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The Cardinals selection of Rob Housler in 3rd Rd of the 2011 draft was viewed as a bit of reach for the 6'4, 248 lb tight end out of Florida Atlantic. Now, however, Housler is generating a lot of buzz coming out of OTA's and the team's recent mini-camp.
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The Cardinals have never been ones to focus on the tight end in their offense, but times are changing. The tight end has become a focal point of offenses all across the league and the Cardinals no longer have quite the outside wide receiver talent that they had in years past when they had Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin in their primes. They used a 3rd round pick on a tight end...
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The rivalry between Mike Leach and Craig James has not stopped. Given an opportunity to take a shot at James, Leach fired away.
Beanie Wells led the Cardinals in carries last season and the 2009 1st round pick had his first 1000 yard season, rushing 1047 yards and 10 touchdowns on 245 carries. However, he had offseason knee surgery and has yet to practice this offseason, a bad sign for a player with a history of injuries. Today his Head Coach, Ken Whisenhunt, challenged him by saying that he better “bust...
The Cardinals are one of several teams holding a competition for starting quarterback this offseason. They traded a 2nd round pick and a starting cornerback for Kevin Kolb last offseason and gave him a 5 year deal worth max 63 million, but John Skelton arguably outplayed him last season, putting up similar stats and going 6-2, as opposed to 2-6 for Kevin Kolb.
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2012 NFL Season Preview: Arizona Cardinals. Why the Cardinals will win the NFC West.
If there is anyone that is still reveling in Craig James’ embarrassing failed bid for US Senate, it is no surprise that it is Washington State head coach Mike Leach. Leach still blames James for his ouster at Texas Tech, after he locked the former analyst’s son in a shed after he complained of migraine [...]
Kevin Kolb and John Skelton will both have a fair shot at being the Cardinals' starting quarterback.