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Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt confirmed that LB OBrien Schofield will go on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
Schofield got tangled up with teammate Darnell Docket in the second half of the Cardinals loss to the Packers on Sunday and suffered the left ankle injury.
The third-year pro has started all nine games this season and has 34 tackles and four sacks. Ex-Raider Quentin Groves replaced Schofield and will likely start in his place going forward. Source: ProFootball Weekly Attached Thumbnails
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Former Ohio State and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver David Boston is facing up to 3 years in prison after pleading guilty in a West Palm Beach court Tuesday.
He was charged last year with punching a woman in the head. Police say he was drunk at his Boca Raton home when he punched the woman twice in the head. The woman needed 10 stitiches!
He'll hear his fate at a December...
Cardinals HC Ken Whisenhunt told reporters on Monday that he expects to have QB Kevin Kolb back “sooner rather than later,” but wouldn’t offer a specific timetable for his return, per Darren Urban.
Kolb has been out for a few weeks now with a number of injuries. Since John Skelton has taken over, Arizona has dropped four straight games with Skelton producing 2 passing touchdowns...
Cardinals LT D’Anthony Batiste was benched in favor of Nate Potter during Sunday’s Week 9 loss to the Packers. Finally. Batiste has been the worst left tackle in the league this season and is a big reason why the Cardinals’ offensive line reached historically bad proportions. Potter is a seventh-round rookie, but he can’t do much worse. Expect him to start in Week 11 when...
The Cardinals are going to give rookie Nate Potter a shot at left tackle, and coach Ken Whisenhunt says more changes might be coming as Arizona looks to end a five-game losing streak.
A seventh-round draft pick out of Boise State, Potter entered Sunday's game at Green Bay in the second quarter, replacing D'Anthony Batiste. Whisenhunt says he was ''very impressed...
The Arizona Cardinals have hit a rough patch of the season and are now looking like a team that may struggle to remain .500 after a great start to the year. Unfortunately, Larry Fitzgerald is one of those guys who could have done so much more if he had a quarterback. Imagine if Rodgers was throwing to Fitz. It’d be insane – anyway, Fitz kept busy during his off week and fed this...
Cardinals RB Beanie Wells told reporters that there’s “no doubt” he will be back in time for the team’s Week 12 matchup against the St Louis Rams, via AzCardinals.com.
Wells was placed on IR with the designation to return and could return to practice as soon as Wednesday. Arizona has their bye this weekend and considering that Wells will not be available for Week 11, La’Rod...
Arizona Cardinals rookie wideout Michael Floyd will see his playing time increase, according to coach Ken Whisenhunt.Fantasy Spin:At this point we can't see Floyd getting enough opportunities to have any fantasy value this season. He's still sitting behind Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Roberts and Early Doucet. And of course his quarterback is either John Skelton or Kevin Kolb.
Washington State is having a tough season. We knew that Mike Leach was taking over a tough job but with reports of mutiny and a 2-7 record(0-6 in conference) things are getting weird out there in Pullman. I’m actually hoping the team gets better so that we can get more Mike Leach but they have The post Video: Full Bizare Mike Leach Press Conference appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Unquiet on the Western Front.
A Few Small Repairs.
Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez promises to work of the Wildcats issues with getting penalties. (The Tuscon Citizen)
Running Out of Days?
Avinash Kunnath wonders if USC defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin may be on the Hot Seat after two big back-to-back losses to Arizona and Oregon. (Pacific Takes)
OVER THE PAST several weeks, Washington State coach Mike Leach has publicly criticized his football players. The Cougars are 2-7 and deserve criticism, but coaches typically yell at their players at practice or rip them in private. They don’t berate them in front of the media.