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Larry Fitzgerald and the new-look Cardinals host the Steelers this weekend in their first meeting since the Super Bowl in Tampa nearly three years ago.
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Larry Fitzgerald is feeling the heat in Arizona, where the lack of a legitimate second receiver has left the All-Pro exposed and the Cardinals off to a disappointing 1-4 start.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald backtracks from venting about the need for a better No. 2 receiver, saying he feels "no frustration at all."
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OLB O'Brien Schofield and a handful of other players could see more action on Sunday, RB/KR LaRod Stephens-Howling will be back on the field and LB Joey Porter's status is still uncertain.
The anti-climatic announcement came this afternoon, the Arizona Cardinals home game this Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers is officially a sellout. Of course with the six gazillion Steelers fans that live around here, it comes as no surprise. The Cards will continue their sellout streak. They’ve sold out every preseason, regular season, and postseason game since moving...
Super Bowl XLIII seems as if it took place ''eons'' ago to Cardinals and Steelers coaches.
Season 2, Episode 32 of The Terrible Podcast is up and since David Todd is still out in Las Vegas so Nick Richetta once again gets a helmet on the show. Nick and I start off this episode by looking at the injury report that Mike Tomlin gave on Tuesday and how it could affect the Steelers this weekend against the Arizona Cardinals. We also look at a few other comments Tomlin made...
The Steelers travel to Arizona to play the Cardinals on Sunday in what will be the first matchup between the two teams since:
Since that game, however, the two teams have gone in different directions. The Steelers went back to the Super Bowl two years later and, despite some early season scuffles, are 4-2 and poised to make a run at the...
On this game rides the Pittsburgh Steelers' hopes of first place in the AFC North, the entire season for the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West, and possibly the job of one head coach.
Kent Somers breaks down Sunday's Week 7 matchup between the Cardinals and Steelers at University of Phoenix Stadium.
After losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII, the Arizona Cardinals were viewed as a team on the rise. A team in distress may now be a more accurate description.