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For Arizona Cardinals defensive end Nick Eason, the disease of breast cancer hit home with him after his mother passed away from it back in August.
Eason decided to honor her memory by helping to destroy breast cancer...or at least a car with breast cancer sprayed on the hood.
Check out Nick and some folks destroying the car with a sledge hammer:
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According to Mike Jurecki of xtra 910 in Arizona, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that the Cardinals will bring in quarterback Vince Young for a work out this week.With Kevin Kolb sidelined for a while and John Skelton not cutting it, the Cardinals might turn to Young to try and save their season.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and one Arizona Cardinals player is doing his part in spreading the word. And it goes way beyond just sporting some pink-clad gloves during gameday.Seen here is Cardinals defensive end Nick Eason beating the living hell out of a car using a sledge hammer. Eason, who lost his mother to the disease in August, spray painted the words...
This is a big game for the Arizona Cardinals. They've lost two in a row after a stellar 4-0 start. Their offensive line is a mess. Their starting quarterback, Kevin Kolb, will miss several weeks with a chest/rib injury. The Red Birds need a win to keep pace with the 49ers in the NFC West. It won't be easy. The Vikings have a very balanced squad and the Metrodome is always...
Coming into the 2012 NFL season, expectations weren't too high for the Arizona Cardinals. They had a QB battle between John Skelton & Kevin Kolb and Skelton was named the starter.. Well due to an injury to Skelton, Kolb was the Cardinals starting QB for the first 6 games of the season until he went down against the Buffalo Bills in week 6 with an injury to his ribs.. Kolb...
This Arizona Cardinals season has been marked with both ups and downs this year while they have dealt with their many problems. Coming into the year they were switching between two quarterbacks, and injuries have thus far been the deciding factor on who has gotten the snaps. The Cardinals have also had to deal with a very below average offensive line that has given up the most...
For those who wrote and opined at the beginning of the season that the Cardinals have a better chance of winning with John Skelton at quarterback than Kevin Kolb, we just dont see it.When you sift through the detritus of Sundays 21-14 loss in Minnesota, you will notice a quarterback who completed 69.4 percent of his passes (25 of 36) for 266 yards and a touchdown. You will see he...
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell went on SiriusXM NFL Radio and proclaimed his hatred of the first-place 49ers, who visit the Cardinals on Monday night.
I really felt like I could have had four sacks last week and I had zero, Campbell said Tuesday. So Ive got to make up for that this week, especially going against the 49ers, who I really hate with a passion...
The Arizona Cardinals have declared FB Anthony Sherman, CB Greg Toler, FS Kerry Rhodes, QB Kevin Kolb, LB Reggie Walker, OT Senio Kelemete, TE Todd Heap inactive for Week 7. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
Free agent QB Vince Young is set to work out for the Cardinals on Tuesday.Fantasy Spin:Young was cut from Buffalo during the preseason. Young would likely serve as a backup for John Skelton until Kevin Kolb is heatlhy again. He won't have any fantasy value.
PULLMAN – Washington State head coach Mike Leach has banned his team from Twitter. In a day and age in which social media seemingly has no filters, Leach introduced some, making the call Tuesday that enough was enough. His players are now forbidden from tweeting and the consequences for doing so will be dire.
Despite an ESPN report that the Arizona Cardinals were going to work out free agent quarterback Vince Young, it’s not going to happen, according to Howard Eskin of FOX 29 … Continue reading »
Pictures from the Vikings’ 21-14 win over the Arizona Cardinals at Mall of America Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota
SPOKANE -- Mike Leach made his in-season Spokane Cougar Club luncheon debut on Monday and told a full house that the Washington State Cougars need to exorcise the ghosts of seasons past. He also talked a little recruiting, specifically on the o-line needs for the 2013 class.
MIKE LEACH CONTINUES to prime the Texas pipeline to Washington State. The latest verbal commitment for the Cougars is an outside linebacker prospect -- his prep coach describes him as an uber-physical defender who can flat out run.
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