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Cardinals HC Ken Whisenhunt said that QB Ryan Lindley will be the starter on Sunday, per Kent Somers.
The move is likely more focused on the future, considering the Cardinals are out of the hunt at this point and need to thoroughly evaluate all of their options at quarterback for 2013.
Lindley is having a disappointing season thus far, having already thrown five interceptions without a touchdown pass to date, along with his 48.3% completion percentage. He’ll likely struggle against the Lions on Sunday.
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Rookie Ryan Lindley will be the Arizona Cardinals' starting quarterback in Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions, coach Ken Whisenhunt announced Wednesday. John Skelton started last week's 58-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He threw four interceptions before being replaced by Lindley. Lindley has played in five games this season, including two starts, both of...
Coming on in relief of John Skelton, Ryan Lindley completed 8-of-17 passes for 59 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in the Cardinals’ Week 14 loss to the Seahawks. John Skelton turned the ball over five times and was facing a 48-0 deficit before coach Ken Whisenhunt turned to Lindley. It speaks to the state of the quarterback position in Arizona. No matter who starts against...
Cardinals rookie QB Ryan Lindley will start Week 15, according to beat writer Kent Somers.Fantasy Spin:Based on Lindley's performaces to date (55.8 QB rating, 48.3 percent completion rate), it's impossible to start any Arizona receiver, even the uber-talented Larry Fitzgerald.
Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill said the team would not fire head coach Ken Whisenhunt before the end of the season, the Arizona Republic reported Monday. Bidwill told the Republic the Cardinals don't want to make an emotional response to the team's 58-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, which gave the Cardinals a nine-game losing streak. Bidwill called the loss...
Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt is soldiering on.
A day after the Cardinals endured the most one-sided loss in franchise history, the team's ninth defeat in a row, Whisenhunt said he will stick with what he knows has worked in the past.
In the locker room before the Monday team meeting, defensive tackle Darnell Dockett said he would keep playing hard for defensive coordinator...
TEMPE, Ariz. The only significant news coming from the Cardinals complex on Monday was that there was no news, unless you count Darnell Docketts running feud with head coach Ken Whisenhunt, which is actually old news.
Nobody was talking about imminent change. Whisenhunt is still the coach. Ray Horton is not. Rod Graves is still the general manager. Mike Miller is still the offensive...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Cardinals president Michael Bidwill says Ken Whisenhunt will remain the coach for the rest of the season.
I dont intend to make any decisions based on emotion, Bidwill told a small group of reporters at the Cardinals practice complex late Monday afternoon in his first public comments on the topic. Yesterdays loss was extremely disappointing -- unacceptable. Its extremely...
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With just a few games to play in the 2012 regular season, it's starting to become apparent which coaches will survive and which coaches will be hitting the road. This weekend's round of games pushed a few coaches one step closer to being dismissed. Here's the short list of coaches hitting the road following the conclusion of the season.
5) Rex Ryan, NYJ: Another close...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Arizona Cardinals claimed QB Brian Hoyer off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There’s no question that adding anyone at this point would almost certainly be an upgrade for the Cardinals, but it would be pretty hard to get Hoyer acclimated to their offensive system in time to play against the Lions this weekend.
Team president Michael...