Found May 18, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Cardinals aren't handing anything to quarterback Kevin Kolb entering training camp. Coach Ken Whisenhunt plans to determine Arizona's starting quarterback this summer in a competition between Kolb and John Skelton that could stretch into preseason games. "That's the question that's going to be answered through the workouts this spring and in training camp this summer," Whisenhunt told Jim Rome on Thursday. "It's been good to get out on the field and actually work on techniques and fundamentals with these guys. At times last year they both showed they can do good things. But consistency at that position is something we've got to improve on. So hopefully the competition between both of them will sharpen up one of them enough that he'll be a good starter for us." Kolb entered the 2011 season as the undisputed starter but the 27-year-old missed seven games due to concussion-like symptoms. He had just over five weeks to pick up t...

Larry Fitzgerald: NFL's most stylish player?

Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals is among the best wide receivers in the NFL. Since entering the league in 2004 he has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times, being named the game’s MVP in 2009. In 2005 he shared the league lead in receptions at 103 with Steve Smith of the Carolina [...]

John Skelton and Kevin Kolb to compete for Cardinals quarterback job

When the Cardinals kept Kevin Kolb on the roster, paying him a 7 million dollar bonus to do so, many believed that it was a sign that Kolb would be the starter until further notice. However, that doesn’t appear to be the case. Today Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt said there would be an even competition between Kevin Kolb and John Skelton. Kolb was the organization’s big money investment...

Cardinals’ Beanie Wells “doesn’t know” when he’ll be healthy

Former first round pick Beanie Wells has had an injury prone career, but finally got it all together last year to lead the team with 1047 yards and 10 touchdowns on 245 carries. However, after the season, he had yet another knee surgery, a minor one, but Wells is still not practicing and says he “doesn’t know” when he’ll be ready to practice. Wells was already facing a decrease...

Campbell deal aids Cardinals D, big picture

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Cardinals accomplished a major offseason goal by signing defensive end Calais Campbell to a five-year, $55 million contract that includes $31 million in guarantees. It's a deal that helps the team on a couple fronts. First, Campbell is their best defensive lineman, although Darnell Dockett is a close second. Campbell is just 25 and had eight sacks last...

Beanie Wells doesn’t know when he’ll be healthy

Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells is still rehabbing after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery back in January. “I’m rehabbing, just trying to get back,” Wells said. Wells also said that he doesn’t have a timetable at this point as to when he might be back on the field.  Even though he can’t participate in OTA’s, he’s been on the field supporting his teammates...

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald gives you the anatomy of a custom suit

Cardinals Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald frequents best dressed jock lists. He recently shot a video for The NOC detailing how he and his stylist, Arturo, put together a custom look for a fundraiser and award show, The Sports Spectacular.   How did you feel about Larry’s final ensemble. Check out some of his other looks. [...]


When blazing the fashion trail, Larry Fitzgerald consults his “shooting coach” Auturo. It appears to be working. Keeping with the fashion motif, Arizona Cardinals wideout LARRY FITZGERALD reveals his game plan of what help makes him the NFL’s best dressed man. Larry Fitz recently called upon his fashion coach Arturo to help him pick out a custom suit and accessories for the...

Unquiet on the Western Front: USC recruiting, Arizona St., UCLA, and more.

(Unquiet on the Western Front is SWRT's look at the Pac-12, WAC, Mountain West, and other West Coast/Rocky Mountain schools extravaganza.) It's a Ty. USC gets the 2013 commitment of Illinois high school junior running back Ty Issac. (SB*Nation) Next Position, Please.  Brad Denny looks at Arizona State's tight end and...

Veterans expected to re-sign with Arizona

Arizona is likely to re-sign outside linebacker Clark Haggans and defensive end Vonnie Holliday in the coming days.

Cards get long-term deal done for Campbell

The Cardinals accomplished a major offseason goal by signing defensive end Calais Campbell to a five-year deal that includes $31 million in guarantees.

Not Built To Last

  Hello Cougar Nation!  A tremendous Thursday to you all. Today, we continue the saga which has become America’s 28th favorite dramady, a feature that we call “Khan-tucky Fried Thursday.” Yesterday, Huddy started the midweek off with a bang, offering a post that was historic for us with respect to page views.  Then later in the day, it was announced that our Cougies...

Somebody Doesn’t Belong On This List…

Forbes released a list of the highest paid coaches in professional sports on Tuesday, and it should come as no surprise that Bill Belichick sits alone at No. 1 making close to $7.5 million per year. The next nine shouldn’t as any surprise either: Mike Shanahan, Doc Rivers, Jeff Fisher, Pete Carroll, Greg Popovich, Lovie Smith, Ken Whisenhunt, Mike Tomlin and Andy Reid. Wait a...
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