Bears sign tight end Leonard Pope

The Chicago Bears have signed tight end Leonard Pope and waived tight end Brody Eldridge.
August 3, 2013

Steelers signTE Leonard Pope to one-year deal

Pope visited the Steelers today. A former Arizona Cardinals third-round draft pick from the University of Georgia, Pope played for the Kansas City Chiefs for the past three season. The 6-foot-8, 264-pounder started 10 games last season and set career-highs with 24 receptions for 247 yards.
April 10, 2012

Final Cuts Offer Surprises in Arizona

The Cardinals' 53-man roster is finalized for the time being, with a few surprises along the way. A handful of contributors during last year's Super Bowl run are no longer with the team and are now looking for a new employer. A select number of underdogs defied the odds and made the team, supplanting more experienced players. Brad Wilbricht analyzes the final cuts and Arizona's current roster.
September 8, 2009

Ax Falls on 21 Arizona Cardinals Players

The Arizona Cardinals is now armed with their 53-man roster. The team has released 21 players in order to reach the roster limit that was due by Saturday at 3 p.m.
September 4, 2009

Notebook: Cardinals Look to Stuff Packers

The Arizona Cardinals host the Green Bay Packers on Friday, in their final home game of the preseason. The Cardinals hope to nab their first preseason win, while Aaron Rodgers' Packers look to go 3-0. But the Cardinals losses weren't without a few bright spots, which the Cardinals plan on working with.
August 28, 2009

Notebook: Chargers Disrupt Cardinals' Nest

The San Diego Chargers defense kept the reigning NFC champions, the Arizona Cardinals, to a pair of field goals, while San Diego's quarterbacks led the Chargers to 17 straight points on Saturday at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals failed to "protect the nest," falling 17-6, but both teams kept the game's storylines alive.
August 23, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs.Cardinals, II

The Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers both look to redeem themselves after a loss a piece in the preseason opener. Both teams want a win at University of Phoenix Stadium on Saturday, but Ken Whisenhunt and Norv Turner bring more than one agenda to the field.'s Michael Lombardo continues to set the scene, as he pitches five questions to's Amberly Dressler.
August 22, 2009