Posted October 13, 2011 on
Center Lyle Sendlein isn't a fan of wearing a microphone during games, a result of a new mandate by the NFL.
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When Cardinals center Lyle Sendlein talks on Sundays, he prefers the conversations remain private.
Kevin Kolb is disgusted with the way his Arizona career has started. He knows the Cardinals paid him big money to be the franchise quarterback for years to come.
So he says he is looking in the mirror to find the leader to bring the team out of its four-game losing streak, that his postgame comments after Sunday's 34-10 loss at Minnesota were not meant to blame his teammates...
Statistically, the Arizona Cardinals don't have the worst secondary in the NFL. It just seems that way sometimes.
Untimely big plays against a pair of young cornerbacks and a pair of veteran safeties make the Arizona defensive backs an easy target for criticism. When rookie cornerback Patrick Peterson is beaten on a play, it's there for all to see.
Rashad Johnson, former safety for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team, and current safety for the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL has been working to show the residents of his hometown of Sulligent, Ala., his appreciation for their unending support throughout the past few years.
Florida Atlantic's athletic director says his long list of possible candidates to succeed coach Howard Schnellenberger includes former coaches Mike Leach, Randy Shannon and Jim Leavitt.