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The Arizona Cardinals will face many inevitable challenges in the upcoming 2013 NFL regular season. Aside from the arduous task of trying to compete with the two of the league’s top projected preseason Super Bowl contenders—the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks—the Cardinals also have to find a way to take things to the next level on offense after finishing 28th in passing, next-to-last in scoring and dead last in the league in rushing and total offense last season. The hope is that the arrival of two-time Pro Bowl signal-caller Carson Palmer—who became just the second quarterback in Oakland Raiders‘ history to throw for over 4,000 yards in a single season in 2012 and new head coach Bruce Arians—who worked wonders as the interim coach for the Indianapolis Colts can help to really resurrect the Cardinals’ porous offense. “We have six home runs on the play sheet every week,” Arians said shortly after he was hired, “and I’m not coming home with any bullets left in the gun.
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Cardinals are looking to trade running back Ryan Williams.
The Cardinals are shopping RB Ryan Williams ahead of the roster cutdown deadlines.
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) August 26, 2013
I can’t imagine any team trading for Williams, he can’t stay healthy and is still unproven in the NFL.
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According to Mike Wilkening of Profootballtalk.com, Arizona Cardinals rookie left guard Jonathan Cooper suffered a broken leg in the third quarter of Saturday night’s exhibition loss to San Diego.
The Arizona Cardinals have released kicker Dan Carpenter, four days after signing him to compete with Jay Feely.
Carpenter attempted one field goal, a 26-yarder that was blocked Saturday night in the Cardinals' 24-7 exhibition loss to the San Diego Chargers.
Nine other players were released by the team on Sunday - quarterback Caleb Terbush, tackle Joe Caprioglio, wide receiver...
Cardinals tailback Rashard Mendenhall (sprained right knee) won't play in the final preseason game, but is expected to be ready for the opener, barring any setbacks, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.Fantasy Spin:Mendenhall is trying to bounce back from a terrible 2012-13 season when he produced just 182 yards in six games. Meanwhile, rumors around Phoenix are...
Cardinals tight end Rob Housler has been diagnosed with the dreaded high-ankle sprain, according to coach Bruce Arians.Fantasy Spin:The 6-foot-5 Housler is a candidate for a breakout season as new quarterback Carson palmer is quick to utilize tight ends. A high-ankle sprain, however likely means he won't be ready for the season opener.
TEMPE, Ariz. Scroll through the litany of preseason stories on Cardinals tight end Rob Housler and youre likely to encounter some version of this statement: Dropped far too many passes in 2012.
Then you remember the dropped touchdown on Saturday against San Diego and the dropped ball on the only pass thrown his way the previous week against the Cowboys and you nod your head; a willing...
Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett uploaded this Instagram video over the weekend and in it he professes his love for Oprah in just about the strangest way possible. I really hope she saw this.
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Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett posted a video on Instagram proclaiming his love for Oprah Winfrey and her body. He posted the video with this as the comment, “I love me some thick ass Oprah!
The Cardinals PreWeek-3 match up against the San Diego Chargers was ugly. It was ugly stats wise, play wise, and injury wise. I tried time and time again to sugar coat it with something, anything, but to no avail. The Cardinals offense, was yet again hampered by mental errors. Receivers running wrong routes, linemen getting flagged for bad penalties. Levi Brown, who Cardinal fans...