Kurt Warner earns Hall of Fame selectionWarner has been selected as a member of this year's Hall of Fame class.
LA Rams Report02/04/2017
7 elected to Pro Football Hall of FameThe NFL announced a seven-member class will be going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Scout NFL Network02/04/2017
Warner chooses Nebraska over ASUNebraska has landed preferred walk-on Kade Warner.
Big Red Report02/16/2017
2016 in review: Pierre, Stinson, WilliamsThe Arizona Cardinals kept nine defensive linemen on their roster in 2017, but the team rarely used its third-team options.
Warner's decision coming soonArizona prep wide receiver Kade Warner is down to two schools.
Big Red Report02/13/2017
2017 DE Boles Explains Cardinal Commitment“It has a world-class academics but you also have a nationally competitive athletics. It's a beautiful marriage between both. I guess we’re a lot of these guys in the class, and…
2016 in review: Humphries, JohnSecond-year Arizona Cardinals' right tackle D.J. Humphries enjoyed a breakout season after failing to earn a single rep during his rookie campaign.
2018s to Watch: Offensive Skill ProspectsWith the 2017 Illini football recruiting class more or less a wrap, we now take a look ahead at some early prospects to watch at each position in the 2018 class, starting with…
What Fitzgerald's return means for ArizonaLarry Fitzgerald's return to Arizona in 2017 allows the Cardinals more offseason flexibility entering a pivotal year.
Cardinals name Leftwich quarterbacks coachThe Arizona Cardinals announced the hiring of former NFL quarterback Byron Leftwich as the team's new quarterbacks coach on Friday.
2016 in review: Mike Iupati, Earl WatfordArizona Cardinals' offensive linemen Mike Iupati and Earl Watford struggled at various points in 2016, as neither played was able to live up to preseason expectations.
Position capsule: Defensive lineThe Arizona Cardinals may be without nine-year veteran Calais Campbell for the first time in a decade as the team weighs the pros and cons of bringing back the potentially high…
2016 in review: Jared Veldheer, John WetzelThe Arizona Cardinals started three different players at left tackle in 2016 as Jared Veldheer, John Wetzel and D.J. Humphries all took turns manning Carson Palmer's blind side.
Midwest: 2017 State by State RankingsScout's Midwest state by state rankings for the 2017 with Signing Day just a week away.
2016 in review: Jermaine GreshamArizona Cardinals' tight end Jermaine Gresham doubled his statistical production during his second season with the Arizona Cardinals, improving his presence in the team's passing…
Fitzgerald to miss Pro BowlArizona Cardinals' wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will miss the Pro Bowl with an undisclosed injury, according to a report.
Gopher Game Blog: Wisconsin 78 MN 76Wisconsin beat Minnesota 78-76 in overtime in an excellent game. Minnesota was dominated in the middle once again as Badger big Ethan Happ had 28 points and 12 rebounds while…
Play anatomy: The Wildcat formationIn this installment of our "Play Anatomy" series, we're taking a look at the Cardinals' success using the Wildcat formation against the New Orleans Saints in week 14.
Bears Rookie Review: CB Deiondre' HallBreaking down the rookie season of Chicago Bears fourth-round CB Deiondre Hall, who showed high-level play-making ability during an injury shortened first season.
Position capsule: Offensive lineThe Arizona Cardinals started eight different combinations along the offensive line in 16 games this season.
2016 in review: J.J. NelsonSecond-year receiver J.J. Nelson enjoyed a breakout campaign for the Cardinals, as he finished the year with 34 receptions and 568 yards.
Play anatomy: David Johnson vs. SeattleIn this installment of our "Play Anatomy" series, CardinalsSource looks at David Johnson's 29-yard reception in week 16 against Seattle that help set up the Cardinals' game-winning…
Pace prepared to fix secondary in third yearGeneral Manager Ryan Pace has built the Bears through the interior during his first two seasons at the helm but in Year 3, he must address big needs in Chicago's secondary.