Cardinals Bulk Up Roster, Release Brown

The Arizona Cardinals have signed free-agent OL Jeremy Bridges to a one-year contract, the team announced. To make room for him on their 53-man roster, the team released OL Elton Brown.
September 9, 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

Training Camp: Lance Long Feeling the Love

The Arizona Cardinals training camp on Tuesday was in full force, with full contact plays and full support of fans watching their gridiron heroes. Some players improved on many levels and others faltered. WR Lance Long, among others, found themselves on the upside. Long put on a show last year at camp as well, which landed him a spot on the practice squad. What will happen this year?
August 4, 2009

2003 Football: A New Beginning for the Ducks.

In 2001, Oregon football was on top of the world as far as Duck fans were concerned. Oregon finished their best season ever with a win over Colorado in the Fiesta Bowl and a No. 2 national ranking. Everywhere one looked there was talk that the Ducks had finally reached the status of a football power. Heading into last season, hopes soared as the Ducks were on the receiving end of national respect. At one point in September, Oregon found itself ranked No. 9 nationally. Then the bottom fell out.
August 26, 2003

Summary of Bellotti's phone conference

Oregon Head Football Coach Mike Bellotti held a telephone conference on Tuesday and indicated that the Ducks look forward to starting the season against Mississippi State in Starkville, Mississippi on Saturday. While there are obvious disadvantages to playing on the road, Bellotti thought there are fewer distractions for his team and points out the Ducks have been a good road team. <br><br> "We treat it (away games) as a business trip," said Bellotti.
August 26, 2003

Pac-10 Preview and Predictions

With preseason training camps in full gear up and down the Left Coast, we're starting to get a good feel for who has what in the Pac-10. But if your head is spinning from our daily practice reports, with all the depth charts and freshmen to track, then you have no time to give ample attention to the rest of the conference. Never fear, Captain Clardy is here to run down all you need to know for the Pac-10 2003 season, from #10 up to #1.
August 19, 2003

2003 Pac-10 Preview, I

IT WENT like this: The Senior Editor asked if I wanted to pen the annual Pac-10 preview. I leapt at the chance… pretty sure I heard him laughing. After realizing what this assignment entails, I understood why. But I also had a plan.
August 19, 2003