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When he was a tenacious defensive back at LSU Tyrann Mathieu was blessed with the nickname ‘Honey Badger’ after the little known member of the weasel family with the nasty attitude. This was all well and good when Mathieu was in college, helping cement his reputation as one of the better football players in the nation, but then the Tigers cornerback got into some trouble with multiple failed drug tests, which ultimately led to head coach Les Miles dismissing him from the team. To his credit Mathieu cleaned himself up, leaving his “Honey Badger” moniker behind, and entered the 2013 NFL Draft where he was picked in the 3rd round by the Arizona Cardinals. Now that he’s on the right path Mathieu was asked at the NFL’s Rookie Symposium whether or not he would consider resurrecting his popular nickname. Via the Akron Beacon Journal… “I don’t know if he’s going to come back this fall,” Mathieu said when asked if he would revive the “Honey Badger.” “I really don’t know. But right now, I
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A good nickname can go a long way. If it is catchy and speaks to people it will add to the legend surrounding a person–like it did for the “Honey Badger.” Except Arizona Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu doesn’t want to go by that name anymore–or does he? The rookie from LSU has
Marcel Shipp, a running back for seven seasons with the Cardinals, has joined former two-time Super Bowl champion David Diaz-Infante and Alvin McKinley, who played defensive tackle nine years in the league, as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship.
Players will report to the Arizona Cardinals training camp in Glendale on July 25 with the first practice scheduled the following day.
The team announced the camp dates on Monday. The camp will be conducted at University of Phoenix Stadium, the Cardinals' regular-season home, after being held in Flagstaff all but one season since the franchise moved to Arizona.
The team says...
After a video of Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill running 25 MPH on a treadmill from a standing start went viral last week, Chad Ochocinco Johnson decided he’d do one better. That is why we now have this video of the 35-year old Johnson running 24 mph on a treadmill from a standing start at a 2.5% incline.
But, in the end, Robert Gill currently has a job in the NFL and Chad...
This is pretty late in the game to comment on singer R. Kelly’s past legal woes, but we suppose Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett was either listening to some of the crooner’s smooth ballads or watching some Chappelle Show reruns…
R.kelly is the ****, I don't care how many kids he done pee pee on!
— DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) July 1, 2013
Chad Johnson, fresh out of jail after smacking his attorney in the rear when facing a judge during a probation hearing, really wants back into the NFL. Dude has bills, and needs that check. Since he cannot get a workout with an NFL team, the attention-starved wideout turned to YouTube after seeing what Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill did on a treadmill. Last week, Gill, from...
Last week we showed you Robert Gil, the 29-year-old Arizona Cardinals rookie, who ran on a treadmill at 25 MPH. In an attempt to one-up the rookie, Chad Johnson posted this video on Twitter of him running on a treadmill at a 2.5% incline at 24 MPH. Seems the 35-year-old NFL free-agent still has the athleticism.
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett doesn’t care what R. Kelly has done in his past because he tweeted last night that he’s still a fan of him. This is a pretty ignorant tweet by Dockett, but given his history on Twitter, I’m not sure he’s going to care. Some things though are better off kept to your self.
Darnell Dockett of the Arizona Cardinals really enjoyed R. Kelly’s performance at the BET Awards, apparently.
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