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TEMPE, Ariz. -- Linebacker Daryl Washington has agreed to a six-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals that will keep him with the team through 2017.
Washington had two years remaining on his rookie contract.
Washington, a second-round pick in the 2010 draft out of TCU, had a team-leading 111 tackles (100 solo), five sacks, 16 tackles for loss and two interceptions last season while playing in 15 games. The 16 tackles for loss were the most by a Cardinals player since Clyde Simmons had 17 in 1995.
Two things that successful teams do consistently is build through the draft and keep their core players, said Cardinals general manager Rod Graves. Daryl has certainly lived up to the potential we all saw in him coming out of TCU in 2010 and he has established himself as one of the top young defensive players in the NFL. I know he feels, like we do, that his best football is still ahead of him, and were thrilled that this deal gives him the opportunity to achieve that with the Cardina...
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The Arizona Cardinals and inside linebacker Daryl Washington have agreed on a six-year contract.
The Cardinals had targeted the third-year pro throughout training camp as the next player to get a contract. A second-round draft pick - 47th overall - out of TCU in 2010, Washington led the team in tackles last season with 111.
Washington, known for his extreme speed at a critical...
The Arizona Cardinals have confirmed that the team and LB Daryl Washington have agreed to a new contract that will keep the 2010 second-round draft pick out of TCU under contract through the 2017 season. Financial terms of the extension were not disclosed, but Washington had been signed through the 2013 season at league minimum base salaries of $540,000 in 2012 and $630,000 next...
According to Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com, the Cardinals have signed linebacker Daryl Washington to a contract extension that will run through 2017.
A big signing RT @cardsmarkd: BIG NEWS: @azcardinals & 3rd yr LB @dwashington58 agree to new deal. Leading tackler under contract thru 2017.
— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) September 6, 2012
Washington had 107 tackles, 5 sacks...
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According to Darren Urban of azcardinals.com, running back Beanie Wells will get the start this week for the Arizona Cardinals.
I expect Beanie. RT @ge_weber: @cardschatter who is going to start at RB week1? #fantasydecision
— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) September 5, 2012
Even though Wells is starting, I believe Ryan Williams will also get a nice chunk of carries himself.
John Skelton has won the race to begin the new NFL season as the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback.
The decision by head coach Ken Wisenhunt means last year’s first choice Kevin Klob will start the season from the bench – as many NFL rumours websites had predicted, allowing Skelton the chance to establish himself in the Cardinals team when they take on the Seattle Seahawks...
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Losing the season opener to BYU apparently hasn't stopped Washington State head football coach Mike Leach from being Mike Leach. The Pirate King heard that his Washington counterpart Steve Sarkisian brought a caged tiger on to the practice field sidelines while the Huskies prepared to face LSU this Saturday, and naturally had to comment on it.
“They could have stuck a...
Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was added to the injury report Friday with a hamstring injury. Wells was limited in Friday's practice but told reporters he expects to play in Sunday's opener in Glendale, Ariz., against the Seahawks. Second-year back Ryan Williams would start in Wells' place if he's unable to play. Seattle has a running back question...
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I have said it before and I'll say it again. It is darn good to have Mike Leach back in college football, and it seems he gives us a new reason to love him every day. He is never afraid to share his opinions and thought son anything, and yesterday was no exception.
The Internet was buzzing with the news that Washington brought a live tiger out to practice this week to...