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Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett is likely to face disciplinary action from the team after an incident between Dockett and teammate Kerry Rhodes during Sunday's game against the Jets, KTAR radio in Arizona reported. Dockett spit in Rhodes' face during the game, according to ProFootballTalk.com. The incident occurred late in the fourth quarter. The Cardinals were behind 7-6 and the Jets had the ball, but the Cardinals' defense planned to let the Jets score a touchdown. That would have made the score 14-6 and given the Cardinals time to tie the score with a touchdown and two-point conversion. But, according to a report by ProFootballTalk.com, Dockett didn't want to let the Jets score. Rhodes was trying to persuade Dockett to go along with the plan when Dockett spit at Rhodes. Coach Ken Whisenhunt was asked about the report on KTAR radio. "We prefer to keep internal matters within the team and not discuss them publicly," Whisenhun...
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Cardinals linebacker Darnell Dockett reportedly spat in the face of teammate Kerry Rhodes following a disagreement over strategy during the team's game against the Jets.
TEMPE, Ariz. Maybe somebody should roll out Herman Edwards infamous postgame press conference for Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett.
You play to win the game! Hello?! You play to win the game!
Give Dockett credit for facing the media on Wednesday, as a team captain should do. Give Dockett credit for apologizing to teammate Kerry Rhodes for an altercation of which details...
Arizona defensive tackle Darnell Dockett says he's apologized to teammate Kerry Rhodes for the pair's on-field run-in during the waning seconds of last Sunday's loss to the New York Jets.
Dockett says Rhodes has forgiven him and the pair is moving on.
What Dockett described as a ''very heated argument'' stemmed from Rhodes trying to persuade him to allow...
There are moments that make you cringe to be a journalist. A ProFootballTalk.com report on Monday regarding the Cardinals is one such moment.
Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett and safety Kerry Rhodes were allegedly involved in some sort of incident that drew plenty of chatter on Twitter following the Cardinals 7-6 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday in New Jersey. Citing a source...
Arizona safety Kerry Rhodes has confirmed he had a run-in with teammate Darnell Dockett at the end of Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
Rhodes says in an email released by the Cardinals that there was an on-field ''disagreement'' but emphatically denies a report that Dockett spit in his face and says the two have agreed to move on.
The dispute reportedly...
Kerry Rhodes has gone on record about the incident between he and teammate, Darnell Dockett from Sunday’s game against the Jets. Initially it was reported that the altercation ended with Dockett spitting in Rhodes face. Rhodes has said via an e-mail released via the Cardinals, that while the two did have a situation, spitting was [...]
Things aren’t so great for the Arizona Cardinals this season. The team has a current record of 4-8 with problems at the QB position. Now comes word out of Arizona that there was an on-field altercation between safety, Kerry Rhodes and linebacker Darnell Dockett that ended with Dockett spitting in Rhodes face. During Sunday’s game [...]
EX-JET BURNS TEAM IN A SCRIPTED FASHION WITH TREMENDOUS INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Called the "Hollywood type" and a "selfish-ass guy" by Rex Ryan in his 2011 book, Play Like You Mean It, Kerry Rhodes lived up to those labels -- in all the right ways.He 'selfishly' picked off Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez twice and forced a fumble...
Before the 2010 season, the New York Jets traded safety Kerry Rhodes to the Arizona Cardinals for a pair of late-round draft picks. Jets coach Rex Ryan later called Rhodes "selfish" in his book.Rhodes was plenty selfish Sunday against his former team. Rhodes intercepted Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez twice and forced a fumble in the Cardinals' 7-6 loss. He also had six...
The script could have been perfect.
Kerry Rhodes -- playing his first game back in the New York area since the Jets traded him and coach Rex Ryan infamously insulted him -- had two interceptions, a forced fumble and a big pass breakup on third down in a superlative Cardinals defensive effort.
While Jets kicker and former University of Arizona kicker Nick Folk struck the uprights...