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Daryl Washington’s four-game suspension was upheld by the league on Thursday afternoon, according to a number of different sources.


Time is now for Cardinals’ Ryan Williams

Ryan Williams might not be in an Arizona Cardinals uniform come Week One. The former 2011 second round pick has had season-ending knee and shoulder injuries each of the last two years and has not suited up since very early on in this training camp due to feeling soreness in the same bothersome knee.

Three Cardinals make Forbes’ overpaid, underpaid lists

Cardinals star receiver Larry Fitzgerald can add a new title to his future hall of fame career; one of the league’s most overpaid players. On Wednesday, Forbes released their annual list of the NFL’s overpaid players and Fitzgerald placed seventh out of 10 players.

Arizona Cardinals: Rising from the Ashes

Having attended the Arizona Cardinals’ draft party, the Fanfest and the Red/White scrimmage over the past few months, there has been a noticeable change within the Arizona Cardinals organization under the new GM and head coach.  But as an Arizona Cardinals’ fan, we’ve seen this act before, too many times.  So many of the fans I spoke to at these events all had a guarded optimism...

Bruce Arians says ‘I don’t see the dominance that everybody else talks about’ with 49ers, Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians once coached with the Pittsburgh Steelers as their offensive coordinator, and went up against the New England Patriots almost annually in the 2000’s. The Steelers won two Super Bowls in that era, while the Patriots won three. So excuse him when he looks at two teams that have a lot of potential, but haven’t won anything yet and puts it...

Forbes: Cardinals 24th in franchise value

The Arizona Cardinals are at the bottom tier of the National Football League value list according to Forbes. At a cool $961 million, the team is 24th overall on this year’s annual list just behind the New Orleans Saints and ahead of the San Diego Chargers.

Tyrann Mathieu will likely start this week

After a pretty impressive game last week,   Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu will have a chance to start this week after Rashad Johnson suffered a “mild” MCL sprain and ankle sprain during Monday’s practice. Johnson is considered to be day-to-day right now and likely won’t play this week against the Cowboys, according to “It just gives me an opportunity...

Peterson an intriguing option as Cardinals' 4th receiver

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- One of the more popular topics at training camp this season has been the fourth wide receiver slot, specifically, who will win it. Jaron Brown and Charles Hawkins flashed some potential Friday against Green Bay, but coach Bruce Arians still viewed their games as 50-50 performances with too many mistakes. Former Arizona State wideout Kerry Taylor had climbed to...

No timeframe for Cardinals RB Ryan Williams' return

When Arizona Cardinals running back Ryan Williams went down with his knee injury just after the start of training camp, the team assumed he would need only a few days to recover. Since then, nearly two weeks have passed, and the Cardinals appear to be getting frustrated with the running back's lack of progress. Head coach Bruce Arians showed some of that angst yesterday when...

Cardinals Don’t See The 49ers And Seahawks As Dominant

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians isn’t interested in talking about an arms race in the NFC West between the 49ers and the Seahawks. Arians in fact has no interest in talking about either team being the dominant team in the division.  While talking to the teams official website, Arians said ‘he doesn’t see the dominance with the 49ers and Seahawks that everyone is...

Tyrann Mathieu to get first NFL start for Cardinals

Rookie free safety Tyrann Mathieu will get his first NFL start for the Arizona Cardinals in Saturday’s preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to Darren Urban of the Cardinals' team website. Arizona’s starting free safety Rashad Johnson reportedly suffered a mild MCL and ankle sprain during Monday’s team practice. Johnson is considered day-to-day but is likely...

Cardinals GM Compares Patrick Peterson to Bo Jackson & Deion Sanders

I am going to need the Cardinals GM to be drug tested immediately. "He's the closest thing in the league to a Bo Jackson, a Deion Sanders" – @AZCardinals GM Steve Keim on Patrick Peterson — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) August 16, 2013 Peterson is a very good return man and a good, not great cornerback. He shouldn’t even been in the same sentence as Prime or Bo.

2013 Arizona Cardinal Schedule: Part Three

The Arizona Cardinals have a tough beginning half of their 2013 NFL schedule ending with a break in …The post 2013 Arizona Cardinal Schedule: Part Three appeared first on On Her Game.
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