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The Arizona Cardinals front office stated on Friday that ‘you can always come back home.’
The team announced a one-year deal with inside linebacker Karlos Dansby who spent his first six NFL seasons in Arizona red.
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On April 27th when the Miami Dolphins selected cornerback Will Davis of Utah State, some fans groaned slightly about the pick in the third round. While the Dolphins traded with the Green Bay Packers into the third round to get him, most fans had little or no idea who Will Davis was.
Davis came into the list of draf prospects ranked 124th by NFL.com and not high on most lists...
Hot News for OLB Karlos Dansby
According to Greg Rosenthal of NFL.com, the Arizona Cardinals and veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby have agreed to a one year contract.
Dansby was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft and played his first six seasons with the team.
Dansby was franchised twice by the Cardinals before moving on to the Miami Dolphins.
He spent three years with...
According to Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com, the Cardinals have signed free agent linebacker Karlos Dansby. #AzCardinals agree to 1-year deal with LB Karlos Dansby. — Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) May 10, 2013 Dansby will be a big help to the Cards in 2013 with all of the legal problems Daryl Washington is currently facing. Need NFL Tickets?
TEMPE, ARIZ. Cardinals second-round pick Kevin Minter got undercard billing at his introductory press conference Thursday at the teams practice complex.
It wasnt because top pick Jonathan Cooper was in attendance. That event had already come and gone. Its just that third-round pick and former LSU teammate Tyrann Mathieus story is a bit more compelling at this stage of his career...
The Arizona Cardinals' newest addition Tyrann Mathieu was selected in the third round, so it's kind of unsual for a team to hold a press conference for the player... But this is no ordinary player, NFL.com's Kevin Patra supposes.
Mathieu is looking to shed all the negativity surrounding him as he begins his NFL career.
"Just letting my actions speak for themselves...
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on Thursday with veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby on a one-year contract, Darren Urban of the team’s official website reports. Photo Credit: AZCardinals.com Dansby was selected at the top of the second round by the club out of Auburn in the 2004 NFL Draft. He spent his first six seasons in the league with the team (2004-09), racking...
Greg Byrne wasn't kidding.
A week after the Arizona athletic director said during the athletic department's "Road Tour" stop at Chase Field that he would like to schedule more football games in the Phoenix market, Byrne confirmed a report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal that UA and UNLV are in talks to move this year's game from Las Vegas to University of...
TEMPE, Ariz. — The Honey Badger wants to shed his nickname.
There are too many bad memories, too much of a stigma attached to the name once meant as a compliment to former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu.
“I understand that there’s a lot of people who love it and can’t let it go,” Mathieu said Thursday during his introductory news conference with the Arizona Cardinals...
After the Miami Dolphins' push for publicly-funded stadium renovations died last week, speculation has run rampant that the franchise may now consider a move out of South Florida. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has never explicitly said that moving the team was on the table, but relocation is often the leverage a team will use to convince a city to subsidize a new or upgraded stadium...
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Honey Badger wants to shed his nickname.
Too many bad memories, too much of a stigma attached to the name once meant as a compliment to former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu.
"I understand that there's a lot of people who love it and can't let it go," Mathieu said Thursday during his introductory news conference with the Cardinals....
Return specialist/wide receiver Josh Cribbs has reportedly drawn interest from the Raiders, with whom he visited on Monday.
The former Browns player is recovering from a torn meniscus, which has been repaired with offseason arthroscopic surgery. Cribbs says he’s back to being healthy. And according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport—via Vic Tafur—the team offered Cribbs a contract...
Super Bowl L and the Miami Dolphins' long-term future remain hot topics a week after plans to refurbish Sun Life Stadium were dealt a severe blow by the Florida Legislature.
The Dolphins and the South Florida Super Bowl Bid Committee held a news conference Thursday to give details of their plans for hosting Super Bowl L in 2016 or LI in 2017. A presentation will be made to NFL...
While the New York Giants continue to wait on Victor Cruz to make up his mind on whether or not he wants to earn a lot of money in the 2013 season, the Giants are turning their attention to another free agent wide receiver in former Browns do-it-all man, Josh Cribbs. According to a report via Pro Football Talk, the Giants are bringing in Cribbs on Thursday for a visit. Cribbs isn’t...
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