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Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely agreed to a two-year contract on Friday.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Feely has successfully kicked 43 of 51 field-goal attempts in his two seasons in the desert. He also scored a touchdown while executing a fake field goal in 2010.
Last season, Feely went 19-for-24 on his field-goal attempts - making his last 11.
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The Cardinals brought back two of their free agents Friday, agreeing to terms on a two-year contract with kicker Jay Feely and re-signing guardtackle DAnthony Batiste to a one-year contract. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
The 35-year-old Feely has spent past two seasons in Arizona. The 12th-year veteran appeared in all 32 games for the Cardinals during that time and converted...
Clearly Arizona Cardinal DT Darnell Dockett likes a lot of attention. Dockett posted these random photos of his arsenal on Sunday to Instagram. He really seems to like guns. I have nothing else to add.
Arizona isn't worrying about QB Kevin Kolb's potential hurt feelings over the team's Peyton Manning courtship. The Cardinals are prepared to enter 2012 with Kolb as the starter.
PULLMAN -- The wait is over and Mike Leach and the Cougs are back out on the gridiron. Fifteen more photos in vivid Technicolor capture spring drills out on the Palouse, direct from the CF.C lens...
New Washington State head coach Mike Leach would like to have a 64-team playoff for college football. That was the most interesting nugget to come out of Lisa Horne's article on Leach.
Here's Leach on college football playoffs:
"The minimum should be 16 teams,’’ he said. “I think 32 is better than 16, but I think 64 would be ideal," he started to explain to...
The Arizona Cardinals and cornerback William Gay have agreed to a two-year deal.
The team announced the agreement in a release Sunday.
Gay spent the previous four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who selected him in the fifth round of the 2007 draft. He has appeared in all 80 regular-season games since entering the league, including 37 starts.
Last season, he started 15 games...
PULLMAN – New Washington State football coach Mike Leach had plenty of good things to say about his players after the team’s first spring practice Thursday, and players were quick to return the compliments.
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PULLMAN—Day One of spring ball had come to a close and head coach Mike Leach was all smiles after practice. The pads won’t come on for a few days and although there were some hiccups along the way, the offense had a very productive first session. The Coug wide receivers stole the show, with Bobby Ratliff turning in the play of the day.