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It would be easy to dismiss O'Brien Schofield's consecutive sacks in the fourth quarter last week against the Browns as a case of the young Cardinals outside linebacker being in the right place at the right time.
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He is listed at 6-2 and 230 pounds, but if you ask those players who have been met head on and tackled by Darryl Washington, they’ll tell you it’s like running into a brick wall.
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Merry Christmas everyone. The Arizona Cardinals are on the road on Saturday to face the Cincinnati Bengals. It is the first road tilt for the Cards since November 27th against the St. Louis Rams. The Cards have won four straight and will need to go for five in a row with backup quarterback John Skelton once again. Kevin Kolb is still nursing his concussion from two weeks...
The Arizona Cardinals have placed outside linebacker Joey Porter on injured reserve, ending the season for the four-time Pro Bowler.
Porter has missed eight games with a knee injury. The 34-year-old former Pittsburgh Steelers star is two sacks shy of 100 for his career. He agreed to take a pay cut, from $5.75 million to $1.75 million to return to the Cardinals for a second season...
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton is expected to start Saturday against the Cincinnati Bengals while Kevin Kolb continues to recover from his most recent concussion, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Kevin Kolb, recovering from a concussion, was listed as questionable on the team's final injury report on Friday.
Outside linebacker Joey Porter was played on injured reserve Wednesday, ending his season for the Arizona Cardinals.
The 2011 Arizona Cardinals are one of the great fourth quarter comeback teams of all time. Really. They have six fourth quarter comebacks in seven wins this year. Only one team in NFL history has more late comebacks. After a 1-6 start, the Cardinals are still alive in the playoff race at 7-7. Second-year quarterback…
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Coach Ken Whisenhunt isn't naming a starting quarterback for Saturday's game in Cincinnati for one of two reasons: He hasn't picked one or he has and just doesn't want to say.
The Cardinals and Bengals are relying on young players in search of meaningful outcomes late in the season.