Found July 27, 2013 on One is the Loneliest Number:
The only constant is change. True when it comes to life and even more true when it comes to the National Football League. Teams have undergone massive offseason changes, plan to tune up at training camp and hope to be well oiled machines at the end of preseason. However, even well oiled machines get a wrench thrown in the mix with unpredictable injuries and obstacles. Predictions aside, here is a glimpse at the first quarter of the 2013 schedule for the Arizona Cardinals, broken down by week and opponent.

Cardinals rookie Ryan Swope forced to retire

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Ryan Swope has already decided to retire from the NFL after suffering multiple concussions during his college career at Texas A&M. The #AZCardinals placed wide receiver Ryan Swope on the reserve/retired list due to concussion issues. #CardsCamp #nfl — Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) July 25, 2013 Swope ended up suffering a concussion...

Cards notes: O-line takes shape, Abraham arrives

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A day after the signing of veteran free agent Eric Winston created a host of questions about competition on the offensive line, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians offered some clarity. Winston's signing seemed to open up the possibility that right tackle Bobby Massie could shift to left tackle, replacing Levi Brown, who missed all of last season with a torn triceps...

Cardinals sign first round pick Jonathan Cooper

The organization and their rookie offensive lineman Jonathan Cooper agreed to a four-year contract on Sunday morning, according to a number of media sources.

Cardinals agree to terms with first-round pick Cooper

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Early in Cardinals coach Bruce Arians' daily press briefing Sunday, he was asked when left guard and No. 7 overall draft pick Jonathan Cooper would start falling behind amid ongoing contract negotiations. "Last week," Arians replied. It was only minutes later that Arians was "extremely pleased and happy" to announce that Cooper and the...

Cardinals ink rookie LG Jonathan Cooper to four-year contract

The Arizona Cardinals have signed the No. 7 overall pick to a four-year contract. Left guard Jonathan Cooper’s new deal is worth $14.55 million. Since he was drafted inside the top ten Cooper’s deal is guaranteed for all four seasons. He will be the Cardinals starting left guard come Week 1 with Lyle Sendlein at center and Eric Winston at right tackle. The Cardinals offensive...

Report: Cardinals, Jonathan Cooper can’t reach a middle ground

Slowly but surely the entire 2013 NFL draft class has been getting signed by their respective teams in time for camp.  Except for at least one player. According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, the Cardinals and rookie first round pick, guard Jonathan Cooper can’t seem to reach a middle ground to get a deal done. The Cardinals and the agent for guard Jonathan Cooper are...

Notes from Day Two of Cardinals Camp

Day Two of Cardinals Camp has already come and gone. From all indications, it was another productive day as this team continues to build up to their first preseason game in a couple of weeks.

Darnell Dockett Hopes to Bring Pet Tiger to Cardinals Training Camp (Photo)

Darnell Dockett hopes to bring a guest with him to Cardinals training camp. It’s not a family member or girlfriend, though — the linebacker wants to be accompanied by his brand new pet tiger. Dockett tweeted a photo of “Buddy” earlier this week, and he hopes he’ll have a chance to show off the tiger cub to his teammates in person. “I’m trying to bring him to training...

Cardinals First-Round Pick G Jonathan Cooper Officially A Hold Out

Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic confirms that Cardinals first-round pick G Jonathan Cooper is officially holding out from training camp. Cooper, who has yet to sign his rookie contract, has officially made it known that “negotiation time” is over after failing to show up to the team’s first day of training camp on Friday. According to Somers, both sides are far apart from...

Darnell Dockett believes Jumanji approach will drive ticket sales

Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett has it all figured out when it comes to filling the stands and driving up his jersey sales. Fox Sports 910 Phoenix hosted Dockett in one of the funnier interviews I’ve come across in a while.  The long-time Cardinal told the radio station that he has acquired a pet tiger named Little Buddy, and that he’s hoping to bring his...

Cards notes: 'Outstanding' offseason for Mathieu

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Cardinals rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu just can't seem to shake his old moniker, "Honey Badger." "I tried to, but it seems it's on my shoulder" Mathieu said through a smile Sunday. "I don't know. I just go with the flow." Mathieu has, however, been able to shake his off-the-field issues, at least so far, as he tries to...

Cards, rookie Cooper agree to terms

The Arizona Cardinals have reached a contract agreement with first-round draft pick Jonathan Cooper. The four-year deal is worth about $14.5 million, the maximum allowed under the NFL collective bargaining agreement for Cooper as the seventh pick overall. The 6-foot-2, 311-pound guard from North Carolina missed the first two days of training camp, when the team worked out in shorts...

No Abraham, no problem for Patriots pass rush

Remember that time John Abraham was in Foxborough and had a meeting with the Patriots that went so well he was supposedly checking out Range Rovers on route 1? Yeah, well you can officially put an end to John Abraham watch as he signed a two year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday according to Adam Schefter.  Although Abraham was still a free agent we should have known...
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