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Three-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is one of the more entertaining athletes you’ll come across. He’s also a lover of exotic animals. Last summer Dockett tweeted the above picture of his latest purchase, NINO. The folks at NOC have been profiling athletes lately as part of their Let’s Buy Sh t [...]
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You can never know what to expect with NFL free agency. On Thursday night, we saw why.
As you probably just read in the headline, the Arizona Cardinals have signed left tackle Levi Brown to a five-year deal only three days after cutting him. (Per Adam Schefter)
While exact terms of the deal have not been released yet, the new deal will undoubtedly be at a much lower salary than...
When most of us go shopping for a pet, we usually go to a pet store for a dog or a cat but Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett goes to Gatorland to buy himself an alligator.
As part of NOC's "Let's Buy Sh*T", Dockett takes a look at some new potential pets:
As expected, offensive tackle Levi Brown was released Tuesday by the Arizona Cardinals.
Brown, the fifth selection in the 2007 NFL Draft, was scheduled to make 17 million in 2012 if he remained on the roster under his current contract. He becomes an unrestricted free agent but could return to the Cardinals at a lower figure. Brown has started 75 games for the Cardinals over the...
The clock is ticking for the Arizona Cardinals and the future of quarterback Kevin Kolb. The Arizona Cardinals have until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday to exercise a roster bonus of $7 million dollars. Kolb was acquired via a trade with the Philalphia Eagles at the start of last season but failed to live up to expectations struggling through a rash of injuries and playing poorly...
The Arizona Cardinals have released starting left tackle Levi Brown in a salary cap move.
Brown, who started 75 games in five seasons with Arizona, has a contract that would have counted nearly $17 million against the team's cap for the coming season. The move was expected regardless of whether the Cardinals are able to lure quarterback Peyton Manning. However, with Brandon...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, just two days after the Arizona Cardinals released tackle Levi Brown, he’s now signed a new five-year contract.
The 38 year-old Brown has proven to be very durable, since he hasn’t missed a start in four years.
Cardinals Coach Ken Whisenhunt spent the week in Florida, but it had nothing to do with Peyton Manning returning to Miami to contemplate his future. Whisenhunt was in the state for the NFL's competition committee meetings.
Sources inside the NFL offices are reporting to the Associated Press that Peyton Manning has agreed to unspecified contract terms with the Arizona Cardinals putting an end to a wild nationwide tour over the past two weeks since being released by the Colts.
MIKE LEACH'S first spring session as head man of the Cougars gets underway next Thursday, March 22 -- the first of 15 practice sessions. The annual Crimson and Gray Game will be held on April 21 in Spokane. But there will be one more spring practice session in Pullman following that game.
The Arizona Cardinals hope to have boosted their offensive line with the addition of Adam Snyder, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers.
By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
PHOENIX -- Offensive guard Jake Scott has made the Arizona Cardinals the first team to visit as a free agent.
Scott met with Cardinals officials and coaches on Wednesday as the team waits for Peyton Manning to decide his destination.
Scott, if he signed with Arizona, would replace Rex Hadnot at right guard, with Hadnot becoming a backup at several...