Posted March 30, 2012 on
The offensive line has been a source of consternation for the Cardinals for most of Ken Whisenhunt's five seasons in Arizona. Will this season be any different?
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With the 2012 NFL Draft some four weeks away, I want to take the opportunity to look over the standing of the Arizona Cardinals.
As noted in a previous article, the Cardinals intend to make their most impactful moves in the draft this offseason. They haven’t done much in free agency, but they addressed their main weakness and biggest free agent defection, signing RG Adam Snyder...
Cornerback William Gay of course signed with the Arizona Cardinals this past weekend after five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and he joined John Harris on Trib Live Radio to talk about his time in Pittsburgh and the opportunity he now has ahead of him in Arizona.
Late in the interview Harris asked Gay if the money was the real reason he chose to sign with the Cardinals instead...
Oh Mike Leach, how we have missed you and your delightful outlook on life and college football. From your "Fat Little Girlfriends" speech to you unnatural (and possibly unhealthy) obsession with pirates, you give us all such joy in our lives when you go off script. Take for example the latest gem from the Washington State head coach, which comes after some enterprising...
Offensive guard Deuce Lutui's time as a Cardinal appears to be over as he recently met with the 49ers and has other visits set up.
The dust has settled and Peyton Manning is a Denver Bronco. The Cardinals are ready to move forward with Kevin Kolb and John Skelton, but will losing out on Manning haunt Arizona?
As big as the Mike Leach hiring was, It was met with some criticism, with some pessimism thrown in for good nature.
How un-Washington State like is this hire? Talk about bucking the norm.
I recently heard a great interview on Sports Radio KJR with WSU Cougars new head football coach Mike Leach.
Pretty classic Leachism's flying around.
Check them out.
Here's the clip...
The Cardinals found a replacement for CB Richard Marshall, RB Ryan Williams continues to rehab and more inside.
PULLMAN — Day Four of Mike Leach's first spring season at WSU was eventful on and off the field. A few bodies were missing Thursday, including one -- touted Spokane tight end Aaron Dunn -- who won’t return. The defense continued to put smile on defensive coordinator Mike Breske’s face, and d-line coach Joe Salave’a decided to line up with his players and show exactly...