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Defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is in a good mood these days, he’s tweeting at beauty queens, and playing the dozens with Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron.
However, it wasn’t always like that, in actuality Dockett wanted out of Arizona if former coach Ken Whisenhunt had stayed. Dockett felt he wasn’t being utilized right, but new coach Bruce Arians has the same idea Dockett has, which is going back to his old position.
“Arians told me he is going to put me in my regular position that I had been playing over the years, when I was a dominant force in the middle,” Dockett said.
“That got me fired up right away because I’ve been just looking for another opportunity to do what I do best, and that’s go out and dominate games,” via Dan Brickley of azcentral.com.
“I never wanted to be an Albert Haynesworth. I never wanted to be one of those guys who will get paid a lot of money and get into the media and [complain] about the position and things like that. I just sucked it up under Horton.
I just did my best at a position that I was never really great at. But again, I just never wanted to be one of those guys, and I just wanted to put the team first. And I wasn’t going to let my selfish ways get involved with our team. I sacrificed.”
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According to the Arizona Republic, former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and defensive lineman Darnell Dockett weren’t very fond of one another.
Whisenhunt wasn’t crazy about Dockett’s immaturity at times.
the messages from Ken Whisenhunt weren’t always so well-intended or received. And by the end of the 2012 season, Dockett was in a much darker place.
He had defied...
Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells admittingly says it was a difficult season, citing a frequent bumping of heads with then head coach Ken Whisenhunt. "We definitely had our fair share of disagreements this season, and I've never been in a situation like that before," Wells said, via Fox Sport Arizona.
The Arizona Cardinals are expected to formally announce this week that they hired Amos Jones as their special teams coach, according to multiple reports. Jones worked with new Cardinals coach Bruce Arians at Alabama during his career. Jones spent several years as a college assistant before spending a year in the Canadian Football League and then joining the Pittsburgh Steelers...
Scrolling Craig's List can be fun.
There are missed connections to be browsed, haiku's to be discussed in the forums and collectibles to be sold.
So, after confirming I was not a missed connection, I skipped the haiku discussion forum and found myself clicking an advertisement selling a playbook with multiple NFL players:
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Larry Fitzgerald is quarterback proof, they said. Check out his 2011 numbers with John Skelton at quarterback, they said. If you were one of the “lucky” fake football GMs to have selected Fitzgerald with an early round draft pick or, perhaps, traded for the artist formerly known as “Sticky Hands” in your dynasty league, then you were probably watching your make believe...
Larry Fitzgerald is quarterback proof, they said.
Check out his 2011 numbers with John Skelton at quarterback, they said.
If you were one of the “lucky” fake football GMs to have selected Fitzgerald with an early round draft pick or, perhaps, traded for the artist formerly known as “Sticky Hands” in your dynasty league, then you were probably watching your make believe...
Three Potential NFL Draft Picks for the Arizona Cardinals
A new NFL draft feature to grace the pages of TSHQ.
by Eric Judd
If you scour the Internet, you will find no end to mock drafts and pundits already assuring you of whom your favorite team will choose in April. The point of this series is not to flaunt the psychic powers of TSHQ, it is to provide...