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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.


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.

Former Cardinals quarterback Max Hall named starter for CFL team

There are some people who will just not let their dream of playing professional football die. Max Hall is one of those individuals. Hall was named the starting quarterback of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League on Tuesday morning.

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.

Cards Notes: Tyrann Mathieu to start, Ryan Williams remains out

The Cardinals have returned to the practice field this week to prepare for their preseason home opener on Saturday afternoon from the University of Phoenix Stadium. With the game still a few days away, there have been several nuggets that have come out of Cards Camp over the past couple of days.

Ryan Williams hopes to get relief from PRP injection

Cardinals running back Ryan Williams underwent a platelet-rich plasma injection in his ailing right knee about 10 days ago. Williams is just one of many athletes to receive such injections which are designed to send highly-concentrated platelets the part of blood that helps us heal to the injured area. It works like this: The patient’s blood is drawn and then put through a centrifuge...

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...

Bruce Arians not sure when Ryan Williams will return

When Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians was asked when running back Ryan Williams would return to training camp after missing most of it with a knee injury, Arians said he has “absolutely no idea”. Bruce Arians asked today when RB Ryan Williams might return: "I have absolutely no idea." #azcardinals — Kent Somers (@kentsomers) August 13, 2013 Williams,...

Floyd's improvement would have domino effect

GLENDALE, Ariz. Michael Floyds training camp storyline is static. Thats beginning to annoy him. Its in one ear and out the other, he said with a faint smile. Dont get him wrong. Floyd likes the idea of relieving pressure from Larry Fitzgerald, but when he projects his 2013 accomplishments, he has a few more goals in mind. Im ready to do a lot of great things, he said. Its about...

LB/DE John Abraham says he’s got a little left in the tank: ‘If I didn’t feel like I could still play, I’d have called it quits’

Arizona Cardinals LB/DE John Abraham actually retired because he was ‘so pissed off’ with being released by the Atlanta Falcons. After trying out for several teams, general manager Steve Keim figured it was the right time to bring Abraham aboard.

'Honey Badger' to get 1st NFL start

The ''Honey Badger'' is about to get his first NFL start. Arizona coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday that rookie Tyrann Mathieu will start at free safety in place of injured Rashad Johnson when the Cardinals play the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday. Mathieu has been a sensation in training camp as he looks to make a comeback after being booted from the LSU team for marijuana...

South Carolina’s 5 Most Famous Current Pro Athletes

The University of South Carolina Gamecocks have won eight national team championships and produced a variety of current and former pro athletes in just about every major sport there is. Here are five of the most famed and accomplished among those special talents still active in their sports.      1. John Abraham Abraham, who was born and raised in South Carolina...
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