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Now that the Cardinals have done the right thing when it comes to their coaching situation, will they do the right thing when it comes to their coaching situation?
Former football player Michael Strahan, right, greets Kelly Ripa on the set of the newly named "Live! with Kelly and Michael" on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012 in New York. Strahan joined the popular morning show as a permanent co-host on Tuesday, fulfilling a joking prophecy he made to Regis Philbin more than four years ago. The gap-toothed former New York Giant jogged onto the morning show set and picked up co-host Kelly Ripa in a bear hug, lifting her off her feet. He replaces Philbin, who left last November. Strahan was the survivor in a series of on-air tryouts of potential co-hosts since Philbin left, and his hiring has been an open secret for the past two weeks. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP Images)
NEW YORK — The only worry on Michael Strahan's mind when he made his entrance Tuesday as the new co-host of "Live!": "Don't trip," he summed up after the show.
The biggest question mark on the Arizona defense entering the season was how new starting defensive end Calais Campbell would do. So far the answer would be just fine.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning (18) points out the defense before taking the snap from center Jake Scott as New York Giants defensive tackle Michael Strahan (92) looks on during the first quarter of a 2006 game in East Rutherford, N.J.
What can you say about a fall TV season most distinguished by the leap to prime-time by Jay Leno?
The early and late portions of the race were awful for Dale Earnhardt Jr. on Saturday night in the Subway Fresh Fit 500. In between, he led for 63 laps.
The Cardinals have lost four of their last five games, allowing 37, 48, 35 and 47 points. Their only win during that period was over St. Louis, a 2-13 team. And if they don’t beat 4-11 Seattle at home on Sunday, they will finish 8-8.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The New York Giants won the Super Bowl with defense and they kicked off defense of that title with more of the same.
The question was enough to cause the normally self-assured coach Ken Whisenhunt to pause for just a moment: What are the Cardinals' goals for this season?
The Cardinals have come to terms with Kenny Iwebema, their fourth-round draft pick from Iowa.
Super Bowl XLII, in five hours of snapshots:
This is one tape the New England Patriots will be happy to destroy.
During the pre-Super Bowl media swirl, Michael Strahan admitted to a wish – to get close enough to Tom Brady that the only thing that separated them “was a facemask.”
Like David in scripture, Rocky Balboa on screen and a bunch of American kids on ice at Lake Placid, sometimes the unlikeliest of heroes manage to take down the biggest and most imposing of foes.
The New York Giants' Michael Strahan brings down the Patriots Tom Brady during Super Bowl XLII in Glendale.
The New York Giants' Michael Strahan tries to pump up the crowd during Super Bowl XLII in Glendale.
The New York Giants understand what they are up against today - the "juggernaut of the NFL," as Justin Tuck called New England. They just do not care.
Back then, before the sacks record and the Super Bowls and the fame, he wasn't Michael Strahan. He was "Bob."
A WHOLE NEW MAN: Michael Strahan is a far cry from the chubby kid his brothers used to call “Bob” for his larger-than-life backside. Now he’s planting opposing quarterbacks on theirs.
Rookie safety Michael Johnson has found his niche in the Giants' nickel and dime packages, and his alert tackle created a fumble in the NFC title game victory over Green Bay.
Tough-love Tom has not disappeared. Whenever there is a kicker in need of a "come on, come on," he'll be there. When an official needs additional instruction, he'll be there.
There is jealousy, and then there is hatred. There comes a time when every sports dynasty crosses the line from one to the other. Everyone loves a winner - until they just won't lose.
Steve Glass can’t count all the offers he’s received from friends and family to hold his clipboard on Sunday. Then again, when people find out you will be on the sidelines for Super Bowl XLII, you become a popular guy quickly.
If the Giants seem to have extra rations of courage and resolve this season, it may stem from their relationship with Lt. Col. Greg Gadson, a friend and former teammate of Giants wide receivers coach Mike Sullivan at the U.S. Military Academy.