Weekly Rewind: Ellington’s Foot Hurts, Cooper Deals With Pain, Hall Arrested and more

We are less than 60 hours from the kickoff of the Arizona Cardinals season. It’s been eight months since we’ve seen the team on the field and we’re thankful it’s football season again. That said, let’s take a look back at the week that was. How is Andre Ellington’s foot? (READ) Update: Some reports are suggesting Ellington might miss 4-6 weeks. We’ll have the official...
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September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Which NFL Team Leads the League in Arrests Since 2012?

First downs and penalty flags are a part of football. Apparently, so is getting arrested. According to a database housed at the San Diego Union-Tribune, there is one team with double-digit arrests in the last three seasons and that leads the league. It’s not the Cardinals who only have four arrests in the last three years but that figure might go up with former quarterback Max...
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Arizona Cardinal Max Hall Is In Hot Water

Max Hall had a short stint in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals and saw his playing days ended with a big hit that left him concussed. He took this huge hit against the New Orleans Saints and never played again. Hall is now known for being the former Arizona quarterback who woke up this morning in jail on charges of shoplifting and cocaine possession according to Jim Walsh of the...
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Cardinals QB Hall arrested on theft, drug charge

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Max Hall was arrested Friday on possession of cocaine and stolen goods, the Arizona Republic reported.  Gilbert police were called to the Best Buy near Loop 202 and Williams Field Road, where they found Hall in possession of stolen items from Best Buy and Walmart, a police spokesman told the Republic. He also had a "personal use quantity of cocaine...
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Former NFL Quarterback Charged With Shoplifting

Former NFL quarterback, Max Hall, was charged with shop lifting and possession of cocaine on Friday. Authorities were called to a Best Buy where they found several items from the Best Buy store and a Walmart located near by. Hall saw action with the Arizona Cardinals when he started three games with the Cardinals in 2010 then saw action in six games in 2011. He was then released...
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-NFL QB Max Hall arrested near Arizona hometown

GILBERT, Ariz. (AP) Authorities say former NFL quarterback Max Hall has been accused of shoplifting and narcotics possession near his Arizona hometown. Gilbert police say the 28-year-old Hall was arrested Friday for allegedly shoplifting from a Best Buy store in Gilbert. Officers say they searched Hall's backpack and found several stolen items from Best Buy and a nearby Walmart...
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September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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