’t anything about the Chargers interest in him.
Chargers have already hired former Packers GM Ron Wolf to help with their search...
ESPNs Adam Schefter reports that the Cardinals have fired both HC Ken Whisenhunt and GM Rod Graves.
Previous reports have indicated that its very likely that Graves was going to be let go today, but there seemed to be some optimism that Whisenhunt would keep his job for another season. There are some strong coaching candidates out there, so it might make sense for them to...
The Arizona Cardinals fired their coach and general manager Monday, but it appears they're not so eager to let go of another member of their coaching staff.
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The Cardinals have received several requests from NFL teams for defensive coordinator Ray Horton to interview for vacant head coaching jobs, a team source told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport...
As seven NFL teams look for new coaches, several of 2012′s head coaches are expected to jump to new teams after being fired Monday.
Common sense says that would be Andy Reid, who went 130-93 in 14 seasons with the Eagles, or Lovie Smith, who was 81-63 in nine years with the Bears. Unless, of course, the team is the Bills. Then, apparently, it’s time to raid the cupboard of the...
The Cardinals will be without quarterback Ryan Skelton, who remains on the inactive list. Arizona will turn to Brian Hoyer to start, the fourth different quarterback this season.
Here is a complete list of the inactives for the Cardinals: Wide receivers LaRon Byrd and Early Doucet, guard Mike Gibson, tackle Nate Potter, fullback Anthony Sherman and defensive end Anthony Talley...
NinersDigest’s Craig Massei and AZRedReport’s Brad Wilbricht go Behind Enemy Lines to take an inside look at 49ers/Cardinals. How did Arizona’s season disintegrate after a 4-0 start? Will any of the Cards’ four starting QBs this year be back in 2013? Why hasn’t the NFL’s 12th-ranked defense made the Cards a better team? Is Ken Whisenhunt on his way out as Arizona coach...
The Arizona Cardinals have interviewed their defensive coordinator Ray Horton for the head coaching job.
The interview, conducted on Tuesday by team president Michael Bidwill, was the first in the team's search for a replacement for Ken Whisenhunt, who was fired on Monday after six seasons on the job.
The team has reached out to Andy Reid but had not scheduled an interview...
The Arizona Cardinals are going after the biggest name on the coaching market.
President Michael Bidwill announced Monday that the team will interview Andy Reid as they search for a coach to replace Ken Whisenhunt, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Bidwill also confirmed the team will interview their own defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Denver Broncos offensive...