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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Cardinals care only about stacking up wins as they push for a playoff berth in the rugged NFC. Needing a few extra minutes is no problem at all.
''Me and (Karlos) Dansby and (Darnell) Dockett and Carson (Palmer), we've been in the league 10-plus years. There's no 'that was a good season.'''
Carson Palmer didn't throw a pass in practice all last week, then completed practically every one he tried Sunday.
It’s a place where cultures clash but also where sports and comic memorabilia collectors can converge.
PASADENA, Calif. —
This is very unique. It’s pretty awkward. It’s a little embarrassing, to be honest.
It wasn’t just another nationally televised disappointment for the Arizona Cardinals. It was, for all intents and purposes, another season ending before Halloween.
When the Diamondbacks fired pitching coach Charles Nagy this week, there were a lot of nodding heads that met the move. If you’ve watched Arizona pitchers for the last two years it was pretty hard to argue.
If there is any question as to which city has a stronghold on football in Arizona, there shouldn’t be.
Bradenton, Fla. - The Arizona Cardinals have lost starting outside linebackers Sam Acho and Lorenzo Alexander for the season, and safety Rashad Johnson has lost the tip of a finger for good.
New Orleans defeated Arizona, 31-7, in Week 3 of the 2013 season in New Orleans on Sept. 22, 2013.
With one last chance to get Arizona back in the game, Carson Palmer spotted open tight end Rob Housler near the New Orleans 10-yard line. He threw over Housler's head — right into the hands of rookie safety Kenny Vaccaro.
The minute the words left general manager Kevin Towers lips — the Arizona Diamondbacks need to add a power-hitting outfielder next year — the second-guessers of the Justin Upton deal shifted into high gear.
Carson Palmer knew Detroit's reputation for penalties, so when he let go of his pass with the game on the line, a pass interference call was a definite possibility.
It was a new season with the same old problem for the Arizona Cardinals: a quarterback under siege.
Every fan and media member and most NFL players loathe the fourth and final preseason game. Most of the players you care about either play a series or sit out completely. Anyone with a nagging injury? Take seat. Nothing beats spending four hours pondering “Why hasn’t the season started already?”
Arizona Cardinals running back Stepfan Taylor (30) scores a touchdown against Denver Broncos' Ross Rasner (41) during the fourth quarter of a pre-season NFL football game on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, in Denver. Arizona beat Denver 32-24. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Arizona Cardinals running back Stepfan Taylor (30) scores a touchdown against Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster (36) and Ross Rasner (41) during the fourth quarter of a pre-season NFL football game on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, in Denver. Arizona beat Denver 32-24. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Dobson athletic director Dr. Ray Perkins has been sweating most of this week (literally in the case of Thursday afternoon), and he’s fine with it.
It's a problem of epidemic proportions. Kids suffering hundreds and thousands of concussions every year.
Outlook: Few teams anywhere - especially Division I - have undergone as much change as Brophy, and arguably nobody plays a more difficult schedule (on paper) in the state.
The Arizona Cardinals returned to the field Friday and Saturday as the National Football League franchise's training camp got underway. While the Cardinals' headquarters is in Tempe, the team moved its preseason camp from Flagstaff to its gameday home in Glendale. The Cardinals preseason schedule kicks off Aug. 9 at Green Bay, with the first home preseason game Aug. 17 at 1:30 p.m. against the Dallas Cowboys at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals open their regular season Sept. 8 at St. Louis, before their home opener a week later on Sept. 15 against the Detroit Lions a 1:05 p.m.
It’s a little simplistic at this point to call sports — the landscape filled with men playing or covering children’s games valued at millions upon millions of dollars, often at the exclusion of women — a boys club, but history has proven that label apt. Go back 46 years to the 1967 Boston Marathon, when Katharine Switzer’s race was nearly interrupted when race official Jock Semple tried to pull her off the course (her boyfriend literally body checked him out of the way).